Experience Warrior Ice Arena, the Boston Bruins new training and practice facility that’s also available to the public. The 200′ x 85′ arena complex hosts college, high school, youth and amateur level hockey with seating for over 500 spectators. An immersive hospitality suite is available for corporate and institutional gatherings. Warrior Ice Arena features concession stands serving healthy food options and has limited parking available onsite.
Warrior Ice Arena is the new practice and training facility for the Boston Bruins but it is also open for recreational and community use. When designing the third-floor lobby (concourse), we built a large display area to allow three brands to be joined by eye-catching display showing the partnership of Warrior, New Balance, and the Boston Bruins. Fair Folk designed a literal representation of the three brands coming together in a life-sized sculpture of the Bruins bear logo using New Balance, Warrior, and Bruins items. The items are a mix of current and historical pieces from the three brands. Once the bear sculpture was finished, Fair Folk created a digital experience that lives on a website warrior.com/icearena where people can interact with sculptures items and learn more about each piece. Simply clicking/tapping on an item pulls up relevant information, videos, photos, and if applicable, an option to buy the item.
Warrior Ice Arena is home to the third largest hockey stick in the world. The 68 foot, 7,000-pound steel stick, constructed by Diamond Iron Works in Lawrence, Mass is visible from both Guest Street and the Massachusetts Turnpike. Warrior Hockey is the preferred stick brand of 6-foot-9 Bruins captain Zdeno Chara as well as countless other NHL players. Every August the stick is re-branded to show the newest product from Warrior.