A new, six-team, independent, three-on-three professional ice hockey league in North America!
3ICE, founded by E.J. Johnston, a former Fox Sports, IMG and Getty Images executive as well as son of former professional player, coach and general manager, Ed Johnston, is uniquely designed to give hockey fans the speed, skill and excitement they’ve grown to love since the three-on-three overtime concept was introduced in 2015.
All six 3ICE teams will travel to each tour-stop and compete in a tournament where each game will consist of two, eight-minute periods using a running clock on a full-sized rink. Each team has seven players (including one goalie) and competes in a nine week season that will feature six games each night. The bracket-style single-elimination format will include three first round games, two semifinal matchups, followed by a title game. Host cities include Denver, Grand Rapids, Hershey, Las Vegas, Nashville, Pittsburgh, as well as Canadian cities London, Ontario and Québec City.
Guests agree to follow the Arena’s health and safety policies, which are informed by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) guidance, National Hockey League guidelines, local, state and federal orders, regulations and ordinances pertaining to health and safety at all times while at the Arena. Health and safety policies may be posted throughout the Arena as well as on tickets and are subject to change as circumstances, regulations or guidance change.
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Wheelchairs are available upon request at the AT&T Fan Information Center. A valid government-issued photo ID is required as collateral for borrowing a wheelchair.
Animals are not permitted in the Arena. Exceptions include service animals to aid guests with disabilities.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available upon request from the AT&T Fan Information Center located near Section 103. A Photo ID is required as collateral for using the assisted listening device. The ID will be exchanged back for the device when returned.
Sign Interpreters are available upon request. Interpreters must be requested in advance, two (2) weeks prior to the event. To request a sign interpreter, please call (615) 770-2000.