|Aviemore Centre Ice Rink|
|Location||Aviemore Centre Ice Rink|
Highland PH22 IPF
|Opened||December 14, 1966|
|Closed||Demolished spring 1998|
|Owner||Stakis Hotel (late 1980s)|
|Tenants||Aviemore Blackhawks (1976-1990)|
Aviemore Blues (1992-1995)
Perth Panthers (1995-1996)
|Capacity||1,000 (250 seated)|
|Dimensions||200 ft x 100 ft (60 m x 30 m)|
The Aviemore Centre Ice Rink was an indoor ice rink situated in Aviemore, Scotland. It was originally an outdoor facility that had featured the largest British ice surface since the late 1930s. Warmer temperatures required the rink to be closed in the 1960s.
The first ice hockey match to be staged at the rink was a friendly between the Murrayfield Racers and the Highland All-Stars on April 12, 1969. Murrayfield won 13-4.
The Aviemore Ice Rink was demolished in the spring of 1998 and a car park has since been erected in its former location.
- Harris, Martin C. (2005). Homes of British Ice Hockey.