Memorial Arena, North Rink, & Roseau Ram’s Sports Center
Memorial Arena was constructed in the 1940’s and its wood frame arch structure provides glimpse back into the rich history of hockey in Northern Minnesota. Memorial Arena has witnessed some of Minnesota’s greatest hockey players including current and former Olympic and NHL stars as well as playing host to 7 State High School Championship Teams and 33 State Tournament Teams and the Stanley Cup. In 2004, Memorial Arena underwent a significant renovation to upgrade all of the mechanical compressor systems and rink components. Memorial Arena provides full arena seating, sound system, scoreboard, locker rooms, and concessions area.
Adjacent to Memorial Arena is the North Rink. The North Rink provides a second artificial ice rink and is operated under a joint agreement between the City of Roseau and the Roseau Youth Hockey Association. The North Rink provides an artificial ice rink, 14 locker rooms, scoreboards, and heated/non-heated spectator viewing areas.
Both arenas are available to the community for youth and high school hockey programs as well as public skating. A third artificial ice rink is located in the Roseau Ram’s Sports Center and is home to the Lady Ram’s. The City of Roseau, Roseau Youth Hockey, and the Roseau School District maintains a joint agreement on the operation of the Ram’s Sports Center for the betterment of the community for public skating and youth hockey activities.
Memorial Arena and the North Rink are located at 321 2nd Avenue NW in Roseau.
Roseau Ram’s Sports Center is located at Roseau Public School at 509 3rd St NE, Roseau.