Learn to Play Hockey Classes are for children 4-14. There are 5 levels to our program (Hockey 1-5), taught in 6 week sessions, that start with the first steps on the ice to the fundamental hockey skills.
The Nittany Lion Development Program is for youth who have completed at least Hockey 3 within our Learn to Play Hockey Classes program and are looking to take their skills to the next level. This in-house league is a great way to get kids on a team and competing against other hockey players.The program offers one skills practice each week and a 3-on-3 game each week. All players must wear proper hockey equipment, which can be rented from the arena. This program is open for players that play travel hockey or do not play travel hockey. Fall Session: September - December
The Student Hockey League is a great way for Penn State students, faculty, and staff to continue to play the game they love. Each team is guaranteed 8 games and a playoff is held to determine a champion. This is a full contact league and full hockey equipment including helmets with a facemask is required.Fall Session: September - December. Not Available Fall 2020
Sticktime is open ice for hockey players to work on their skills. Sticktimes are available throughout the week for different age groups - 12 & Under, Ages 13-18, and 18 & Over. Sticktime sessions are $7.50 and must be pre-registered for using the register button above. A helmet with full face shield is required to participate. Sticktime sessions vary each week, to view the calendar click here and sticktime is listed under Public Ice Time.
The State College Youth Ice Hockey Association is the local travel hockey program. If interested in signing your kid up for travel hockey, please visit their website here.
The State College High School Hockey Association is for State College High School students to play for their school. If interested in learning more about State High Hockey, please visit their website here.
The mission of Happy Valley Special Hockey is to remove barriers so that individuals with disabilities may participate in the sport of hockey in an inclusive, positive and supportive environment and use the game to develop characteristics such as dependability, self-reliance, confidence, concentration, service to others, and personal accountability. If interested in learning more about Happy Valley Special Hockey please visit their website here.
For any questions on figure skating programs offered at Pegula Ice Arena, please call 814-865-4102 or email PegulaSkating@psu.edu.
Pegula Ice Arena offers public skating sessions on Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Public skating sessions are open to all ages and all skill levels. Figure or hockey skates may be worn and both are available for rent. Confirm public skating times, select Public Ice Time here.
|Public Skate Rates|
|Youth 18 & Under||$7.00|
|Senior Citizens 65 & Older:||$7.00|
|PSU Student w/ ID||$6.00|
|90 Minute Session- Wednesdays Only||$5.00|
If you're interested in reserving the ice for your next event or booking a birthday party during a public skating session, visit the Arena Rentals tab at the top of the page.
Birthday parties at Pegula Ice Arena are offered as packages during public skating sessions. You can visit the Ice Schedule page for public skating times for potential party dates. Outside food and beverage are not permitted inside Pegula Ice Arena (including cake), however there are party packages with food options below. Birthday parties require a minimum of 10 guests, and a deposit is required at the time of booking.
Basic Package: $12/guest
|Hockey & Figure Skates- Regular Sharpening||$6.00|
|Hockey & Figure Skates- Quick Sharpening
(completed within 24 hours)
|High End Figure Skate Sharpening||$20.00|