Milford Ice Pavilion

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Milford Ice Pavilion
The House that Marty Built
Location 291 Bic Dr
Milford, CT 06460
Owner Milford Ice Pavilion
Capacity 1,000 (hockey)
Opened 1975
Sacred Heart Pioneers
(Men's Ice Hockey)
Turtles Hockey
Milford Indians (High School Hockey)

Milford Ice Pavilion is a 1,000-seat skating rink in Milford, Connecticut. It is home to the Milford Indians co-op high school team, Notre Dame High School Lancers, and Sacred Heart University Pioneers men's ice hockey team. The building opened in 1975 and was renovated in 1985. It also serves several local hockey high school and club level teams. It has been the home of the Sacred Heart hockey program since its inception in 1993. For the past ten years the building has come to be known as "The House that Marty Built" after the Connecticut Hockey Coach Mr. Marty Roos.

High school coach Marty Roos has more wins then anyone in Connecticut history. His most recent championship came in 2006 when his Notre Dame Lancers (Fairfield, CT) defeated Hamden at Yale University. The team was led by Captains Ryan Tarby, Jimmy Tierney, and Reade Morman. Greg Ziko and Hubert Morin also played pivotal roles in the championship run.

Its sister facility is the Northford Ice Pavilion in North Branford, Connecticut.

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Coordinates: 41°12′59″N 73°05′29″W / 41.216378°N 73.091424°W / 41.216378; -73.091424