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Former Ranger Mark Messier Named CEO Of Bronx's Kingsbridge National Ice Center

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TWC News: Former Ranger Mark Messier Named CEO Of Bronx's Kingsbridge National Ice Center
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Former Ranger great Mark Messier is taking on a big new challenge off the ice.

The NHL Hall-of-Famer has been named the CEO of the Kingsbridge National Ice Center in the Bronx.

It's the world's largest ice sports facility.

When it's done, it will feature nine year-round indoor rinks, including three Olympic- and 6 NHL-sized rinks.

Zambonis are expected to make their first official lap in 2017.

During his 25-year career, Messier won six Stanley Cups, including one with the Rangers in 1994.

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