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On Saturday, the Boston Bruins hosted a community open house at their new practice facility, Warrior Ice Arena, in the Allston-Brighton area of Boston. While they had their formal grand opening on Thursday, Saturday’s event was an opportunity for fans in and around Boston to get an opportunity to check out the new arena. Some of the players were on hand for photos and autographs. They also played ping-pong with fans on the Killerspin table that will find it’s final home in the players’ lounge of the new facility.

A lot of fun was had both inside on the ice and out front with games. And some of the NWHL Boston Pride were on hand as well. Though not there, Denna Laing‘s number was represented, and the Pride members were often asked for photos and autographs.

Enjoy the photos. Cllick on any one of them to enlarge and then you can click to move through them.


A family historian by profession, Rhonda R. McClure has loved hockey since she was a child in New Hampshire. Any opportunity to combine her love of writing, hockey and research is something she looks forward to with much enthusiasm. She's been accused of seeking out shinny games when there are no other hockey events taking place. She is a member of the Society for International Hockey Research. Follow her on Twitter at @HockeyMaven1917.


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