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Hockey at the Schwan Super Rink

The hockey programs offered at the Schwan Super Rink are second to none. Our experienced, professional staff work year-round on our leagues, tournaments and development programs. We offer something for every level hockey player, both male and female. Explore our programs and sign-up today to begin your hockey experience at the largest ice facility in the United States.




  • Minnesota Showcase Hockey: Showcase Hockey brings numerous youth leagues to the Schwan Super Rink to continue development of young hockey players.



  • Ironman Adult Tournament: Four games in three days. Think you can handle it? Find out in this March tournament.
  • Walleye Chop: Fun-filled adult only men's and women's tournament offered in May.
  • Stick It to Cancer: Fundraising female tournament in April to raise awareness to breast cancer research. Girls and women's divisions offered.
  • Minnesota Armed Forces Tournament: Fundraising tournament in March to raise money and awarness for Defending the Blue Line.  
  • Red Solo Hockey Cup: Previously named The Cup Adult Tournament, this event has had a facelift. Now with new fun features, this fall adult tournament is one to add to the schedule. 


  • USA International Hockey Cup:This unique summer tournament covers five different weekends in the summer and often features international teams. Both boys' and girls' divisions are offered in many age groups. The off-ice activities and international flavor make this the best summer tournament experience.
  • Schwan Cup: Simply the premier boys' and girls' high school holiday hockey tournament. The boys high school division plays at Ridder Arena and many metro arenas. The tournament offers a large girls high school division played at the Schwan Super Rink and Ridder Arena. Following the high school tournament a youth division is held at the Schwan Super Rink.
  • The Rush 3v3 Festival: This small-sided tournament is held on President's Day in February. You'll play four games in one day!
  • Patriot Cup STP Festival: Great way to end summer training for high school teams in late July.
  • Patriot Cup–3v3 Tournament: Cross-ice games for younger age divisions and full-ice for older divisions. Small-sided games are a great training tool. Played in July.
  • Stick It to Cancer: Fundraising female tournament in April to raise awareness to breast cancer research. Girls and women's divisions offered.
  • All-American Girls Hockey Tournament: This pioneering female tournament attracts teams from around the country in November.



  • Adult Skills Clinics: Whether a seasoned player or just starting, you'll learn plenty in these clinics.


  • Learn to skate: Before playing hockey, you have to learn how to skate. The NSC Skating School is the first step in your hockey journey.
  • Miracle Gold: Elite level training for elite level hockey players.
  • Miracle Gold Mites: Miracle Gold Mites (MGM) is a developmental program designed to improve each player’s individual skills.
  • D1 Hockey Program: D1 Hockey Prep means development first! That’s the philosophy behind the most extensive in-season supplemental training program offered anywhere in the state.
  • Minnesota Frost AAA Tournament Team:  Great option for both those who are busy in the summer but want to still stay on the ice in some fashion as well as for those who just cant get enough hockey and want to add more games to their summer.
  • Next Level Summer Hockey Camp: It's here! The Next Level Summer Hockey Camp is the all day summer hockey training experience you have been looking for!
  • Intensity Hockey: Intensity Hockey is designed to aggressively advance individual player skills and conditioning.  This session is strategically placed as a pre-tryout tune up which will increase on-ice endurance and player development.
  •  Wes Walz Minnesota Wild Hockey School: Our goal to is create a program in which a player can be challenged to work on general hockey skills. All activities are directed toward the skater’s development as a hockey player and a person.
  • Intro Mites: A great introduction to hockey for the youngest players. The emphasis is on fun!
  • Rookies Small Area Games: The program is designed for boys and girls ages 5-6 who have one year of hockey experience and looking for more.
  • Centennial Anytime Hockey: This is great new format for open hockey. We offer 25 optional hours to attend, come as much or as little as you like.

Ice Sports Partners

The Schwan Super Rink has close relationships with several hockey development organizations as well as numerous tournaments. We appreciate their commitment to bringing their programs and events to the Schwan Super Rink. Learn more about our partners here.

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