Clare Drake Arena
|Former names||Varsity Arena|
|Owner||University of Alberta|
|Alberta Golden Bears/Alberta Pandas (U Sports)|
Clare Drake Arena is a 3,009-seat multi-purpose arena in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is home to the University of Alberta Golden Bears ice hockey team and was named after former University of Alberta Golden Bears hockey coach, Clare Drake, who led the Golden Bears to 697 career wins.
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