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Acord Ice Center

Acord Ice Center

5353 West 3100 South, West Valley City UT 84120 • 385-468-1965

Drop-In Hockey / Stick & Puck

Drop In / Stick & Puck Schedule May 

Drop In / Stick & Puck Schedule April

Facility Rules - Stick & Puck / Drop In Rules

Addition - Stick & Puck Rules (Updated as of 6-15-15)

County Facilities Coaching License 2016

Drop-In Hockey

Drop-in hockey sessions are available to play pick-up hockey.  During these sessions, players will typically divide into two teams and play a scrimmage game if there are enough players.  Referees are NOT present and players are responsible for supervising themselves. 

The players skill level will vary from novice to advance.  The maximum number of players allowed per session is 30 skaters and 3 goalies.  Full hockey equipment is required, including helmets, players under 18 must wear a helmet with a face mask. 

Drop In Hockey is for ages 15 and older, no exceptions.  Please confirm Drop In times with the current posted schedule.  The cost per player is $6 a session.

Stick and Puck Sessions

Stick and Puck sessions are for players of all ages and ability.  Players have the opportunity to practice hockey skills.  Each player is required to have a helmet, puck, stick, gloves, and any other equipment they choose to wear.  Full equipment is not required, but is highly recommended. Players under 18 must wear a helmet with a face mask.  The Stick and Puck sessions are limited to 25 skaters and 3 goalies in order to maintain a safe environment for everyone on the ice.  Games (scrimmaging) are not allowed. 

Parents are also welcome and encouraged to join their child on the ice during Stick and Puck sessions.  The cost per person is $6 a session.  Please confirm Stick and Puck times with the current posted schedule. 

Coaching at Acord Ice Center

If you are interested to coach or visit (guest) coach at any Salt Lake County ice facility, please fill out the license agreement at least 2 weeks before arriving.  All coaches must be approved prior to using a Salt Lake County ice facility.  If you have any questions, please contact Chris Billeter at 385-468-1970.
License to Use County Facilities for Professional Skating Instruction


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