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02-19-2010, 09:58 PM
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Local Hockey?

Hey guys, I may potentially be transferring to ASU and I was wondering if there is any roller or ice leagues around the Phoenix area? Thanks guys

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http://www.oceansideicearena.net/
http://www.polaricechandler.com/
http://arcadiaice.com/
http://coyotesice.com/

most of the ice rinks. I play at the Ice den (last link).

dont know anything about roller.

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http://www.oceansideicearena.net/
http://www.polaricechandler.com/
http://arcadiaice.com/
http://coyotesice.com/

most of the ice rinks. I play at the Ice den (last link).

dont know anything about roller.

Also
polaricepeoria.com
polaricegilbert.com

Two indoor roller hockey rinks:
castlesportsclub.com
rollerplex.com

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Rollerplex is going out of business last I heard. My friend knows Justin from the Coyotes promo team/paw patrol and he used to work at Rollerplex. Also my friend Drew used to be in leagues for at least 12 years if not more. He moved to ice recently but he told me that Rollerplex isnt doing well.

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http://www.sundevilhockey.com/

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Man I'd love to try to play again. I haven't played since middle school and would love to pick up the stick again. Maybe I should take baby steps. Join a kid's league. lmao

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Rollerplex is going out of business last I heard. My friend knows Justin from the Coyotes promo team/paw patrol and he used to work at Rollerplex. Also my friend Drew used to be in leagues for at least 12 years if not more. He moved to ice recently but he told me that Rollerplex isnt doing well.
I believe, Rollerplex (inline) is being bought out (again) by another company. This time its the guys that run National Youth Sports AZ... (which could be a good thing, coz they will include hockey in their progams)..

...not sure about all of these, but that's talk I heard around the ice rinks...

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Is hockey relatively strong out there? Do a lot of people play?

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Is hockey relatively strong out there? Do a lot of people play?

Yes and no. The population is HUGE out here. By percentage no, but rinks and leagues are full most of the time.

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Two indoor roller hockey rinks:
castlesportsclub.com
rollerplex.com

I can only speak for roller. I play at Castle Sports Club, and it is a very well managed place, with pretty full leagues of all skills.

Barney Family Sports Complex is a very new roller facility out in Queen Creek as well with an amazingly ice-like surface. High-level drop-in on Wednesday nights, but man, is that place far from Tempe!

http://www.thebfsc.com/

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For roller I personally like the Castle much better over Rollerplex. As far as Ice goes any of the Polar Ice or Alltel (the coyotesice link) are your best bet.

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