Drop In Hockey
Stick & Puck / Drop-In Hockey Schedules:
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Stick & Puck
Ages: All ages
Skill Level: All abilities
Cost: $6 per session
Players have the opportunity to practice hockey skills. Each player is required to have a helmet, puck, stick, gloves, and any other equipment they choose to wear. Full equipment is not required, but is highly recommended. Players under 18 must wear a helmet with a face mask. Sessions are limited to 25 skaters and 3 goalies in order to maintain a safe environment for everyone on the ice. Games (scrimmaging) are not allowed. Parents are also welcome and encouraged to join their child on the ice during Stick & Puck sessions. Please confirm Stick & Puck times with the current posted schedule.
NOTICE: Drop-in Hockey is not available at this time. Please check back or call our front desk for updates.
Adult Drop-In Hockey
Ages: 15 and up
Skill Level: Novice to Advanced
Cost: $6 per session, goalies are FREE
Adult Drop-in Hockey sessions are times when anyone can come to the Ice Center and play pick-up hockey. During these sessions, players will typically divide into two teams and play a scrimmage game if there are enough players. There are no referees present, and players usually do a good job of supervising themselves.
The skill levels of players vary widely for these sessions, anywhere from quite novice to quite advanced. The maximum number of players allowed per session is 30 skaters and 3 goalies. A session is considered closed when those numbers are reached. Full hockey equipment is strongly recommended, including helmets and face masks. By USA Hockey rules, players younger than age 18 are required to wear a full hockey equipment, including helmets and face masks.
Youth Drop-In Hockey
Ages: 6-14 years old
Cost: $4 for 1 hour sessions, $6 for 90 minute sessions
Goalies, Parents, & Coaches are FREE
Youth Drop-in Hockey sessions for Mite through Bantam age players (ages 6-14) are held when ice time is available, generally during the spring and summer months and during holiday periods (Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas break, etc.) The times for these sessions may vary, but they normally take place on Saturdays in the late morning and early afternoon.
Parents are also welcome and encouraged to join their child on the ice during youth drop-in sessions.