Adult Hockey

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers a hockey specific skating lessons for participants of all ages and ability levels as part of our Learn to Skate program. Levels offered range from beginner to advanced.

CLASS LEVEL / DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
Teen/Adult Beginner
Players learn beginning skating skills and hockey basics. Full gear is not required, but helmets are recommended.
Teen/Adult Intermediate (Prerequisite Teen/Adult Beginner)
Players improve skating fundamentals (forwards, backwards, turns, and stops) along with individual hockey skills such as stick handling, passing, and shooting.
Full gear is required for this class.
Teen/Adult Advanced
(Prerequisite Teen/Adult Intermediate)
Players will improve puck handling skills and defensive maneuvers. A “mini-scrimmage” at the end of class provides experience and game action.
Full gear is required for this class.
Womens Hockey
(Prerequisite Teen/Adult Beginner)
Players improve skating fundamentals (forwards, backwards, turns, and stops) along with individual hockey skills such as stick handling, passing, and shooting.
Full gear is required for this class.

Stick Time sessions are open to hockey players of all levels ages six years and older and can help improve skating and shooting skills.When coach lessons are conducted on the lobby end, the non-lesson practice area is at the far end of the ice. The maximum number of players on that end will be reduced when only half the ice is available.

Adult Pick-Up sessions are open to hockey players ages 18 years and older. Players can improve their game skills during this scrimmage. Maximum of 26 players and four goalies. No checkingallowed.

Stick Time and Pick-Up session registration is only available online on a first-come basis. When the session is full, additional skaters cannot be added (even if you have a coach lesson scheduled on a Stick Time session). Online registration is required before the session begins. All players and goalies must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.

Full gear is required for all sessions – no exceptions.  All participants must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink and conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center’s league has four division levels for first-time to advance players. Each division plays a 20-week season starting in the spring and fall. All participants must be 18 years and older.

Newcomers who want to join a team can attend a draft skate session prior to the start of each new season. The Pasadena Ice Skating Center’s hockey director and team captains are on hand during these sessions to evaluate skills and help with correct division placement.

As schedule allows, various clinics and workshops are available for adult hockey players.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center coaches conduct private lessons for skaters of all ages and ability levels. Private lessons – along with regular practice – can quickly improve individual skating skills. The Pasadena Ice Skating Center’s independent contractor coaches manage their own lesson schedule and use the facility to teach lessons. There are two ways to set-up a private lesson:

  1. Observe and meet the coach at the rink to discuss lesson options and schedules.
  2. Fill-out a “Private Lesson Request Form in the pro shop. An available coach will be in touch.

NOTE:

  • Lesson fees are paid directly to the coach.
  • Session admission fee must be paid to the rink for each public and/or stick time session.
  • Skaters enrolled in a skating school group class can arrange a private lesson on their class day or during their free practice session to avoid additional admission fee charges.