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Featured Rink: Armstrong Arena – Plymouth, MA

Armstrong Arena is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink opened in 1972 and FMC took over management in 1992. Inside the arena includes six team locker rooms, a heated conference room, facilities for birthday parties, a spacious lobby, skate rentals, and a […]

Featured Rink: Buffone Arena – Worcester, MA

Known as “the rink on Lake Ave,” Buffone Arena in Worcester has been managed by FMC since 1995. A Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), the rink was built in 1958 and is named after Charles J. Buffone, a Democrat who represented Worcester in the […]

Featured Rink: Driscoll Arena – Fall River, MA

Driscoll Arena is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink opened in 1972 and FMC took over management in 1992. Inside the arena includes six team locker rooms, facilities for birthday parties, a spacious lobby, skate rentals, and a snack bar. The rink […]

Featured Rink: Pirelli Veteran’s Arena – Franklin, MA

In 1992, Pirelli Veterans Arena in Franklin became FMC’s first rink, starting a 26 year and 23 rink legacy. Pirelli is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink itself has been part of the community of Franklin since 1973. Arena Manager, Bruce Bertoni, […]

Featured Rink: Gardner Veteran’s Arena – Gardner, MA

The Gardner Veteran’s Arena is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink was built in the 1972 and FMC took over management in 1995. Inside the arena includes four team locker rooms, facilities for birthday parties, a spacious lobby, skate rentals, and a […]

Featured Rink: Porrazzo Arena – East Boston, MA

The Porrazzo Skating Arena, named after First Lieutenant Louis E. Porrazzo, is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink was built in the 1968 and FMC took over management in 2005. Inside the arena includes six team locker rooms, facilities for birthday parties, […]

Featured Rink: Asiaf Arena – Brockton, MA

The Asiaf Arena, named after John G. Asiaf, is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The rink was built in the 1968 and FMC took over management in 1992. Inside the arena includes six team locker rooms, facilities for birthday parties, a spacious lobby, […]

Featured Rink: Connery Rink – Lynn, MA

The Connery Skating Rink is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). FMC Ice Sports has been operating the arena for DCR since 2005. Inside the arena features facilities for birthday parties, five team locker rooms and 3 high school locker rooms, a sizable lobby, […]

Featured Rink: Burlington Ice Palace – Burlington, MA

The Burlington Ice Palace is a Town of Burlington public ice skating facility built by the Graham family in the early 1970s. The rink was bought by the Town in 1990 and has been managed by FMC since 1998. Inside the arena includes a conference room, facilities for birthday parties, four team locker rooms and […]

Featured Rink: William Chase Arena – Natick, MA

The William L. Chase Arena, formally known as the West Suburban Arena, was developed in the late 1960s/early 1970s. The Town of Natick purchased the facility in 1986 and in July of 2003 entered into a partnership with FMC. The rink used to be a two-surface facility, but in 1988 the Town closed the rear […]

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