The sustained energy and muscular strength required in hockey helps develop your fitness and endurance. Getting on the ice is a great way of developing your body's leg muscles, including the hamstring, hips and calves. It also improves the endurance of shoulder muscles, triceps and forearms.
Another amazing benefit of participating in adult hockey is that it encourages a spirit of teamwork! Learning (or re-learning) how to successfully work as a team member can be a big boost to your mental well-being and an excellent life skill. After this past year, it’s certainly nice to be part of a team environment!
-Dressing room assignments are posted on the whiteboard in the arena.
-Registration is required. You can register with the Front Desk up to 1 week in advance.
-Masks are required at all times! Including while on the ice!
Mondays 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wednesdays 6:45 am - 7:45 am
Thursdays 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
NO JUNIOR OR ADULT SKILLS MAY LONG WEEKEND
There will be no Junior or Adult Skills & Drills on Monday, May 24th!
MEMBER ICE USE
We have many different opportunities for members to come and skate. These times can be booked 2 days in advance with the Front Desk. Masks must be worn at all times including while on the ice!
The Skating Lounge is reserved for skate tying only. If you require any other gear, please visit our temporary change area located on the 2nd floor for your convience!
You can view the ice schedule here! Before you visit, make sure you know the different types of ice times and the rules that go along with those slots.
General Skate times are set aside for the enjoyment of members! There are no sticks or pucks allowed on the ice at these times and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult.
Sticks and pucks are allowed on the ice during these times! Skaters are required to wear a helmet and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult. Pick up hockey is not allowed during General Hockey. This ice is not meant to run a practice session with multiple people. No pylons or other equipment is permitted.
For General Skills, members can use sticks, pucks and other apparatuses used for training during these ice times! Skaters are required to wear a helmet and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult. Pick up hockey is not allowed during General Skills. This ice is not meant to run a practice session with multiple people, this is for personal recreational use only. If you are looking to run a skills practice session, you can rent ice privately through Jessica Barsky!
Open Ice is shared between all members whether you are just coming for a skate or wanting to bring out your stick and puck. Both General Skating & General Hockey rules are in affect at these times!