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Yale University

Ingalls Rink
New Haven, CT

Tickets

  • Tickets can be purchased online or from the Yale Athletics Ticket Office (203-432-1400). Yale has a variety of ticket prices ranging from $7 for seating behind the net to $15 for premium side seating. We advise buying tickets ahead of time because Ingalls Rink often sells out.
  • Diagram of Ingalls Rink: Visitors' sections are aisles 11, a side section near the end; and 12, which is an end section.

Directions

  • If using a GPS, enter 73 Sachem St, New Haven, CT.
  • From Troy: Take I-90 East to the New York Thruway-Berkshire Extension (I-90) to the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90). Take the Turnpike East to exit 4, then take I-91 South al the way to New Haven. (Note that this involves passing through Hartford, which can take a lot of time during rush hours). *Leave I-91 at Exit 3, Trumbull Connector exit. Make a right onto Whitney Avenue (the second main intersection), then take a left onto Sachem Street. Ingalls Rink appears on your right at the corner of Prospect and Sachem Streets. Distance: 155 miles
  • From Providence (Brown): Find I-95, which goes right through Providence. Take I-95 South to the intersection with I-91 (Exit 48). Pick up the directions above from *. Distance: 105 miles.

Arena

  • Campus map: Ingalls is the oval a bit NE of center. Click on it for detail.
  • Parking: There is a $5 charge for the parking garage behind Ingalls Rink. There is also ample free street parking around the arena and a couple of small visitors lots within walking distance.
  • Seating: Ingalls Arena seats 3,486. It is usually possible to change seats within the visitors sections, but difficult to move elsewhere. Seats are bench style with backs. Standing on the rail is allowed.
  • Food: Concessions are located at the opposite end of the rink from the entrance. Choices are limited to hot dogs and snack foods. The line may be long, but usually moves fairly quickly.

Hotels

Restaurants

  • See http://www.infonewhaven.com/eat.
  • There are many restaurants in New Haven, although we had trouble finding one near the campus that was open early enough to eat before the game.
  • Major chain restaurants are located along the expressways around New Haven, including Chili's on I-95 to the east, Longhorn Steakhouse on I-91 to the north, and a great many choices in Milford on I-95 to the west.

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