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Great sight lines on either sheet of ice. Good sound system makes it easy to hear. Not many seats with backing, so be prepared for bench seating and sore backs. My only real complaint would be the families of skaters who, once their little cherub...More
Center Ice Arena is a great location for a tournament weekend. Both sheets of ice are easily seen. There's a suite that can be rented. There are multiple rooms for team get meetings or dinners. And there is a Mancino's Pizza shop. Come on up....More
I joined this gym in March and am so glad I did. Monthly charge is only $25 and they offer a very good program of different classes for all fitness levels. Instructors are well trained and you can also get personalized help for an additional...More
Attended the TCFSC Spring show - Princesses and Villains on Ice. Sound was excellent and sight lines were very good. Enough concessions to keep you fed and watered. Other sheet of ice had club hockey going. More than enough parking available.
Since I have spent a majority of my life both on the ice and in the stands, this is a comfortable place where kids can play upstairs, get great pizza at the small eatery up stairs and enjoy a great game of hockey... everything is...More
The Redwings were in town for their training camp, and my brother and I couldn't miss them. Lining up tickets the day prior was a little tough, due to the confusing website, but once there, Todd lined us out with great seats. He's an asset...More
This is a beautiful ice arena, which is well-maintained and clean. There are lots of activities using this facility. The Red-Wings have their pre-season efforts here. Nice place with everything you need.
Nice building with large lobby, work out rooms upstairs + inside viewing areas. Well kept and clean locker rooms, rest rooms. Good ice surfaces. No reason not to skate here, enter tournaments, see the Wings in the late Summer, etc. Say "hi" to Terry Marchand...More