238-262 St. Botolph Street, Boston, Massachusetts, Boston
Formerly known as the Boston Arena, this icehouse gave birth to the Boston Bruins, the New England Whalers and introduced the Boston Celtics. In keeping with Northeastern University's desire to improve the versatility of the facility, a new 90' x 200' ice surface was installed, providing the varsity men's and women's ice hockey teams the largest playing surface in Boston.
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Men's ice hockey vs. Connecticut 2/18/2017
Men's ice hockey vs. Massachusetts 2/10/2017
Women's hockey Beanpot 2/7/2017
Women's hockey vs. Providence 2/4/2017
Men's ice hockey vs. UMass Lowell 2/3/2017
Yu-Chen Wu left a positive review 1/23/2015
Jeffrey McAndrew left a positive review 1/2/2015
NEU came back from 3-0 in the third period and tied. Game was a blast, I recommend!
Christine Hathaway left a positive review 5/1/2014
the event last night, Thursday, May 1, was well organized, the set up of the room was nice, the sound was okay....acoustics in the arena need to be "improved" if concerts are going to be hosted there. It seems as if Train was fading in and out at times, but overall it was fine. My friend and colleague who really likes Train, thought it was great.
Scott Pitas left a positive review 1/25/2014
Great to see a strong 8-2 game following the close game from the night before. Great new talent on the team this season. Can't wait for the Women's Beanpot.
Michelle Christ left a positive review 10/13/2012
it was great!
Joseph Wilhelm left a positive review 1/16/2013
Great game. The team is really entertaining to watch. The atmosphere is also great. They have done such a great job with event management. The crowd was good for a Wednesday night, but a packed house would have been better! Lets get out and support our student athletes.
Timarra Meristil left a positive review 11/9/2012
The game was awesome. We won by 1. The game was intense. The guys worked hard. Go huskies.
Lebo Zhang left a positive review 9/4/2012
Awesome speech and songs!
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