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September 2018

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SEPTEMBER 2018 USAHOCKEYMAGAZINE.COM // 19 SEPTEMBER 2018 USAHOCKEYMAGAZINE.COM // 19 Whether you're looking to brush up on your stickhandling skills or gather the family for a game, there's no better place to play than your own backyard. Check out these superb rinks and liners to help you have your best winter yet. // 19 NICERINK Established in 1991, NiceRink is the 4th generation, family owned originator of the modern outdoor ice rink. The fully-integrated NiceRink bracket side board support system, features the best ultra- strong tear resistant, super-white, ice rink liners available. Engineered, durable, lightweight plastic boards. Set-up takes as little as 40 minutes. Utilize our NiceIce resurfacer to create glass-like ice. NICERINK.COM CUSTOM ICE RINKS Custom Ice makes it easy to own and operate a backyard rink. Our refrigerated ice rink systems let you maintain ice up to 50°F giving you a reliable and consistent ice surface for up to five months. Both portable and permanent rink options are available in many sizes, shapes and designs. CUSTOMICERINKS.COM EZ ICE America's fastest-growing backyard rink company. EZ ICE's unique technology eliminates the need to drive stakes into your lawn. Simplest and easiest assembly–in as little as five minutes, on any surface, without tools. Superior engineering and design. The future of backyard hockey. Made in USA. Features durable Blue Lake liners. EZICERINKS.COM BLUE LAKE PLASTICS Blue Lake Plastics offers 6mil ISO 9001:2000 certified all-white rink liners. Our simple and easy ordering process means all orders ship the next business day. Blue Lake Plastics also sells containment netting in three popular sizes, assuring that pucks stay in your rink. Proudly supplies liners for EZ ICE. BLUELAKEPLASTICS.COM 2018 backyard RINK GUIDE SEPTEMBER 2018 USAHOCKEYMAGAZINE.COM // 19

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