Mediacom Ice Park

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Mediacom Ice Park
Mediacom Communications Corporation logo.png
Former names Jordan Valley Ice Park (2001–2008)
Location Springfield, Missouri
Coordinates 37°12′38″N 93°17′05″W / 37.21069°N 93.28463°W / 37.21069; -93.28463Coordinates: 37°12′38″N 93°17′05″W / 37.21069°N 93.28463°W / 37.21069; -93.28463
Owner Springfield-Greene County Park Board
Capacity 2,000
Surface 2 rinks: 200′ × 85′ (hockey)
Opened 2001
Missouri State Ice Bears
Springfield Spirit (NAHL) (2001-2005)
Springfield Wolfpack (APFL) (2002-2012)
Missouri Voodoo (UIFL) (2014)
Springfield Express (WSHL) (2014-present)

Mediacom Ice Park is a multi-purpose arena located in downtown Springfield, Missouri. The arena is owned and operated by the Springfield-Greene County Park Board[1] and serves as a location for community recreation and the home for the Missouri State Ice Bears ice hockey team,[2] Springfield Express junior hockey team, and various youth sports programs. The arena opened in 2001 and was previously known as the Jordan Valley Ice Park; its current name is due to a $200,000 a year, 10-year naming rights agreement with Mediacom, a cable television and communications provider in the United States.[3]


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