|Location||888 Ridge Valley, Irvine, CA 92618|
|Capacity||2,500 (Main Arena)|
|Surface||280,000 sq. ft|
|Construction cost||$110,000,000 USD|
|Anaheim Ducks (2019-Present)|
ADHSHL (Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League (2019-Present)
Great Park Ice & FivePoint Arena is a 2,500 seat (FivePoint Arena) 4 rink (3 NHL and 1 Olympic) ice hockey facility in Irvine, California. It serves as the practice facility of the Anaheim Ducks, after leaving Anaheim Ice. The facility includes a team store, restaurant (Between The Rinks), pro shop, arcade, and other amenities. As one of The Rinks facilities Great Park Ice offers Youth and Adult Hockey, Learn to Skate Lessons, Figure skating, and also Public Skating.
|Date(s)||Score(s)||Team 1||Team 2||Series Name||Notes|
|December 28–29, 2019||(28) 4 - 1 Harvard Wins ||Harvard||ASU||SoCal Clash||This was the first time since the 1999 Frozen Four (held at Honda Center) an NCAA Division I contest was held in Southern California.|
|(29) 5 - 4 (OT2) Harvard Wins|
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