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06-21-2011, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Ih8theislanders View Post
This. My sister played on a team out of there and told me of the prices, so I plan on going a few times within the next few weeks. Also, I think she said they don't allow private lessons during open hockey. The one closest to my house...2/3s of the ice is covered by people having lessons. **** that ****.

They allow people to give lessons during open hockey? Are you sure you're not talking about stick time or public skating? That's where I usually see hockey and figure skating coaching/lessons going on in the middle of everything.

Before they built City Ice in Queens & Aviator in Brooklyn, Floyd Hall Arena (and Ice House in Hackensack) would be filled with many people coming to play from the city. I used to meet up and befriend many people from Manhattan, Queens or Brooklyn, but now it's much closer for them and not that much more expensive to stay in the city and play. They have more choices than 10 years ago. It was for the most part only Chelsea Piers or you had to drive out of the city or wait for outdoor rinks in the winter.

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