STAR will be in Edina, Minnesota on March 20th conducting a one-day ice resurfacing operations course at the Braemar Arena. Don't miss this opportunity to provide training for front-line staff members who operate the ice resurfacers in your facility. Click here to visit the webpage and sign up today!
From backyard rinks, to downtown community arenas, the passion for hockey exists all over this country. But which community’s passion for hockey burns brightest? Kraft Hockeyville is looking for America’s most passionate hockey community.
Up until March 18, 2015, tell us in 2,500 characters or less what makes your community so passionate about hockey. The winning community will walk away with the title of Kraft Hockeyville, and host a 2015-2016 NHL® Pre-Season Game in their community broadcast live from NBCSN, plus $150,000 towards upgrading their local arena courtesy of Kraft.
Nominations opened January 1.
We would like to get the snow removed from our roof but do not want to put any employees in danger doing this type of work. Are there any companies that we could use or check into locally? Are roofing companies the correct choice?
Click here to submit your response.
Thank you to those who responded to the recent electronic survey pertaining to the "Look-Up Line", which was distributed by STAR to every ice arena in the United States on behalf of the USA Hockey Safety Task Force.
CLICK HERE to read the USA Hockey Policy Statement about the Look-Up Line.
Serving The American Rinks (STAR) is a non-profit membership organization that provides education, resources and networking opportunities for individuals, facilities and vendors in the American ice rink industry.
STAR was formed in 2000 as a joint venture between USA Hockey and U.S. Figure Skating to foster the development, growth and success of ice skating facilities in the United States.