York City Ice Arena

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York City Ice Arena
Location 941 Vander Avenue
York, Pennsylvania 17403
Owner City of York
Operator York Revolution
Type Twin-sheet arena
Capacity 1,000 (2 x 500)
Surface Ice
Scoreboard Yes
Opened 2001
Renovated September 2004
York Devils (York Ice Hockey Club)
York Capitals (AIF) (2013–2015)

The York City Ice Arena is a 1,000-seat rink in York, Pennsylvania, USA. Renovated in September 2004, it hosts local public skating, ice hockey, and figure skating. It was the home field of the York Capitals in the AIF from 2013 to 2015 before the team moved to Harrisburg as the Central Penn Capitals. College Hockey East held their inaugural season playoffs at York City Ice Arena in February 2014.[1] The arena received brief international media coverage after a player's upset parent broke a panel of safety glass during a hockey game on January 19, 2015.[2][3]


  1. ^ Rossi, Kyle (August 2013). "York City Ice Arena to Host CHE Playoffs". Penn State Women's Ice Hockey. Retrieved October 30, 2015. 
  2. ^ Whitelocks, Sadie (January 23, 2015). "Packing a punch! Furious hockey dad smashes ice rink safety glass with a single blow in front of shocked spectators". Daily Mail. Retrieved October 30, 2015. The unidentified man was caught on camera at the York City Ice Arena in Pennsylvania as he got down from the stalls and hit the glass barrier, causing shards to spray over the ice. 
  3. ^ Gross, Greg (January 22, 2015). "'Crazy hockey dad' breaks glass at York City rink". York Dispatch. Archived from the original on January 24, 2015. Retrieved October 30, 2015. 

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Coordinates: 39°57′15″N 76°42′36″W / 39.9543°N 76.7101°W / 39.9543; -76.7101