|Western Financial Place|
|Location||1777 2nd Street N., Cranbrook, BC|
|Opened||October 13, 2000|
|Owner||City of Cranbrook|
|Operator||City of Cranbrook|
|Former names||Cranbrook Recreation Complex|
|Tenants||Kootenay Ice (WHL) (2000-present)|
|Capacity||Hockey: 4,665 |
Western Financial Place, formerly known as the Cranbrook Recreation Complex also known to be called the Rec Plex is a 4,665-seat arena in Cranbrook, British Columbia. It was built in 2000 and is home to the Cranbrook Bucks of the British Columbia Hockey League. It was formerly home to the Kootenay Ice of the Western Hockey League.
The Recplex also includes A&W, a candy shop, and card/hockey shop and a swimming pool with a wave pool, sauna and a waterslide. There has also been several practices from the Vancouver Canucks.
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|Current arenas in the Western Hockey League|
|Art Hauser Centre · Brandt Centre · Canalta Centre · Credit Union iPlex · ENMAX Centre · ENMAX Centrium · Mosaic Place · Rexall Place · Scotiabank Saddledome · SaskTel Place · Western Financial Place · Westman Place|
|CN Centre · Interior Savings Centre · Memorial Coliseum · Pacific Coliseum · Prospera Place · Moda Center · Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre · ShoWare Center · Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena · Toyota Center · Xfinity Arena at Everett|