In the early hours of Tuesday 27 February 2007, FIA was badly damaged in a "huge fire." Kirkcaldy Ice Rink was designed by architects Williamson & Hubbard. This move had to come down to necessity and I’m lucky to get this opportunity. “We’ll get a good chunk of games in and when we return, we don’t play for a month and we’ll have a cluster of home games, but that month will allow the authorities to decide whether we can have fans in to watch the games. Some of these include, but are not limited to: A number of players with NHL experience have played for Fife Flyers and other British ice hockey teams.

FIA is approximately 1 mile from the A92, 2 miles from the railway station and town centre. WHERE POSSIBLE, ADVANCED NOTICE WILL BE POSTED ON SOCIAL MEDIA. He also took a gold medal in the Czech side which won the Canada Cup in 1981. Major internal construction encasing the East end stands behind a glass facade to provide a luxury area for spectators and sponsors.

On 17 February, plans to build the rink in the Gallatown were presented to, and approved by, Kirkcaldy Dean of Guild Court. Some of the most noted players that have skated at Fife Ice Arena are: Over the years Fife Ice Arena has undergone many changes, upgrades and improvements to the venue including: Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fife_Ice_Arena&oldid=945780836, Articles lacking in-text citations from March 2020, Infobox mapframe without OSM relation ID on Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Tommy was the father of Kenny Horne and grandfather of Kyle Horne. Kirkcaldy Ice Rink was designed by architects Williamson & Hubbard. A world championship silver medalist. BBC Grandstand Trophy Final: Fife Flyers defeated Wembley Lions 3–2, BBC Grandstand Trophy Final: Paisley Mohawks defeated Fife Flyers 4–1.
Data returned from the Piano 'meterActive/meterExpired' callback event. ©Copyright 2001-2020. Original corrugated asbestos roof replaced, Arena lights were upgraded from incandescent lights. Carlo Finucci left Fife Flyers this summer after four years at the club 0 comment WHEN Carlo Finucci takes to the ice on Tuesday for his new club, there will be a part of him sad that it won’t be for Fife Flyers, his team for the last four years. add to trip planner; view on map; manage this business It is also a venue for public skating, figure skating, speed skating, curling and ice shows. The building was to have a carcass of steel stanchions and a roof span of 145 feet without any supporting pillars except those at the extremities, making it the widest construction of its kind in Scotland at the time. Fife Ice Arena, Rosslyn Street. Fife Ice Arena (originally known as Kirkcaldy Ice Rink) opened in 1938. The plans also had a touch of class—the restaurant featured Parker-Knoll chairs, curtains designed by Dame Laura Knight, as well as monogrammed cutlery. Fife Flyers - EIHL - hockey team page with roster, stats, transactions at Eliteprospects.com. Complete reconstruction of the original foyer to create the current glass ticket office, The Life and Times of Hubert Brooks M.C. The builder was James Ramsay of Leslie, while joiner D. Mitchell & Sons, also of Leslie, worked on the roof.