- Parks & Recreation
- Recreation Facilities
- Allen Community Ice Rink
- Adult Hockey Programs
Adult Hockey Programs
Allen Community Ice Rink offers programs for adult skaters at all skill levels. Beginner Hockey Skating programs are excellent for those just starting out and Advanced Hockey Skating programs are perfect for those who are more seasoned. Already a confident skater? Check out our Adult Hockey Skills Class to advance your hockey skills.
Adult Hockey 1 Skating
A semester course within the Allen Academy of Skating Learn to Skate program that expands on the basic hockey skating skills that are learned in Beginner Hockey Skating: hockey stance, glide hop 1 foot, tight turn, forward c-cuts, forward crossovers, c-cuts, swizzles backwards, backwards c-cuts, backwards crossovers, control stop, hockey stop, v-starts, side v-starts, double leg backward stop.
Adult Hockey Skills
Join us for a full ice skills session with Coach Wes and Coach Tim. Sessions will focus on: skating, shooting, passing, body-positioning, and stick handling, as well as game strategy and positioning. Full equipment and playing experience is required. Dates, times, and pricing is available on the Adult Hockey Skills flyer.
Allen Adult Hockey League - Division (AAHL I)
The Instructional Division (AAHL I) is designed for individuals with minimal ice hockey experience who want to develop their general hockey skills and improve their team play. Division emphasis will be to teach the basic skills and concepts of hockey: skating, stick-handling, shooting, passing, stick-checking, angling, positioning, and breakouts.
Allen Adult Hockey League - D2 Division (AAHL D2)
The D2 Division is specifically designed for players/teams that are leaving the AAHL I League Division and are ready for the next level. This division is primarily made up of those who have learned to play hockey as adults.
Allen Adult Hockey League - D Division (AAHL D)
The D Division (AAHL D) is designed for novice-level players, 21 years of age and older. Although some players may have 5+ years of playing experience (either as an adult or a youth), this experience is not to have exceeded the adult novice, or beginner youth levels. Some players may have high school experience. Players that have played competitive hockey (i.e. Varsity High School, Juniors, etc.) or are playing in a league classified as “C” or higher will have to be evaluated prior to being added to the roster.
Legends Over 35 League
The Allen Adult Hockey Over 35 League (AAHL Over 35) is designed for Beginner level through Expert level players 35 years of age and older. The league emphasis will be to create a fun, enjoyable and competitive environment for players with average to above average skill abilities and a good understanding of team play.
Stick Time (All Ages)
Stick-time provides an opportunity for players to practice their skills by themselves or one-on-one with a coach. Cost is $12 per player.
Reservations are not accepted by telephone. Players may not sign in and pay for pickup earlier than 1.5 hours (90 min) prior to the start of the session.