In September of 2015, Endicott College opened the doors to the Raymond J. Bourque Arena – a first-class ice arena named for National Hockey League and North Shore community activist Ray Bourque. This state-of-the-art facility provides both the Endicott and surrounding communities with a home for collegiate and high school competition and practice, intramurals, student activities, formal speaking events, and events that bring neighborhood people together.
The Raymond J. Bourque Arena is home to the Endicott men’s and women’s ice hockey programs that have risen to national prominence in only a few years of NCAA Division III eligibility. Beverly High School ice hockey, Beverly youth programs, and multiple other programs throughout the North Shore also utilize the Raymond J. Bourque Arena throughout the winter season.
The arena has seating for 1,000 spectators, six locker rooms including Endicott-team locker rooms for the varsity programs, a concession stand with an expansive menu, a hospitality suite, entertaining space, and team meeting room, and bathrooms available for the public.