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[[File:Pla-Mor_Ballroom_entrance.jpg|thumb|320px]]The '''Pla-Mor Ice Palace''' was an indoor arena located in [[Kansas City, Missouri]].  The arena was located at 3127 Wyandotte Street.  The facility was primarily known as a concert and ballroom venue through most of its history but the arena was home to Kansas City ice hockey from 1928 to 1951; when the city didn't have a pro hockey team.  In the 1950's the building became exclusively a bowling alley as the ballroom ceased business. The facility was closed in 1966.  In 1967 when the [[Kansas City Blues]] of the [[Central Hockey League (1963-1984)|Central Hockey League]] started play out of the [[American Royal Arena]] which was home venue of the American Royal Rodeo.  The facility briefly reopened from 1970 to 1972 as Freedom Palace which served as a rock concert ventue.  The facility was demolished on March 31, 1972.  The site is now a car dealership lot.
 
[[File:Pla-Mor_Ballroom_entrance.jpg|thumb|320px]]The '''Pla-Mor Ice Palace''' was an indoor arena located in [[Kansas City, Missouri]].  The arena was located at 3127 Wyandotte Street.  The facility was primarily known as a concert and ballroom venue through most of its history but the arena was home to Kansas City ice hockey from 1928 to 1951; when the city didn't have a pro hockey team.  In the 1950's the building became exclusively a bowling alley as the ballroom ceased business. The facility was closed in 1966.  In 1967 when the [[Kansas City Blues]] of the [[Central Hockey League (1963-1984)|Central Hockey League]] started play out of the [[American Royal Arena]] which was home venue of the American Royal Rodeo.  The facility briefly reopened from 1970 to 1972 as Freedom Palace which served as a rock concert ventue.  The facility was demolished on March 31, 1972.  The site is now a car dealership lot.
 
[[Category:Indoor ice hockey venues in the United States]]
 
[[Category:Disestablished in 1967]]
 
[[Category:Disestablished in 1967]]
 
[[Category:Established in 1927]]
 
[[Category:Established in 1927]]
[[Category:Indoor ice hockey venues in Missouri]]
 

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