Ice Rink size is 135 x 65

Rates for rental of the Ice

$150 + HST for Prime Time Hours
Monday to Friday: 4pm to 11pm

Saturday: 8am to 11pm

Sunday: 8am to 6pm

$85 + HST for Non-Prime Time Hours
Monday to Friday: 8am to 4pm


Satisfies the excess demand for ice time at a lower cost
Youngest players begin their development on smaller ‘age-appropriate’ rinks
Smaller groups are more conducive for skill development (i.e. higher instructor-to-player ratio)
3-on-3 hockey ensures each player is more involved and handles puck more often teaching and fostering elusive “hockey sense”
Simulates ‘high traffic’ situations- players are forced to ‘read and react’ much faster…more 1v1 battles
Puck-handling skills are challenged by confined spaces; players must develop quick hands and superior skating edge control..more touches maximizes quality of ice time
Promotes puck protection techniques; puck positioning and strength on stick
Lateral skating ability, a trait that all top players possess, becomes a priority
Age appropriate training rink size for youth leagues

Discounted Next Day Ice

We are offering next day available ice at a discounted rate!

Monday to Friday

8:00am to 4:00pm    $65.00+hst per hour

4:00pm to 11:00pm  $100.00+hst per hour

Saturday

8:00am to 11:00pm  $100.00+hst per hour

Sunday

8:00am to 6:00pm  $100.00+hst per hour

Tournaments

MARCH

March Break – 3 on 3 Challenge

Novice Challenge

Monday, March 12th, 2018

8am to 4pm

Open Novice

$450 per team or $75 per individual

Full details and registration please click register: REGISTER

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Atom Challenge

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

8am to 4pm

Open Atom

$450 per team or $75 per individual

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Peewee Challenge

Friday, March 16th, 2018

8am to 4pm

Open Peewee

$450 per team or $75 per individual

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APRIL

3 on 3 Bay of Quinte Blast (Canlan Classic Tournament)

BOYS / GIRLS HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

APRIL 7, 2018 – APRIL 8, 2018

2012’s up to Midget

Full details and registration please click register: REGISTER

Public Skating

Public Skating Every Saturday and Sunday 2pm – 4pm $3 per person +HST

Rules of Conduct:

All patrons who participate in ice skating programs must respect the following rules:

Skate in the same direction as the other skaters
Horseplay, skating backwards, figure skating skills, speed skating is not permitted
Balls, pucks, chairs, pylons or hockey sticks are not to be used while skating (Skating aids will only be permitted during specially scheduled ‘Family Skates’) Headsets, cell phones, or hand held electronic devices are not to be used while skating
Children should wear helmets and mittens/gloves
Carrying of children is not permitted (games, tag, etc)
Strollers, wagons, toboggans, etc. are not permitted on the ice
Sitting or climbing over the boards is not permitted
Maximum ice capacity is 80 skaters
HELMETS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR EVERYONE ON THE ICE.

Reminder: Please leave valuables at home.

Please note the Public Skating schedule is updated on a monthly basis and is subject to change.

True Hockey Equipment is now available to purchase in the Rhino Sports Pro Shop.

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 Power Skating Skills

Power and Agility Skating with Chris Longo

Winter Sessions: 8 sessions for $199 plus HST
Monday’s from 5-6pm

Skates:
January 15
January 29
February 5
February 12
February 26
March 5
March 19
March 26

If you can’t skate, you can’t play .High-level instruction focusing on advanced techniques, balance, stride and recovery, edge control and agility. The program will also offer agility training. Our Agility Skating class is different from our Power Skating program as it focuses specifically on a player’s ability to balance on his or her skates and perform quick movements in small spaces. This segment of the course will centre on cross-overs, tight-turns, transition skating, acceleration, lateral movement, and overall quick feet combined with developing offensive techinques such as shooting, passing, and puck control. These are not Learn to Skate settings. These programs are designed to FURTHER ENHANCE the hockey player’s skating ability.

PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE RECEIVED FORMAL SKATING INSTRUCTION AND GRADUATED FROM A LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM PRIOR TO TAKING THESE CLASSES.


Power Skating Level 1 minimum skill requirements:
–parallel stops both left and right
-1 foot glides on flats, left and right, forwards and backwards
-1 foot glides on curves, inside and outside edges, left and right
-forward to backward pivot turns, left and right
-backward skating with correct technique and speed
-1 foot glides on flats, left and right, backwards
Power Skating Level 2 minimum skill requirements:
-must parallel stop left and right and perform fast crossover starts
-must skate backwards with speed and glide on 1 foot left and right with control
-must skate backwards on curve, glide on 1 foot, left and right, inside and outside edges
-forwards crossovers with correct technique-tight turns with speed and control, correct technique-pivots left and right with speed and control-knowledge of backwards crossovers