Where to play hockey in Austin

Hockey is for everyone — even Austinites.

Two Texas Stars players in full gear, hockey sticks up, yelling for the team.

The Texas Stars are part of the American Hockey League, a developmental league for the National Hockey League.

Photo by Tim Watkins

You know what they say, you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take, and we’re not about to let you miss your shot at playing hockey in ATX.

We may not have icy lakes or snowy winters, but the spirit of hockey is alive and well, even hundreds of miles from its northern birthplace.

Chaparral Ice | 2525 W. Anderson Ln.
Learn to play hockey on this NHL-regulation rink, which also hosts figure skating lessons.

Texas Ball Hockey | 3918 Gattis School Rd.
Either join this street hockey league (meaning sans skates), or try it out on Sunday for pick-up games.

A hockey team of young men in white and red gear.

The Mallards are one of the youth leagues at the Pond Hockey Club.

Texas Pond Hockey Club | 9402 United Dr.
Kids and adults alike can sign up for lessons in hockey, figure skating, curling, and broomball at this academy.

More of a spectator? Catch the Texas Stars, an affiliate of professional NHL team the Dallas Stars, play on ice at the H-E-B Center.

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