1. Evgeni Sergeev

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    Make sure you ask for the “hockey” skates when you buy your ticket. They *are* more expensive, but it’s only about 10% extra, and you’ll have 10x more fun. You’ll be able to slide and not hobble on the ice. The “figure skates” that are included by default do look like skates from a distance, but don’t be fooled, the boot is very soft and every session there are a few first-timers walking along with the blades bent outwards with everyone else skating past them. When I first came here, I tried 3 pairs of the so-called “figure skates” and all of them had the right blade bending sideways uncontrollably. There is really not much skating that can be done like that.

  2. Liam O

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    I’ve been there twice in the last 18 months. The first time my partner and I both nearly fractured our ankles. Second time much better where i assisted in my partners sisters birthday. The blades are shocking and need to be well maintained. The blades with the clips instead of the laces are better.

  3. Davy Rockett

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    I rang up to enquire about the drop-in ice hockey sessions they hold for the public. I didn’t wish to participate, only to watch. The worker told me there’s usually a $4 spectator fee but he felt it was absolutely “ridiculous” to charge me just to watch. I agreed…The next day, I spent 45 minutes to get there. There were about 5-10 teenagers practising stick drills on the ice. It must’ve been a different worker because he was pretty adamant about the $4 dollar fee. There was only 20 minutes left till the session ended. $4 to sit down and watch 5 teenagers practising ice hockey for 20 minutes. Is that how you encourage people to take up any ice related activity at your arena????

  4. Maddy The Loomer

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    I had my birthday party there and it made my day! Me and my bff r going today with my free pass

  5. Sarah Goodwin

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    Fun