Welcome to the San Diego Ice Arena community!

SDICE network for Ice Skaters to connect, collaborate, share content and inspire each other.

Promoted
·
Added a post

Join the SDICE SKATING Fan Zone Community!

Are you passionate about all things ice skating? Do you love connecting with fellow enthusiasts and sharing your love for the sport? Look no further! The SdiceSkate Fan Zone is the perfect place for you to connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for ice skating.

Here's why you should join our community:

1️⃣ Connect with Fellow Skaters: Meet and connect with skaters from all around the world. Share tips, tricks, and experiences with a supportive and enthusiastic community.

2️⃣ Stay Updated: Get the latest news, updates, and announcements about ice skating events, gear, and trends. Stay in the loop with everything that's happening in the ice skating world.

3️⃣ Share Your Passion: Whether you're a seasoned skater or just starting out, our community welcomes everyone. Share your stories, photos, and videos, and inspire others with your love for ice skating.

4️⃣ Exclusive Content: Gain access to exclusive content, interviews with professional skaters, and behind-the-scenes insights into the ice skating industry.

Join us today and become a part of a vibrant and supportive ice skating community. Let's glide together and celebrate our love for this amazing sport!

See you at the SdiceSkate Fan Zone! --

·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile picture
·
Added a post

Slovakia upsets the US in OT at ice hockey worlds and Finland eases past Norway

PRAGUE —  

Slovakia upset the United States 5-4 when Milos Kelemen scored with 1:04 left in overtime at the ice hockey world championship on Monday.

The Americans were handed their second loss in three games.

Libor Hudacek, Simon Nemec and Patrik Koch also scored for the Slovaks and goaltender Samuel Hlavaj stopped 39 shots in Group B in Ostrava.

Down 4-1, the Americans made a three-goal comeback within 12:06 of the third period to force overtime.

Shane Pinto scored the second for the Americans between the pads of Hlavaj, Brady Tkachuk added an unassisted goal on a solo effort, and Luke Hughes scored with a snap shot with 3:22 left.

Kelemen with his first goal and Hudacek gave the Slovaks a 2-0 lead in the opening period.

Matt Boldy reduced the advantage to 2-1 on a rebound but Simon Nemec scored for Slovakia with a slap shot and Patrik Koch added the four goal 8:47 into the frame. They prompted U.S. coach John Hynes to substitute goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic with Trey Augustine.

Nedeljkovic allowed four goals from 16 shots. Augustine made eight saves.

The U.S. lost to Sweden 5-2 in its opening game and beat last year’s runner-up Germany 6-1.

Sweden has also routed Germany 6-1. Andre Burakovsky scored and added two assists and star defenseman Erik Karlsson had a goal and an assist.

Sweden is the only team in Group B with a perfect record of three wins in regulation from three.

Image CreditsSlovakian players celebrate at the end of the preliminary round match between United States and Slovakia at the Ice Hockey World Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic, Monday, May 13, 2024. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

 

(Darko Vojinovic / Associated Press)

·
Added a post
  • 2
·
Added a group

The Shining Blades are based in the Mira Mesa community of San Diego, California. We proudly represent the San Diego Figure Skating Club (SDFSC) in U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned competitions at the Preliminary and Pre-Juvenile levels.

As skaters’ skills improve, many advance on to our sister teams under Team del Sol.

At the 2022 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships our Preliminary team took the BRONZE medal and our Pre-Juvenile team took the SILVER.

·
changed a profile cover
  • 1
·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile cover
·
changed a profile cover
·
Added a post

Youth Hockey League

Spring/Summer

April 2nd, 2024 – August 25th, 2024

Practices will be held Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, or Sundays. Includes free public sessions during the season.

Sign up now online or in the SDIA Pro Shop.

SPRING – SUMMER 2024

WHEN

April 2nd, 2024 – August 25th, 2024

COST

$625

REGISTER FOR YOUTH HOCKEY LEAGUE




·
changed a profile picture
·
changed a profile cover
·
Added a post

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – We have High School Ice Hockey in San Diego? We sure do. The NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, run the “Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League” for schools throughout all of Southern California.

After defeating St. Mary’s in State Championship at Anaheim Ice Arena, The D1 San Diego Central Jets are headed to the USA High School Hockey National Championships in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Becoming the first San Diego Team to represent California in the Tournament.

“We’re just elated! We just want to go there and represent the league and the city as much as we can.” said Jets Head Coach and former San Diego Gulls Center (1995-2000) Brad Belland.

The Jets open up their National Championship schedule against the Centennial Coyotes (AZ) on Wednesday, March 20 at 4:00 p.m., then against the St. Anthony’s Friars (NY) on Thursday, March 21 at 10:15 a.m., before their final matchup of the group against Salt Lake City Stars (UT) at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, March 22. All matches can be streamed live at usahockeytv.com.

·
Added a post

‍JANUARY 26, 2024 - APRIL 4, 2024HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday: Closed

Tuesdays - Thursdays: 10am - 8pm (last entry 7pm)

Fridays & Saturdays: 10am - 9pm (last entry 8pm)

Sundays: 10am - 7pm (last entry 6pm)

LOCATION

Wyland Center at Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar CA 92014

GET DIRECTIONS

https://beyondvangogh.com/san-diego/van-gogh-san-diego-tickets/

Promoted
·
Added a post

Two-time U.S. champion Alysa Liu plans to return to figure skating competition next season, ending a two-year retirement.

A video compilation of Liu training jumps was posted on the 18-year-old American’s social media on Friday. The video ended with the lines “this 2024-25 season” and “back on the ice.”

U.S. Figure Skating later confirmed that the skater plans to compete next season, which begins in earnest in September.

“It was good for me to take time off from skating, and I am beyond excited to begin skating again with my newly found perspective,” she said, according to USFS.

Before retiring in April 2022, Liu made history in her early teens.

In 2019, at age 13, she broke Tara Lipinski‘s record as the youngest senior U.S. figure skating champion. She repeated as national champion in 2020.

She was also the youngest woman to land a triple Axel internationally (age 12) and the first U.S. woman to land a quadruple jump in competition (age 14).

Liu was the top American woman at the 2022 Olympics (sixth place), then earned bronze at the post-Olympic world championships.

She announced her retirement two weeks later in April 2022, saying she was done with her figure skating goals and ready to move on with her life.

https://www.nbcsports.com/olympics/news/alysa-liu-comeback-figure-skating


·
Added a group

Welcome to the SDIA YOUTH Ice Hockey Program 

SDIA Youth Hockey League is fun!

SDIA Youth Hockey League is fun! Experience the joy of carrying the puck up the ice on a breakaway and the excitement of scoring a goal or making an amazing save.

With an emphasis on fun and safety, our youth league develops skills on the ice, confidence, pride, focus, responsibility & teamwork.

From the bonds created in the locker room to the relationships formed on the ice - hockey creates lifelong friendships. Hockey encourages time management skills that help kids balance school, responsibilities at home, playing with friends and time at the rink. We offer a house league program for all youth ages, as well as tournament and travel team options for you and your favorite hockey player(s) to choose from.

 If your child is interested in learning to play hockey, try our 6 weeks free learn to play hockey for ages 4+.

·
changed a profile cover
·
Added a post

Madison Chock and Evan Bates compete in championship ice dance

at the U.S. figure skating championships Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Madison Chock and Evan Bates have become so dominant in ice dance that not even a sudden illness could stop them Saturday.

Two days after they began developing flu-like symptoms, the longtime figure skating partners took to the ice and laid down a free dance at the U.S. championships that was good enough for gold. Chock and Bates scored 215.92 points to easily outdistance Christina Carreira and Anthony Ponomarenko for their third straight title and fifth overall.

“I think Evan and I have always had a lot of determination and willpower,” Chock said, “and we thought, ‘Would we regret not going for it and just trying our best today?’ And when the answer to that question was, ‘Yes,’ we were like, ‘OK, let’s go make it happen. Let’s step out there and give it all we’ve got.’ We did that today and I’m really proud.”

by: DAVE SKRETTA, Associated Press

Posted: Jan 27, 2024 / 07:19 PM PST

Updated: Jan 27, 2024 / 08:56 PM PST

  • 2
Featured People