Ice Skating in Hamilton


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  • Cambridge Ice Centre
    Established: 2002 Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Recommended Age Group: All Ages If it happens on ice, it's probably happening at Cambridge Ice Centre. Set inside a bustling mall, the NHL-sized rink hosts open skating every day but Friday. For anyone into figure skating, Ticket Ice sessions open up the ice as an artful practice space on weekday afternoons. Parties are a frequent sighting here too, with a 1,700-square-foot party room that's fit for birthday rentals or a place to stay when you just need more bonding time with the ice.
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    355 Hespeler Rd.
    Cambridge, ON CA
  • Preston Figure Skating Club
    The Preston Figure Skating Club trains skaters in everything from basic techniques to complex jumps and spins. Students start out in the preschool program, where they learn how to glide over the ice. They then move up through lessons until they develop the skills they need to compete. Hockey lessons build on basic skating techniques by teaching students how to move quickly over the ice in pads.
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    1458 Hamilton Street
    Cambridge, ON CA
  • Kitchener/Waterloo
    Recipient of an OHL Championship with the 2008 Kitchener Rangers, Matt Smith harnesses his extensive playing and elite-level coaching experience to imbue young goalies with fundamental and advanced defensive techniques. One-on-one and two-to-one training sessions review goalie-specific skating skills and blocking strategies on a synthetic ice surface with limited resistance to enhance speed and performance. On-ice staff consistently encourages pupils during each drill with positive reinforcement, constructive criticism, and obscure nicknames. The off-ice staff improves apprentices' abilities outside of the rink with workout routines that enrich balance, fortify cores, and improve flexibility so players can stealthily sneak through penalty-box trapdoors.
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    1585 Victoria Street North
    Kitchener, ON CA
  • Brampton Battalion Hockey Club
    Longtime OHL coach Stan Butler is on his way to leading the Brampton Battalion to a tenth consecutive trip to the playoffs. Over the Batallion's relatively short lifespan, 35 players have been drafted to the NHL, with 13 signing on professionally, including Raffi Torres, Wojtek Wolski, and Matt Duchene. The current roster boasts a similar stock of promising talent, including one rising star who is legally allowed to play with two sticks and infinite distraction pucks.
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    7575 Kennedy Rd
    Brampton, ON CA
  • Sonya's Skating School
    Captained by its accomplished namesake, Sonya's Skating School's team of NCCP-certified coaches ingrains ice-trekking pupils with proper skating technique while enhancing their strength, speed, and agility through individual correction. One-hour sessions imbue apprentices with boot and blade awareness, crossover control, and longer strides through drills performed by foremost NHL players and zambonis training for marathons. Recent revisions to the school's regimen include the addition of pucks and sticks to some skating programs, and cardiovascular exercises choreographed to music, all intended to improve the skills of hockey hopefuls. Sonya's Skating School does not teach beginner blade-wearers how to skate, so participants must be able to glide forward, backward, and across ice sculptures of juggling polar bears before arrival. Customers should consult the school's schedule for class times.
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    1120 Martin Grove Road
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Canlan Ice Sports - York
    A sprawling sports complex housing five meticulously maintained NHL-size rinks and one Olympic-size rink, Canlan Ice Sports equips patrons of all ages with the space to hone their skating prowess. Nascent MVPs can lace up for public programs, such as the stick-and-puck program, wherein participants run through essential hockey playing skills such as passing, shooting, and lassoing wild zambonis at their own pace. The adult shinny program facilitates casual pickup games, and public skate times enable bladed feet to strut their stuff. As adults carve the ice or enjoy a frothy beverage at the Thirsty Penguin Grillhouse, their kids can dart and dash at the indoor PlayZone. Designed for tykes between the ages of 2 and 12, the pastel-hued playland features slides, tunnels, and an area reserved for toddlers. Staff supervisors are on hand to ensure safe play and arbitrate juice box property disputes, and parents receive a pager that caretakers can buzz if any issues arise.
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    989 Murray Ross Pky
    Toronto, ON CA

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