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11-20-2012, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by snovalleyhockeyfan View Post
Thanks for that info. I did not realize there were 13 rinks in the Puget Sound. I was only familiar with Sno-King, the Kent Valley rink, and Huscroft's deal, Castle Ice out towards Liberty High School east of Renton. Where are the others all located?
Main adult rec-league in Seattle: The league has 18 divisions of 4-8 teams in each.

Rinks: (north to south)
Comcast Arena (Everett)- where the WHL silvertips play. occasionally available for the GSHL and public skate
Everett Comcast Community Ice - in same building as Comcast Arena. Open skating daily & many GSHL games
Lynwood Ice Center - public, GSHL and other hockey use
Olympic View Arena (Mountlake terrace) - Olympic sized ice figure skating & multiple hockey groups use. UW club hockey. No public skating. Seattle Jr Hockey
Highland Ice Arena (Shoreline) - 2 sheets (regular & small sized), public & hockey use. Only rink north of Tacoma not used by GSHL.
Kingsgate Ice Arena (Kirkland) - public & various hockey use. Former T-birds practice ice. Run by SnoKing (Huscroft's group)
Key Arena - former home of WHL Thunderbirds. Occasionally ice is available for public use (in winter time) but rarely used anymore
Castle Ice (Renton) - 2 sheets (regular & small sized) public & hockey use. Run by SnoKing (Huscroft's group)
Kent Valley Ice Center - public & hockey use. Only rink with a restaurant/bar.
Showare Center (Kent) - where WHL Thunderbirds play. Minimal public use.
Puget Sound Hockey Center (Tacoma) - public and local hockey use. Apollo Ohno & short track speed skating here. Tacoma Jr Hockey. In old port warehouse.
Sprinker Rec Center (Tacoma/Spanaway) - public & local hockey use
Bremerton Ice Arena - across Puget Sound from Seattle with public & local hockey use

*All links take you to the arena's website.

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