|Surface||2 rinks: 200' x 85' (hockey)|
1 rink: 200' x 100' (hockey)
|Former names||Summit Center|
|Tenants||St. Louis Bandits|
Hardee's IcePlex, was a 2,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Chesterfield, Missouri. The 115,000 sq. ft. facility was the largest ice skating facility in Missouri. Hardee's IcePlex had two regulation National Hockey League size rinks (85’ x 200’) with 600 seat capacities each. The facility's main rink was Olympic regulation size rink (100’ x 200’). The Olympic rink had a seating capacity of 2,200. The IcePlex also had a Total Hockey franchise inside the arena as well as a restaurant.
Hardee's IcePlex closed in May 2017 as the owner of the facility sold the property to Dallas-based TopGolf.
The Arena was the home for the St. Louis Bandits ice hockey team along with local high school teams, in house program and the St. Louis AAA Blues. The facility also was used for public skating, figure skating and Former ten ice hockey team prior to that. It was built in 1995 and is also used for ice skating and high school hockey.
- St. Louis Blues Hockey Club(only for practice)- Moved to the IceZone at St. Louis Mills.
- St. Louis Heartland Eagles- defunct USHL franchise.
- St. Louis University Hockey Team - Moved to Affton Ice Arena.
The arena opened in 1995 as the U.S. Ice Sports Complex In 2002 the arena was bought by Summit Development and the arena changed its name to Summit Center. On February 19, 2008 the name was changed to the Hardee's IcePlex reflecting the 7-year naming rights deal between the arena and Hardee's, a St. Louis based fast food Corporation.