Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex

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Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex
Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex logo 2013.jpg
Former names ESL Sports Centre (1998–2009)
Sports Centre at MCC (2009–2013)
Location Brighton, New York
Coordinates 43°05′53″N 77°36′10″W / 43.0980°N 77.6028°W / 43.0980; -77.6028Coordinates: 43°05′53″N 77°36′10″W / 43.0980°N 77.6028°W / 43.0980; -77.6028
Owner End2End Sports
Capacity 3,000
Acreage 170,000-square-foot (16,000 m2)
Surface Ice
Built 1998
Construction cost US$13 million
General contractor Christa Development Corporation
Nazareth Golden Flyers men's ice hockey
Rochester Raiders (GLIFL/AIF) (2006, 2014)
Roc City Roller Derby (WFTDA) (2009–present)
Rochester Jr. Americans (USPHL) (2010–2016)
Rochester Americans (practice facility)
Rochester Kings (CAN-AMIFL arena football) (2017-present)

Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex is a 2,500-seat, 170,000-square-foot (16,000 m2) non-profit indoor athletics facility in the Rochester, New York suburb of Brighton. Located on the campus of Monroe Community College, the arena was built in 1998. It is home to four regulation-size ice rinks for semi-professional, high school, and youth hockey teams' use. The iceplex houses youth hockey leagues from Rochester Youth Hockey, Rochester Edge, Rochester Alliance, Perinton Youth Hockey, Brighton Varsity hockey, Monroe Community College, Rochester Jr. Americans, Roc City Roller Derby,[1] Rochester Raiders and other local teams. The arena also serves as the Rochester Americans official practice facility, and the USA Paralympic Sled Hockey Team chose it as their official training site.

In 2008, 87 events were held at the facility, drawing nearly 33,000 players and spectators.[2]

The facility was known as the ESL Sports Centre through 2009, when ESL Federal Credit Union dropped its sponsorship.[3] From that point until April 2013, when Bill Gray's picked up sponsorship (with a 30-year agreement), the facility was known as the Sports Centre at MCC.


  1. ^ "ROC City Roller Derby Moves Home to the Sports Centre at Monroe Community College" (Press release). The Sports Centre at MCC. 2013-01-15. Retrieved 2013-02-13. 
  2. ^ Andreatta, David (2009-11-29). "ESL Centre is on thin ice". Democrat and Chronicle. Rochester, New York: Gannett Company. Archived from the original on 2009-12-04. Retrieved 2009-12-04. 
  3. ^ Andreatta, David (2011-01-07). "MCC files suit to collect back rent from Sports Centre group". Democrat and Chronicle. Rochester, New York: Gannett Company. Retrieved 2011-01-08. 

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