Notre Dame Hockey: Progress Updates on the Compton Family Center, the New Rink

BrianCorrespondent IJanuary 29, 2011

DENVER - APRIL 10:  The Notre Dame Fighting Irish celebrate after Calle Ridderwall #22 of the Fighting Irish scored the game-winning goal against the Michigan Wolverines in overtime of their semifinal game at the 2008 NCAA Frozen Four Men's Ice Hockey National Championship at the Pepsi Center April 10, 2008 in Denver, Colorado. The Irish defeated the Wolverines 5-4 in overtime.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Over the course of the past year, we have followed the development of the new home to the Fighting Irish hockey program, the Compton Family Center.

Progress has certainly been made from the groundbreaking ceremony on September 11, 2010.

There is a live webcam available for those of you with nothing better to do. Below you will find a recent still image of the state of the construction from the outside as well as a couple inside pictures.  We eagerly anticipate the completion of the project, which is expected for December 2011.

Notre Dame hockey has long since deserved a new place to call home.  Next season that dream will finally become reality.

 

Projected Final View of the Compton Family Center

Current Outside View

Inside the Main Rink, Charles W. Left Smithy Jr. Arena
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