The NHL has announced that it will expand its NHL® arena in B.c. with the construction of an ice hockey rink.
The rink is expected to open in 2019.
“We have been looking at building a new arena in British Columbia,” NHL vice president of corporate communications Jim Gagliano said in a release.
“We are pleased to announce that we will be constructing an ice rink in British Colombia at the site of the former B.
B.C. Ice Arena and have made a commitment to build an ice facility in British Columbia.
This is an excellent start to the next chapter of our partnership with the City of Vancouver.”
This project is a partnership between B.D. Howe Sports and the B.B.-Green Building Society.
It is a significant milestone for B.
Cal., and we are looking forward to a long partnership and a successful hockey community.
“Construction of the new arena will begin in 2019 and the first game will be played in 2024.
The B.R.G.S. is Canada’s largest building society, with more than 7,000 members and a network of more than 3,000 community centres across the country.
It has also helped create a number of successful civic projects.
The building of the rink will take place at the former site of B.F.G.’s Ice Arena, which closed in 2021, and the site is about one-third the size of the current arena.
The site will include the BB-Green Building Centre and the former Vancouver Canucks hockey arena.