Although the Yost Ice Arena originally opened in 1923 and was named after legendary Michigan Football coach Fielding Yost, The home of the Wolverines hockey program now shares its named after Red Berenson, the legendary hockey coach who racked up 848 wins from 1984 to 2017.
Brown University struggles to carve out its own identity in hockey-mad Rhode Island. Meehan Auditorium, in use for well over fifty years, gives you exactly what you would expect from an Ivy League hockey rink. It’s uniquely designed, it’s historic and the game day presentation is reserved and almost scholarly in nature. You won’t get modern amenities and a lively game day atmosphere here on Providence’s East Side, but Meehan Auditorium is one of those old barns that make hockey journeys special.
Delaware North, the company that owns and operates the TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, revealed its plans to renovate and expand the facility. These changes, which will take place over the next two years, will cost $100 million and will add 50,000 square feet to the arena.
To wrap up their first season of the Stadium Journey Podcast, the team tackles the concept of Club 123. Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie as they welcome special guest, Andrew Kulyk as he shares his experiences with the Ultimate Sports Road Trip and Club 123.
The Chicago Steel have made the Fox Valley Ice Arena its home in the USHL. The junior hockey club has upgraded the facility and ramped up the promotions to lure fans of Kane County and beyond to games throughout the season.
Boston has no shortage of choices for the college hockey fan, with eleven Division One clubs located within an hour of the city. Even with all these choices, Agganis Arena and Boston University stand head and shoulders above them all. In a city that bleeds Bruins’ black and gold, there is a corner of the city along Commonwealth Avenue that proudly sports red and white.