CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Good news for Coral Springs hockey fans – Florida Panthers IceDen is reopening with coronavirus limitations.
There’s no return to leagues or tournaments just yet, but lots of opportunities to get private lessons, according to a letter from the facility to patrons.
Private figure skating and private hockey lessons are being offered at the facility at 3299 Sportsplex Drive in Coral Springs.
For each category, a maximum of five coaches and 10 students will be allowed in the facility at one time.
Only paid skaters taking the lessons will be permitted on the ice. Each student will be allowed to bring a family member to the lesson.
The facility’s Panthers Pro Shop will be open for curbside service, 7 days a week from 11 – 5 pm. Curbside fittings and pick-up will be available during operating hours.
As part of the re-opening requirements, every person entering the facility is required to wear a face covering.
Meanwhile, the IceDen is continuing with renovations.
Operators have planned a more than $4 million project that includes renovating the “stadium” rink, redesigning the front entrance, upgrading the energy efficiency of the facility, updating locker rooms, and replacing flooring.
For information on the private lessons, called the IceDen at 954-341-9956.
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