Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the home of Harvard University. Here, Harvard hockey is a part of the regional culture. The University team began in 1898 at Franklin Park. The Crimson took to playing on the ice of Alexander H. Bright Hockey Center in 1980 and the renaming to The Bright-Landry Hockey Center in 2013. The hockey center hosts both women's and men's hockey events. Suspended from center ice is a four-screened Daktronics display monitor that allows spectators a first-hand view of replays and live video of the action on the ice. The Bright-Landry Hockey Center hosted the 1980 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey team in 1979. The venue's seating capacity is 3,095, and an additional 500 standing tickets are available given the size of the center. Grab the latest Harvard Crimson hockey game tickets at StubHub.
What is the basic parking policy?
Bright-Landry Hockey Center parking is first come, first served. Gate 8 also is set up for handicapped parking. To qualify for handicapped parking, vehicles must have a visible placard and pay the game day rate.
What are the Bright-Landry Hockey Center bag and container policies?
No bag or container larger than 12 x 12 x 12 inches or backpack is permissible at Bright-Landry Hockey Center events. Outside food and drink are not acceptable. However, concession stands with various beverage and food options are at events, including hockey. All containers are subject to search.
What is the Bright-Landry Hockey Center alcohol policy?
Kegs are not permissible at any athletic event at Harvard University. Vehicles and fans with alcohol at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center cannot come into the complex. If someone is visibly intoxicated, they are subject to ejection from the grounds.
What is the seating and standing capacity breakdown for the Bright-Landry Hockey Center?
The latest renovation upped the seating at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center by 800. The center now seats 3,095. Five hundred additional spaces are available for standees. In addition, the playing surface's expansion now measures 204 feet by 87 feet.
What is the Bright-Landry Hockey Center recycling policy?
Harvard University utilizes Single Stream Recycling. All bottles, paper, and cans go into a single bag. Various trash and recycling bins stand under the stadium and in the concession space. The color code makes keeping the stadium clean and green. Blue bags are for recyclables and black bags are for trash. Spectators simply tie up the bags and staff will retrieve them after the sporting event.Back to Top