The Maloney Rink was built in 2002 and dedicated in memory of Teddy Maloney who graduated from Proctor in 1988. Teddy was the starting goalie on the boys’ varsity team and also served as captain his senior year, but tragically lost his life in the World Trade Towers tragedy on September 11, 2001.
This facility features a large (200’x 90’) skating surface, an indirect lighting system, all new boards and glass, state of the art refrigeration equipment and an oversized dehumidification system to provide optimum ice making environment. While Proctor's hockey program is the primary occupant of the facility, local youth hockey programs also use the facility as their home ice.
In 2007, two new state of the art locker rooms were added to the rink. The second phase of the renovation of the facility is currently underway with a January 1, 2012 completion date. This work will add six additional state of the art locker rooms, coaches rooms and a heated lobby and viewing area to the current footprint of the rink. For more information on the renovation please check out the link on the athletics landing page or click here.
This athletic renovation will give the campus a long over due athletic facelift and provide Proctor athletes along with visiting teams much improved locker room space in all three seasons of competition.