Tate Rink
Holleder Center
Tate Rink
Opened October 1, 1985
Owner U.S. Military Academy
Operator U.S. Military Academy
Surface 200x90 feet (hockey)
Construction cost $16 million
(entire Holleder Center)
Tenants Army Black Knights
(men's hockey)
Capacity 2,648 (hockey)

Tate Rink is a 2,648-seat hockey rink in West Point, New York. It is home to the United States Military Academy Black Knights ice hockey team. It was built in as part of the Major Donald W. Holleder Center athletic complex, which also includes Christl Arena. Army's first game in the arena was October 25, 1985, a 5-0 win over Ryerson University of Toronto. The arena is named for the Tate brothers, Joseph S. Tate '41 and Frederic H.S. Tate '42, who were both pilots killed in combat in World War II. (Don Holleder, the namesake of the complex, was an All-American football and basketball player killed in action in Vietnam in 1967.)

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