Built in 1999 under the leadership of Wisconsin Badger and US Olympic Gold Medalist Bob Suter, Capitol Ice Arena was established to provide opportunities for local youth hockey players and grow the game of hockey in the greater Madison area.

Over the last 20+ years, the arena has developed thousands of young skaters and helped in their growth as athletes and individuals, from NHL All-Stars and Olympians to doctors and teachers.

The arena, named after Bob Suter in 2014, offers two NHL size ice sheets, 2,600+ capacity, 2nd level beer garden, 9 private suites, media broadcasting suite, commercial kitchen, and state-of-the-art AV and lighting systems.

Legacy20 Arena Middleton (formerly known as Capitol Ice Arena) underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in 2018, adding multiple amenities and upgrades.

In 2024, under the guidance of Ryan Suter and the Legacy20 Organization, Capitol Ice Arena was restructured to become Bob Suter's Legacy20 Arena Middleton.

Bob Suter's Legacy20 Arena Middleton is home to the USHL Madison Capitols, Madison Capitols AAA Youth, Middleton Youth Hockey, Middleton High School, and many more.

The arena has hosted events including the WIAA State Boys and Girls Hockey Tournaments, the 2022 USA Curling Mixed Doubles National Championships, IIHF Women's U18 World Championship, and the Middleton Chamber of Commerce Sip, Sample, and Socialize.

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