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COVID-19 Updates

May 28th, 2020


Our June 15th and June 22nd Summer Camps have been canceled. We have reached out to all registered players to reschedule to another week or receive a refund.

Rodman Arena is planning to reopen the first week of July while following social distancing rules. The facility will be laid out for one way traffic, have floor and wall markings, sanitizing stations, limited to no use of locker rooms, and limited (and possibly none) spectators. Players will be required to bring their own water bottles and will be required to social distance. While not required, we recommend full face shields instead of cages on helmets. Full details on the reopening, and the precautions you can expect, will be posted in the near future.

It is still our hope to run all delayed programs from March and we are currently evaluating the dates that we have available to fit those programs in. We will reach out soon with new dates and/or refund options.


April 25th, 2020


It is our intention to start up all delayed programs again in June, however we are awaiting the next directive from the state (due in May). Once we receive the guidelines we will email all participants and update the website to reflect the new dates.

April 7th, 2020


We're offering a free summer camp to all medical professionals!

MARCH 31ST, 2020


Both the Olympic and NHL rinks have been removed for the time being. We expect to release all updated program dates and information on May 1st.

March 16th, 2020


To our valued friends and families of the Rodman Arena,

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic and in following with government guidelines we will be closing rink operations until April 6th.  All programs scheduled during our time of closure will be postponed to a later date.  As updates are made they will become available right here at

As this time brings so much fear and uncertainty of the unknown to everyone in our community we implore you to keep your families safe by taking all advice and precautions recommended by the CDC and our local and federal government.  Although it may be hard to see silver linings at this time, may we all find gratitude and simple pleasures in spending time with our loved ones.

We look forward to seeing everyone upon reopen so that we can get back to our lives as usual and the game of hockey we all love. 

Rob Barletta