Completed in 2005, the Monticello Ice Arena was a joint venture between the Monticello Youth Hockey Association and Monticello Public Schools to provide a new ice arena for the members of the community. The stadium is also known as the Moose Sherritt Ice Arena after Gordon "Moose" Sherritt, a longtime Monticello resident and a former NHL player for the Detroit Red Wings in the 1940's.
The new concessinos and dining areas overlook the ice, while the permanent indoor brick fireplace and memorial add a nice finish touch to the building. The indoor snow-melt pit and active desiccant dehumidification allow for year round use. The Pro-shop, office and storage suite finish off the support spaces with a separate referee room.
Built as an addition to the Monticello Middle School, the arena includes the following features:
One indoor sheet of ice
Four team locker rooms
Direct access to the Monticello High School locker rooms
7601 Wayzata Blvd., Suite #200, St. Louis Park, MN 55426