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1972 (50 years old)Sport
Tyson Events Center
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Sioux City, IowaNicknamesCompetitionsAmerican USHLLast Edit
Sport / Ice Hockey
/ American USHL
Sioux City Musketeers
| 03 Dec 22 ||Omaha Lancers || - || Sioux City|
| 04 Dec 22 ||Des Moines || - || Sioux City|
| 10 Dec 22 ||Sioux City || - || Fargo Force|
| 11 Dec 22 ||Sioux City || - || Sioux Falls|
| 17 Dec 22 ||Omaha Lancers || - || Sioux City|
| 27 Nov 22 ||Sioux City || ||3 - 4 || ||Tri-City Storm|
| 24 Nov 22 ||Sioux City || ||3 - 2 || ||Omaha Lancers|
| 13 Nov 22 ||Sioux City || ||5 - 1 || ||Sioux Falls|
| 13 Nov 22 ||Sioux City || ||3 - 2 || ||Des Moines|
| 12 Nov 22 ||Sioux Falls || ||2 - 3 || ||Sioux City|
The Sioux City Musketeers is a Tier I junior ice hockey team playing in the Western Conference of the United States Hockey League (USHL). The Musketeers' home ice is Tyson Events Center.Team Members
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The Fleet Farm Arena, formerly Gateway Arena, is a multi-purpose arena inside Tyson Events Center, located in Sioux City, Iowa and sponsored by Tyson Foods and Fleet Farm.
The arena has three spectator levels: one suite level and two general seating levels named the 100 level and the 200 level, respectively. Its official maximum capacity is 10,000.
Owned by the City of Sioux City, it is located on the riverfront overlooking the Missouri River. The venue was operated by the city as well until January 2018 when the city contracted with Philadelphia-based venue management firm Spectra to handle matters such as booking, marketing, staffing and food and beverage service.
It is home to the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) and the Sioux City Bandits of Champions Indoor Football (CIF).
This arena also hosts many college tournaments associated with the NAIA, including the NAIA Wrestling National Tournament, NAIA Women's Volleyball National Tournament, and the Division II NAIA Women's National Basketball Tournament, which was won back-to-back in 2004 and 2005 by Sioux City's Morningside College Mustangs.Trophies Fanart