|Location||2510 Scenic Dr S, Lethbridge, Alberta, T1K 1N2|
|Owner||City of Lethbridge|
|Operator||City of Lethbridge|
|Construction cost||$4 million|
|Tenants||Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL) (1987-present) |
Lethbridge Broncos (WHL) (1974-1986)
|Capacity||5,479 (Hockey), 6,500 in reserve seating, 7,100 in festival seating|
The ENMAX Centre, formerly known as the Canada Games Sportsplex, is a 5,479-seat multi-purpose arena in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. It was built to host the 1975 Canada Games and is home to the Lethbridge Hurricanes, a WHL franchise .
It features a full-size ice rink, a running track, racquetball courts, and squash courts. An outdoor sports field with capacity for 2,000 people is adjacent to the centre.
In 1997, the 58,000 square foot Community Savings Place (formerly the Lethbridge Soccer Centre) was built directly south.
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