The Broadmoor World Arena (originally known as the Colorado Springs World Arena) in Colorado Springs, Colorado is an 8,000 seat multi-purpose arena and entertainment venue. The arena opened in 1998. In addition to the main arena, the adjacent Ice Hall contains two practice rinks, one NHL-sized and one Olympic-sized. The building serves as a replacement for the former Broadmoor World Arena, the former home of the BSC and CC hockey programs and site of the first ten NCAA hockey championships, which was demolished in 1994.

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  • The Broadmoor World Arena (originally known as the Colorado Springs World Arena) in Colorado Springs, Colorado is an 8,000 seat multi-purpose arena and entertainment venue. The arena opened in 1998. In addition to the main arena, the adjacent Ice Hall contains two practice rinks, one NHL-sized and one Olympic-sized. The facility is home to world-class concerts and events, the Colorado College Tigers men's ice hockey team of the NCHC, the Broadmoor Skating Club, numerous elite figure skaters, and the Colorado Gold Speedskating Club. It was home to the US National Short Track Speedskating Team until the summer of 2007 when the team moved to Utah Olympic Oval. The World Arena also manages the Pikes Peak Center, a performing arts center located in downtown Colorado Springs. The building serves as a replacement for the former Broadmoor World Arena, the former home of the BSC and CC hockey programs and site of the first ten NCAA hockey championships, which was demolished in 1994. (en)
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  • The Broadmoor World Arena (originally known as the Colorado Springs World Arena) in Colorado Springs, Colorado is an 8,000 seat multi-purpose arena and entertainment venue. The arena opened in 1998. In addition to the main arena, the adjacent Ice Hall contains two practice rinks, one NHL-sized and one Olympic-sized. The building serves as a replacement for the former Broadmoor World Arena, the former home of the BSC and CC hockey programs and site of the first ten NCAA hockey championships, which was demolished in 1994. (en)
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