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Former Glacial Garden-Lakewood rink becomes largest ice facility in Rinks family

May 2nd, 2013 · No Comments · Community

The National Hockey League (NHL) club has added Lakewood Ice, 3975 Pixie Ave., to The Rinks development program presented by Honda. Formerly known as Glacial Garden-Lakewood, Lakewood Ice becomes The Rinks’ largest of four ice facilities with three ice sheets.
Lakewood Ice joins locations in Anaheim, Westminster, Yorba Linda, Huntington Beach, Irvine, and Corona. The Ducks now operate seven local skating facilities, consisting of four ice rinks and three inline facilities. The Anaheim Ducks originally launched The Rinks development program on Feb. 13, 2009.
“This is a great day for The Rinks development program,” said Art Trottier, vice president of The Rinks. “Adding Lakewood Ice as the seventh member of The Rinks family gives the program its largest ice facility and a destination for residents in northwest Orange County.”
The Rinks-Lakewood Ice will offer youth and adult hockey programs, figure skating, a learn-to-skate program, public skating and broomball. In addition, the facility will also host group events, fundraisers and birthday parties. For registration and additional program information for all Rinks facilities, visit the-rinks.com.

Source: Anaheim Ducks

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