|Address:||1851 Landwehr Road
Glenview, IL 60026
||Mon.-Fri. 8:30 am-7pm
Sa. 9 am- 2 pm
Su. 10 am-2 pm
Fast and Fun
Since 1987, our internationally recognized Hockey Director, Sylvain Turcotte, has built our hockey program into one of the strongest in the area. Sylvain and his staff take special joy in sharing their enthusiasm for the game with their students and feel rewarded as they see their students progress from the fundamentals of the game to the teamwork necessary for success in hockey as well as in life. Sylvain particularly enjoys working with very young skaters and is also gratified to see a growing number of girls in our area taking up the sport.
Getting Started – Introduction to Hockey
To provide 3-10 year olds with a chance to try hockey without committing to a full session, the Glenview Ice Center offers sessions of three to four 30-minute classes called “Intro to Development Hockey” several times a year. These sessions cost only $15 and include a helmet, skates, stick and instruction. Our next session of Intro to Development Hockey will be offered in Fall 2014.
The Next Step – Development Hockey Classes
Once your child has an interest in hockey, they can sign up for full sessions of Development Hockey Lessons which are offered several times a year for children ages 3-10. For information on our next session of Development Hockey Lessons, click here.
Getting Serious – House League
Once a player has completed Level 2 of Development Hockey, he/she is ready to join the Glenview Grizzlies Youth Hockey League. It is open to all hockey players between the ages of 5 and 15 years. Program fee includes team jersey, socks and nameplate. Rating sessions begin in September and league play takes place October through mid-March. For information on our House League, click here.
Fine Tuning Your Skills – Clinics
The Glenview Ice Center offers a variety of clinics throughout the year for youth and adults. The following clinics are being offered for the current season:
Youth Spring Hockey Clinics– Click here for information and forms.
Spring Adult Hockey Clinic– Click here for information and forms.
3 on 3 Youth Leagues– Click here for information and forms.
Taking It to the Next Level – Travel League
The Glenview Stars is an “affiliate organization” of the Glenview Park District. The Stars is a travel hockey organization that is based out of the Glenview Ice Center. Players register through the Stars (not the park district) and travel locally and as far away as Canada to compete in games and tournaments. For more information on this Travel League, click here. For information on the Glenview Stars Hockey Association, you can contact them directly at www.glenviewstars.org.
If you need additional instruction, you may approach the instructor of your choice directly or contact Hockey Director Sylvain Turcotte for a recommendation. Each instructor has their own fee and the cost of ice time is added to the fee.
For more information on any of our hockey programs, please call Sylvain Turcotte at (847) 724-2800 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Hockey (“Rat Time”)
If you are a former “rink rat” looking for the chance to play an occasional pick-up game, Open Hockey, or “Rat Time” is for you. Pick up hockey games are formed for players age 18 and up. Full equipment required. No advance registration necessary, just show up.
Tu, Th: 12:15-2 pm (Call in advance, rink may close open hockey for special event.)
$10/skater or buy a 10-time Rat Pass for $85. Goalies play free./strong