Clearly it must have been built prior to the concept of hot water in rest rooms hit Minneapolis.
I will give them credit, they have made improvements. The new video screen was impressive. The ushers were much more friendly than experienced in early years of the tournament. The food quality has improved since year 1, but it is still very greatly overpriced and not much of it is worth eating. I was getting tired of watching skaters falling down all by themselves every time they tried to skate near the end boards. The ice conditions were not good on the ends. The middle seemed fine, but hockey uses the whole sheet of ice. They have lowered the building temperature significantly to help fix the ice, but only sell coffee at one concession stand and no hot chocolate at any of them. They will get my input again, not that it will help.