Queen's Park Arena
Queen's Park Arena is a 3,500 seat multi-use arena located in New Westminster, British Columbia. It was built in 1930 and opened on September 19. It once hosted the New Westminster Bruins of the Western Hockey League and New Westminster Royals of the BCJHL. It also has hosted the New Westminster Lacrosse for over 75 years, and has a wooden floor for lacrosse, which is well known by its green colour. Recently, the city has paid to have the score clock, 30 second clock, floor, and goal nets replaced. Currently it is the home to the New Westminster Salmonbellies of the Western Lacrosse Association. The stadium now also is the home of New Westminster minor hockey team.
"Queen's Park Arena" is used in the movie Miracle about the USA's 1980 Olympic ice hockey team as the arena where player try-outs occurred.
- Queen's Park Arena at the City of New Westminster website
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