Eight Hockey East Men's College Teams to Compete Outdoors; Mayor's Community Skates to Offer Free, Public Skating for City of Boston Residents
The City of Boston, Hockey East Association, and Fenway Sports Management (FSM), today announced Frozen Fenway 2014, a two week series of hockey and ice skating events, including two Division I men's college hockey doubleheaders, and two, free public skating days for City of Boston residents.

"Last year, more than 90,000 people came to Fenway Park to watch college and high school hockey or to enjoy free, public skating," said Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino. "This generated tens of millions of dollars for local business. I'm confident that top-notch outdoor college hockey at Fenway Park will make for another unforgettable experience, drawing fans from across the region and serving as a major platform to showcase the people, culture, and local businesses that make our city special."

"After the success of the Winter Classic in 2010 and the Frozen Fenway college games in 2012, hockey and skating are fast becoming winter traditions at Fenway Park," said FSM President and Red Sox EVP/COO Sam Kennedy. "We welcome back Hockey East and, along with the Mayor, look forward to once again having our beloved ballpark be host to college games, high school games, and to welcome various communities throughout New England to Fenway Park this winter."