Stick and Puck provides practice ice for hockey players.
Goals and pucks are provided.
Please review RULES & CONDUCT before attending
Admission & Registration
All players and coaches must register online for sessions in advance and check in upon arrival at the rink. If you are new to our online registration process or have questions, please review our Self Service Account Instructions.
The membership admission price is $20 for skaters and all coaches. Goalie admission is $10.
Package purchases are non-refundable. No Cancellations.
Attendance is typically restricted to 26 skaters and four goalies.
Registration closes at the session start time or when the session fills.
If not all spaces are claimed via online registration, then walk on customers are admitted at $25 per skater and $15 per goalie.
Rules & Conduct
Full gear is required for under 18yrs old . Helmet, gloves and long pants are required for 18yrs old and older. No shorts. For more information concerning what gear is required please consult our Gear Guide.
Sessions are not suitable for beginning skaters. Inexperienced youth players should be accompanied by an adult.
Slapshots or other hard shots are not permitted when other skaters are near the goal.
Full and half ice scrimmages are not permitted.
Small area games are permitted if they do not interfere with other skaters and are confined to one goal.
The Manager On Duty has full discretion to limit or prohibit any games, drills, lessons or activities which they deem unsafe or disruptive to other customers.
Players that disobey rules or instructions from the rink staff may be ejected from the ice and the facility without a refund.
Only coaches that have been granted permission by the Hockey Department may teach private hockey lessons at the Pineville Ice House.
A lesson must consist of one coach and only one, two or three skaters.
Group lessons with four or more students are not permitted.
Skaters not in a lesson have the right of way.
Coaches must accommodate and respect all skaters on the ice.
The Rink Manager may impose additional restrictions or prohibit a lesson.
Lessons may not monopolize goals, pucks or space.
Training aids such as cones or stick handling tools must be confined to the space immediately around the coach and student.