Hockey

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center is the ideal place for hockey skaters to practice and improve their skills. Skaters of all ages and ability levels participate in hockey Learn-To-Skate group classes, Little Kings Academy, skills clinics, the Pasadena Maple Leafs youth hockey association, and an adult in-house league.

The Pasadena Ice Skating Center offers a variety of group lessons for all ages and ability levels. Each class is a step-by-step progression that develops each skater as they improve their skating skills. Skaters must successfully complete the current level before they can graduate to the next class level.

Current Semester / Fall (September 21 – November 20)
Fall (September 21 – November 20)
Future Semesters
Winter
(November 30 – February 12)
*No classes December 21 – January 1
Early Spring
(February 15 – April 23)
Spring
(April 26 – July 2)
Summer
(July 6 – September 10)

How do I cancel a class and request a refund or credit?

To request any refund or credit for a 9-10 week class, a Refund Request Form must be received by the 5th week of the current class semester. For a 5-week class, the form must be received before the 3rd class.

  • Credit/refunds will be calculated based on the date on the Refund Request Form.
  • Credit will be issued for the remaining classes and can be used for a future semester.
  • Refunds are issued only by company check regardless of payment method and it can take 4-6 weeks to process your request. There is a $25 administration fee for each refund request that will be deducted from the remaining balance due.

Session Schedule & Price is Subject to Change.

REGISTRATION SEASON /
Winter
January – March
Spring
April – June
Summer
July – September
Fall
October – December

Hockey Coach Lesson sessions are open to hockey players of all levels six years and older. Skaters must have a pre-scheduled lesson with an Authorized PISC Instructor to join session.

  • All players and goalies must complete session registration on a first-come basis. Online pre-registration and on-site registration available. (Check with rink for registration availability)
  • All players and goalies must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.
  • All players and goalies must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink.
  • Additional skaters cannot be added once a session is full – no exceptions.
  • Full gear required – no exceptions.
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Player
(Online Pre-Registration)
$18 /per session
Player
(On-Site Registration)
$23 /per session
Goalie
(Online Pre-Registration)
$10 /per session
Goalie
(On-Site Registration)
$15 /per session

Stick Time sessions are open to hockey players of all levels six years and older. Stick Time sessions can help improve skating and shooting skills. Stick Time sessions are for individual practice of hockey skills & drills only. No partner play or anything resembling any scrimmage or game scenario. No lessons allowed.

  • All players and goalies must complete session registration on a first-come basis. Online pre-registration and on-site registration available. (Check with rink for registration availability)
  • All players and goalies must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.
  • All players and goalies must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink.
  • Additional skaters cannot be added once a session is full – no exceptions.
  • Full gear required – no exceptions.
/
Player
(Online Pre-Registration)
$18 /per session
Player
(On-Site Registration)
$23 /per session
Goalie
(Online Pre-Registration)
$10 /per session
Goalie
(On-Site Registration)
$15 /per session

Adult Pick-Up sessions are open to players 18 years and older. Players can improve their game skills during this scrimmage. Maximum of 26 players and 3 goalies. No checking allowed.

  • All players and goalies must complete session registration on a first-come basis. Online pre-registration and on-site registration available. (Check with rink for registration availability)
  • All players and goalies must check-in with rink staff before entering the ice for each session.
  • All participants must follow the session guidelines posted at the rink and conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times.
  • Additional skaters cannot be added once a session is full – no exceptions.
  • Full gear required – no exceptions.
/
Player
(Online Pre-Registration)
$22 /per session
Player
(On-Site Registration)
$27 /per session

How do I cancel registration and request a refund or credit?

Refund or credit must be requested before the start of the registered session to the rink’s Office Manager.

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 schedules and use our facility to teach their 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 and an available coach will be in touch.

NOTE:

  • Lesson fees are paid directly to the coach.
  • Rink admission fee must be paid for each public and/or Hockey Coach Lesson session.
  • Skaters currently 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.