Magness Arena at DU will host prep hockey semifinals, finals

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Posted 1/3/17

Magness Arena at the University of Denver will host this spring’s Colorado High School State Hockey semifinals and finals.

According to CHSAANow.com, the Final Four will move from the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland to Magness as part of an …

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Magness Arena at DU will host prep hockey semifinals, finals

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Magness Arena at the University of Denver will host this spring’s Colorado High School State Hockey semifinals and finals.

According to CHSAANow.com, the Final Four will move from the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland to Magness as part of an agreement between the Colorado High School Activities Association and the Colorado Avalanche.

The semifinals this year will be held on March 3 with the championship game set for March 6, and all three games will be hosted by the Avalanche.

Hockey semifinals and finals were hosted by DU in 2012 and 2014 at Magness, which has a seating capacity of 6,026 fans.

The semifinals and title game could move to the 18,007-seat Pepsi Center, home of the Denver Nuggets and Avalanche, starting for the 2017-18 season if dates become available. If dates are booked by the professional teams, DU would continue to host the final three games of the prep hockey season.

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