Lloyd Goggin Ice Arena
The Goggin
Goggin Ice Arena
Location Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056
Opened September, 1976
Closed July 2006
Demolished September 2006
Owner Miami University
Operator Miami University
Surface 200' x 85' (hockey)
125' x 50' (recreational)
Construction cost $2.7 million
Former names Miami Ice Arena (1976-1984)
Tenants Miami University RedHawks
NCAA Hockey
synchronized skating
Talawanda Hockey
Oxford Skating Club
Butler County Youth Hockey
Capacity 2,850 (hockey)

Goggin Ice Arena was a 2,850-seat hockey rink in Oxford, Ohio. It was formerly home to the Miami University RedHawks ice hockey team. It was built in 1976, and renamed on October 11, 1984 in honor of Lloyd Goggin, former school vice president, who was instrumental in building the arena. The building also housed the school's synchronized skating program, club teams, local youth hockey, and the nation's largest summer hockey camp. Possibly the arena's most popular feature was a 3/4 recreational sheet of ice used primarily for public skating and intramural broomball games.

In 2006, the team moved into the new Goggin Ice Center.

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