Arena: Ondrej Nepela Arena

Named after famous figure skater, the Ondrej Nepela Arena was completed in 2011. Built on the foundation of a rink from 1940, it holds 10,055 people and is home to KHL club HC Slovan Bratislava.  Advertisements

Arena: Zagreb, Croatia

Built in 1972, Dom Sportova is home to KHL Medveščak Zagreb that competes in the KHL. It has a capacity of 10,000. 

Arena: Skalica, Slovakia

Built in 1969 with a capacity of 4,100. Home to former club HK36 Skalica that went bankrupt last season. Now home to MHKM Skalica. 

The NCAA and European Hockey

Where does the NCAA fit in with European hockey? For the second time in as many years, four NCAA Division 1 teams will arrive in Belfast, Northern Ireland to compete in the Friendship Four tournament this weekend. Just a few days ago, it was revealed that junior players from the Swedish club Frölunda were suspended or removed…