TD Bank Sports Center
TD Banknorth Sports Center in February 2007
|Former names||TD Banknorth Sports Center (2007-2009)|
|Location||305 Sherman Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518
3,386 (Ice Hockey)
|Surface||Multi-surface (200 x 85 ft for hockey)|
|Broke ground||October 7, 2004|
|Opened||January 27, 2007|
|Construction cost||$52 million
($59.3 million in 2016 dollars)
|Architect||Centerbrook Architects and Planners|
|Structural engineer||Gilsanz Murray Steficek|
|Services engineer||R.G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP|
|General contractor||Dimeo Construction|
TD Bank Sports Center, known as the TD Banknorth Sports Center from its opening until it reflected a corporate name change in September 2009, is a multi-purpose arena in Hamden, Connecticut. Its design is unusual in that it consists of two separate playing and seating areas, one intended for basketball and one intended for ice hockey, joined together within a common facility. It seats 3,570 for basketball and 3,386 for hockey. Officially, the hockey side is known as the High Point Solutions Arena at the TD Bank Sports Center.
The center opened on January 27, 2007, and is home to the Quinnipiac University men's and women's basketball and men's and women's ice hockey teams. It replaced Burt Kahn Court for the basketball team and the Northford Ice Pavilion for ice hockey. It is located on Quinnipiac's York Hill Campus and is part of a large expansion project for that campus. Shuttle buses transport teams, students, and employees from the main campus to the arena. In 2014, new high-definition scoreboards built by ANC Sports replaced the original boards in both the ice hockey and basketball facilities.
It hosted the 2010 Northeast Conference men's basketball tournament finals and the 2014 women's Frozen Four ice hockey tournament.
- TD Garden (Boston, Massachusetts)
- TD Bank Ballpark (Bridgewater, New Jersey)
- TD Ameritrade Park Omaha (Nebraska)
- TD Arena (Charleston, South Carolina)
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