The Fogerty Arena, a non-profit facility located in Blaine, is owned and ran by both the Blaine and the Spring Lake hockey communities. They are host to both youth and adult hockey activities and the public is also welcome to come in and ice skate for a small admission fee. Seniors can skate free of charge and receive free coffee and donuts as well.
The facility has two ice rinks that are NHL regulation size. The South Rink is the biggest rink seating 2000 people in heated seats. The North Rink is much smaller with heated seating for only 300 people. The rink also includes a concession stand, vending machines, and arcade games for patrons to enjoy. In addition, there are multiple locker rooms as well as a small shop that does skate sharpening using professional equipment.
The Training Center
The Fogerty Arena also has a dry-land training facility that is 3000 square feet where hockey players can develop their skills through the use of various types of equipment. The training center is set up according to specific skill categories.
One section offers weight training, one section is for learning how to handle a hockey stick appropriately and for building lower body strength, and the final section is for developing shooting skills and for goalie training.
If you are an organization or group that would like to purchase ice time in the arena, you can do so for a fee. More information about this is available on fogertyarena.com. If you have a youth who is interested in playing hockey, Fogerty Arena offers a variety of activities for youths.
They offer multiple types of training camps at various times throughout the year, with some ongoing. Youths will learn the basics of playing hockey, as well as have the opportunity to build their hockey-playing skills in numerous ways.