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Established
2010 (12 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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Mystique Community Ice Center
(3,079 Capacity)

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23 Jan 22 Dubuque Fighting  -  Green Bay
29 Jan 22 Cedar Rapids  -  Dubuque Fighting
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22 Jan 22 Cedar Rapids  4 - 1  Dubuque Fighting
16 Jan 22 Dubuque Fighting  1 - 3  Waterloo Black
09 Jan 22 Dubuque Fighting   -  USA Hockey
08 Jan 22 Dubuque Fighting   -  USA Hockey
02 Jan 22 Dubuque Fighting  P - P  Cedar Rapids

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The Dubuque Fighting Saints are a Tier I junior ice hockey team playing in the United States Hockey League (USHL) and are based in the city of Dubuque, Iowa, on the banks of the Mississippi River at the border intersects of Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Home games are played at the Mystique Community Ice Center (capacity: 3,079). Home and away games are broadcast live on KIYX, with Jack Milewski handling play-by-play with select games televised locally each season on KCRG-TV channel 9.2.

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The Mystique Community Ice Center (MCIC) is a 3,079-seat ice arena in Dubuque, Iowa that opened to the public on September 18, 2010. It was funded through a combination of private (mostly) and public funds, led by Dubuque Community Ice and Recreation Center, Inc. (DICE). It is open year round (except a few holidays) and has a 200'x85' NHL-size sheet of ice. It features 7 locker rooms (1 dedicated to the junior team, 6 others of various sizes for youth and adult hockey).

It is a top-loading facility with additional amenities including concessions on both the concourse and ground levels, luxury boxes on one side, three press boxes on the other, 8 restrooms, a lounge with full bar, conference room and lower level meeting room. Skates are available for rental for public skate sessions, there is a skate sharpener on site, and small skating accessories concession. Parking is available next to the building (125 spaces) and another 1500 spaces are across the street near the baseball fields. Additional parking is available at the Q Casino.

The facility can accommodate a second sheet of ice if desired later, as both refrigeration and dehumidification are sized for additional capacity. As of summer 2017 it was retro-fitted with LED-lighting over the ice and stands.

The arena is home to the 5-time Clark Cup Champion Dubuque Fighting Saints of the USHL. Owned by the City of Dubuque and operated by the non-profit Dubuque Community Ice and Recreation Center, Inc. (DICE) developers and managers, the facility is Dubuque's first dedicated ice arena. The center plays host to youth and adult hockey, public skate, figure skating, and other ice activities. It is home to Dubuque Youth Hockey, the Dubuque Devils (High School Hockey), Dubuque She-Devils, Mystique Maulers and the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Hockey Team (ACHA).

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