I'd guess their 10 year lease a Pilgrim only has a couple years left so it's a great move. Local youth programs will be able to get ice at Pilgrim (word is Hingham Youth had zero ice there). Good for all.
It's well documented that a "Non-profit organization" owns Pilgrim and they magically put their family members on the board and pay them all six figures to oversee that dump. The should at least use the $ to put in one quality sheet of ice with reasonable seating for Jr. & high school games...last I checked there is a lot of parking spots there.