Fraser Hockeyland

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Fraser Hockeyland
Location Fraser, Michigan
Capacity 3,400 (Monster Arena)
Surface Ice
Tenants
Detroit Lightining (CEHL) (2001–2004)
Motor City Mechanics (UHL) (2004–2006)
Detroit Dragons (AAHL) (2008–2009)
Detroit Hitmen (AAHL) (2009)
Metro Jets (NA3HL) (2015–present)

Fraser Hockeyland (formerly Fraser Ice Arena and Great Lakes Sports City) is an ice rink venue in Fraser, Michigan. Its largest ice rink is Monster Arena, with a 3,400-seat capacity. The arena was the home of the Motor City Mechanics of the former United Hockey League. The complex was the host of the 2007 USA Hockey National Championships for the Midget division.

The complex has five arena and when it was known as Great Lakes Sports City, they were all named after one of the Great Lakes. On August 1, 2013, the complex changed its name to Fraser Hockeyland and a partnership with the Coca-Cola Company resulting in the five rinks changing names. Michigan became Coca-Cola Arena, Huron became Dasani Arena, Ontario became Sprite Arena, Erie became Powerade Arena, and Superior became Monster Arena.[1]

GLSC is also home to the Belle Tire boys' and girls' ice hockey teams, the Fraser Figure Skating Club, as well as Michigan Sports Enterprises adult hockey. High School teams Fraser, De La Salle, Chippewa, and Ford High II make GLSC their home rink.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FRASER HOCKEYLAND & COCA-COLA BEGIN NEW PARTNERSHIP". Fraser Hockeyland. August 18, 2013. 

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Coordinates: 42°32′55″N 82°57′23″W / 42.548571°N 82.9563°W / 42.548571; -82.9563