The Super Rink was constructed in two stages with a total cost of $21 million, with funding of just $1 million from State of Minnesota grants. The remainder of the funding comes from partner organizations. Revenue from ice rentals covers the annual construction bond obligation.

The Super Rink since its construction has not received any additional funding; it is completely self-sufficient through private ice rentals and in-house programs. The original facility, constructed by Shingobee Builders, opened in 1998 and included four Olympic-regulation-sized ice sheets (100 × 200 ft).

The Super Rink was expanded in 2006; the expansion included the Herb Brooks Training Center, a figure skating training room, a concession area, 32 locker rooms and four NHL regulation-sized ice sheets (85 × 200 ft).

The Super Rink hosts a number of ice sport events year-round, including: ice hockey, speed skating, figure skating, broomball, recreational ice skating, and off-ice training at the Herb Brooks Training Center.

The Super Rink is home to various youth, high school, and adult ice hockey teams and is also home to U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team and the Bethel University Royals men’s and women’s ice hockey teams competing at the NCAA Division III level in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC).

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