Though the money hasn’t been found yet, an $88 million hockey arena proposed for the city’s waterfront has received unanimous support in principle from the city’s executive committee.

Led by Mayor David Miller, the committee was solidly in support of building a stacked facility at Commissioners Street and Don Roadway even though only $34 million has been earmarked. The committee was told that hockey users may be willing to pay a surcharge to help fund the complex, which would offer four NHL-sized ice surfaces, spectator seating, and an indoor track.