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Hat Trick Sports

2201 Florida Avenue
Saint Louis Park, MN 55426
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  • Description - Hat Trick Sports

    Hat Trick Sports is different from other privately owned hockey rinks in the community. Here are some differences: Customer Service. Our management staff will always be on-site to answer questions or help with any needs you may have in a professional and courteous manner. Affordable Ice Time. Our camps and clinics are developed and coached by professional coaches and our fees for the camps are in line with hockey playing family budgets. Also, our 3 on 3 league fee is much lower then other 3 on 3 leagues around the metro with the similar amounts of games and off ice opportunities. Fun Arena Atmosphere. Not only do our side by side sheets of ice offer up convienient viewing locations, we offer free wireless service and a full service concession stand to service everyone's needs. Hat Trick Sports strives to provide an open and welcome environment where our hockey families can feel at home. Our club memberships allow hockey players to enjoy a community center environment where they can work on their skills both on and off the ice. Great Location! Located in beautiful St. Louis Park, Hat Trick Sports is within blocks of great shopping destinations such as Costco and Home Depot, as well as restaurants like Dairy Queen, Arby’s, T.G.I. Fridays, Bruegger's, and more.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Hockey,  Sports Skills

  • Cancellation Policy

    There are no refunds for program cancellations by the customer.

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