Rat Hockey/Stick & Puck
February Rat Hockey Ticket Raffle
Play Hockey - Win Blackhawks Tickets
Throughout the month of February, MB Ice Arena is offering an added incentive to all rat hockey and stick & puck participants. Any individual who pays admission for any drop in hockey slot from February 10th to February 28th is eligible to enter a raffle to win two tickets to the Chicago Blackhawks Game on Thursday March 8th against the Carolina Hurricane. The winner of the raffle will be drawn after the last open hockey session on 2/28. Players who attend multiple open hockey sessions can receive multiple entries into the drawing. For questions please call the rink at 312-455-7600.
Rat Hockey - The MB Ice Arena offers the chance to get on the ice for a friendly pick-up game during Rat Hockey Sessions. Players should arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to the start time of each skate. Participants will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Must be 18 years or older. Full equipment is required.
Stick and Puck - Stick and Puck is also offered at the MB Ice Arena for skaters of all ages. These ice times are a great way to develop and maintain individual skill sets in a controlled environment. It is also a great chance for families to enjoy the ice together. Stick and Puck is an opportunity for players to experience the new Blackhawk's practice facility. Open to all ages. Helmet, stick, and gloves are required.
Please view calendar for updated schedule.
Rat Hockey and Stick and Puck times may be adjusted or cancelled based on ice availability. Rat hockey or stick and puck times may also be added on holidays or when open ice is available. For a detailed open hockey schedule click the link below.
Rat Hockey / Stick and Puck Pricing:
Players: $12 per skater
*Punch Card: 10 visits for $90
Parking: Free parking is available in the MB Ice Arena lot. Parking spaces are limited, but street parking is also available.
*Please note that a punch card does not guarantee you a spot during a rat hockey or stick and puck time. Spots are always available on a first-come, first-served basis.