Servus Credit Union Place has three NHL sized ice arenas – the Go Auto Arena, the Mark Messier Arena and the Troy Murray Arena located at Servus Place 400 Carnegie Drive, St. Albert, AB
With seating for 2,023 (excluding standing room), the Go Auto Arena is host to many international, national and local sporting events including the 2011 Continental Cup of Curling, the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games and the 2011 Esso Cup, Canadian Women’s AAA Midget Hockey Championships. Located inside the arena is the Skybox Cafe, Star Bucks and Booster Juice.
The Mark Messier Arena opened in 1992 as part of the Campbell Twin Arenas, which were added to the Servus Credit Union place as part of the construction. Named in honour of St. Albert’s famous son and hockey star, Mark Messier came home on February 27, 2007 to see the re-dedication of the arena in his name.
The Troy Murray Arena was part of Campbell Twin Arenas and opened in 1992, which was expanded to create Servus Credit Union Place. It is named after Troy Murray who played in the NHL for 15 years and was a member of the St. Albert Saints Hockey Team.
The Jarome Iginla & Kinex Arenas were founded in 1982 and offer indoor rink ice surfaces which are open year-round, making them great venues for public skating, figure skating, ice hockey, ball hockey, roller hockey or lacrosse. The facility also includes a Skybox Cafe, where you can enjoy a coffee or snack.
The Recreation & Parks Department has a dedicated crew of staff who maintain these surfaces and keep them safe for the public to enjoy. Located at 66 Hebert Road St. Albert