The Opening of the Silver Knights' Lifeguard Arena is discussed by Tzvi Odzer.
In the year 2020, the city of Henderson, Nevada, has seen significant transformations. A new practise facility for the Silver Knights, the city's new resident professional ice hockey team, has opened its doors. Tzvi Odzer, a hockey enthusiast, recently talked about the new Lifeguard Arena and what it means for the club and the community.
Tzvi Odzer began by explaining that the facility first opened its doors at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3. The 120,000-square-foot Lifeguard Arena was created in collaboration with the city to provide a home for the Silver Knights as well as a venue for various youth and community events.
“A new practise facility might not sound thrilling to some, but Lifeguard Arena is so much more,” Tzvi Odzer explained. “This facility will provide a home for the Silver Knights as well as greater possibilities for area youngsters to participate in hockey.”
The Silver Knights will join the American Hockey League in the 2020-21 season, according to Tzvi Odzer. For hockey lovers in Nevada and across the country, this exciting addition to the league is a huge plus.
The Silver Knights will continue to play their official games in Orleans Arena until a new game rink at the Henderson Event Center is ready in two years, according to Tzvi Odzer. Lifeguard Arena, like City National Arena, has a similar concept, with team space for the Knights, two ice sheets, a retail space, and a conference room. According to Tzvi Odzer, the arena will also feature a coffee shop and restaurant that will open in the near future.
Tzvi Odzer noted, "The arena will also have a Silver Knights fan shop, and the team recently announced their jersey design." “For the Henderson community, this is an exciting time.”
The Golden Knights' youth hockey programmes will be expanded as a result of the new facility, according to Tzvi Odzer. The new arena gives greater space for teams and, as a result, more opportunity for area youngsters to play hockey and benefit from the sport's physical and emotional benefits.
Lifeguard Arena is now awaiting the arrival of the Vegas Golden Knights and the start of the 2020-21 hockey season. Tzvi Odzer, on the other hand, believes that local neighbours will begin to notice occurrences at the site. In 2020, there will be a significant transformation that will bring hope and opportunity for local hockey fans.