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06-05-2010, 07:35 PM
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Looking for Rink Dimensions

Does anyone know what the dimensions of the ice surface are for rinks like North Toronto? Also just wondering if there is a standard size for those kind of youth hockey rinks in toronto...it would be interesting to know.

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I would expect it to be standard 200x85. I assume most rinks in North America, especially Canada, would have the standard rink size.

I always thought that the ice surfaces for these kind of rinks were smaller than the NHL dimensions.

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I always thought that the ice surfaces for these kind of rinks were smaller than the NHL dimensions.
Generally NHL size or smaller. When they are smaller you get all kinds of variations on where you put the lines, length to width ratio etc.

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The lines don't matter...I'm just interested in the rinks dimensions.

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Does anyone know what the dimensions of the ice surface are for rinks like North Toronto? Also just wondering if there is a standard size for those kind of youth hockey rinks in toronto...it would be interesting to know.

thanx!!!!
What ice are you talking about?

Future stars has 2 very narrow rinks that are basically "the slot" and 2 nets. I played net in there once and I'll never do that again.

Canlan Scarborough has 4 200x85 pads. (I love canlan the Ice has been getting better over the last 2 years) The hockey lanes has a small synth rink I don't know the dimensions.

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I played a lot at North Toronto Arena growing up so I was curious about what it's rink dimensions were. I always thought these kind of ice surfaces were smaller than NHL surfaces.

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If I play in North TO, I'll make sure to bring a tape measure with me.

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So does anyone know if these kind of arenas have the same size ice dimensions as NHL rinks? thanx!!

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So does anyone know if these kind of arenas have the same size ice dimensions as NHL rinks? thanx!!
Canlan ice sports SCARBOROUGH has 4, 200 X 85 rinks, most rinks in the GTA are 200 x 85

Why?

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All the new rinks built in the US over the last 15 or so years seem to be built with at least 2 ice surfaces (economy of scale) one NHL and the other Olympic (200x100)

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Stouffville as a new sports complex that has 2 NHL pads and shinny on Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM for $5.25 CAD. the ice is on par with Centennial in Markham.

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