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05-31-2012, 08:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarick View Post
It's a complete mess most of the time.

Usually one end is occupied by a handful of high schoolers who are shooting and skating and doing mini drills, there's inevitably one E-W lane that's got a dad trying to teach several kids how to skate, and then another group of mites running drills in another end, a handful of 8-10 year olds weaving in and out of everyone's way, and then I have nothing to do but shoot a puck at the boards because that's the only tiny amount of space left.

But sometimes there's only a few people out and the whole fresh ice and net is yours and it's awesome.
This is about right here. The weekend stick & puck's are a cluster, but they have weekday afternoon sessions that are better. Stick & puck here is usually "no shinny allowed" but if there are only a few people they don't really care what you do.

Reading some of the threads here I'm starting to realize we're kind of spoiled... Our rink has 6 drop-in sessions, 4-5 stick & puck, and 4-5 public skates every week.
And we have another rink where our junior team plays that does lunch drop-in on fridays during the winter too.

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