"I have been making ice for
twelve years, pouring water into the ground of my 120' x 65' outdoor hockey
rink. This year I purchased a liner from "NiceRink" and it has made a big
difference in ice retention. Two years ago I purchased a used ice
resurfacer and refurbished it over the summer and built a heated garage for
"I have 42" high boards on
the side of the rink and 48" high boards on the net ends with wire backstops
to deflect pucks. The games played on the rink are scored electronically
with our very own lighted scoreboard. We have home and away jerseys with
"Glacial Crest Cardinal" Logo on front."
"I live in southeastern Wisconsin,
and at times it can be cold and we can get a ton of snow. The past few
years hasn't been all that cold and we haven't gotten that much snow. That
is the main reason for purchasing the liner. Too many thaws."
"Three generations of hockey
players have been playing on my rink for years now, including former students
that I have taught while they were in my Fifth Grade Class."
"The resurfacer is a 1980's
Olympia model that was found in northern
Wisconsin, in very bad shape
and needing some TLC. It took some time, but that machine looks as good
All I can say James is WOW!!!
This rink is truly unbelievable. You are probably the envy of every
visitor to this page. Thanks for sending in your amazing rink pic.