WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Freeze have a new arena to call home in the Dakota Community Centre.
The MJHL club will practice, train, and play all home games in the Jonathan Toews Sportsplex at DCC starting this fall.
“It’s no secret that our city and community love watching and playing hockey,” says Michele Augert, CEO Dakota Community Centre.
“We have the ideal setup at our centre with superior ice and training facilities and we are very excited to welcome the Winnipeg Freeze to Dakota CC this fall.”
Winnipeg Freeze governor Jake Heisinger says the team is excited to bring the MJHL back to Dakota and engage with members of the community.
“The new 60,000 sq. ft. world-class field house and training facilities at the centre will allow us to continue to develop and focus on the players,” said Heisinger.