JLGice understands what it takes to construct a premier athletic facility that will take the sporting experience to new heights for everyone who utilizes it. This knowledge and expertise has led the firm to create the only ice hockey-specific practice studio in the country. JLGice is dedicated to multi-purpose sports and event centers built around the unique characteristics of ice hockey, and is the architect-of-choice for the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, and has been the lead architect for the United States Hockey League and the North American Hockey League. Our design focus is revenue-driven through flexible use of space, appropriate allocation of resources, quick turn-around, and low operating costs. Maximizing revenue and minimizing operational costs have allowed our facilities to become the center of community pride for decades.


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Xtream Arena

After more than 30 years of planning and visionary work, the Iowa River Landing has become one of our state’s premiere cultural and entertainment district destinations. This unique collection of cultural attractions, a major conference center, boutique retail, dining and entertainment options, world class health care, private residential opportunities, park space, natural areas, and more cannot be found anywhere else in Iowa.

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Colorado College Robson Arena

Colorado College selected JLG through a national design competition for their new hockey arena & natatorium on the Colorado College campus. The overall concept focuses on big picture campus goals while creating an iconic campus event space and sports centerpiece.

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Northstar Christian Academy

In the heart of central Minnesota, a faith-based prep hockey academy has its sights on developing a world-class program for high school students. In Northstar Christian Academy’s inaugural season, the Knights went undefeated in the North American Prospects Hockey League and won its league championship. The Alexandria-based team recruited high school players from across the continent, with this year’s roster comprised of 23 players from 11 states, and the team is led by coaches with NHL pedigrees.

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Men's National Collegiate Rankings
updated: March 12, 2020, 04:09:49 PM
1North Dakota
2Minnesota State
3Cornell
4Minnesota Duluth
5Denver
6Boston College
7Penn State
8Massachusetts
9Clarkson
10Ohio State
11UMass Lowell
12Bemidji State
12Arizona State
14Michigan
15Maine
16Quinnipiac
17Minnesota
18Western Michigan
19Northeastern
20Notre Dame
20Bowling Green
22Providence
23Sacred Heart
24St. Cloud State
25Michigan Tech
26AIC
27Harvard
28Michigan State
29Boston University
29Omaha
31New Hampshire
31Wisconsin
33Connecticut
33Northern Michigan
35RIT
36Rensselaer
37Alaska
37Army
39Yale
40Colorado College
41Dartmouth
42Colgate
42Lake Superior
42Miami
45Bentley
46Merrimack
47Niagara
48Air Force
48Robert Morris
50Canisius
51Holy Cross
52Vermont
53Brown
54Union
55Princeton
55Ferris State
57Alaska Anchorage
58Alabama Huntsville
59St. Lawrence
60Mercyhurst
Women's National Collegiate Rankings
updated: March 11, 2020, 11:05:03 PM
1Cornell
2Wisconsin
3Northeastern
4Minnesota
5Princeton
6Ohio State
7Clarkson
8Boston University
9Minnesota Duluth
10Quinnipiac
11Harvard
12Mercyhurst
13Robert Morris
14Colgate
15Providence
16Yale
17Boston College
18Bemidji State
19New Hampshire
20Connecticut
21Maine
22St. Lawrence
23Sacred Heart
23Minnesota State
25Syracuse
26Penn State
27Vermont
28Franklin Pierce
28St. Cloud State
30St. Anselm
30RIT
32LIU
32Dartmouth
34Holy Cross
35Union
35Merrimack
35Lindenwood
38Brown
39Rensselaer
40St. Michael's
41Post