IceWorks

Skate With Team USA Ringette

Ringette, the fastest game on ice! Interested in skating with Team USA Ringette here at Aston IceWorks?

This is a FREE event:

  • Sunday, July 30th 11am – 12pm (rink 3)
  • Meet and play with 2017 Team USA prospects
  • Males & Females of all ages are welcome
  • Full hockey equipment required
  • Ringette stick will be provided
  • Reserve your spot! Email team.usa.ringette@gmail.com

Download Our Team USA Ringette Fact Sheet

visit: TeamUSARingette.com

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2017 Philadelphia Summer International Competition

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NHL Draft Party at the Pub & Grill

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Come out to the Pub & Grill at IceWorks on Friday, June 23, 2017 and enjoy Labatt Cans for $2 and watch as the worlds greatest young hockey prospects get drafted to into the job of a lifetime, becoming a NHL Player. While you enjoy your favorite frosty imported brew we will broadcast the NHL Draft, Live from Chicago on our big screens. The fun starts at 7pm at the Pub & Grill between rinks 3 & 4 at the Premier Orthopaedics IceWorks Skating Complex, 3100 Dutton Mill Road,  in Aston, PA

Rebels Viewing Party at Pub & Grill – Robertson Cup Finals

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Come out to the Pub & Grill at IceWorks to watch the Live Stream of your Aston Rebels as they compete in the NAHL Robertson Cup Finals. It’s a winner take all single elimination game today (Sunday) at 2:00pm ET. The Rebels will be battling it out for the cup Long Star Brahmas, Live from Duluth MN. Catch all the action streaming live on our Big Screen at the Pub & Grill at IceWorks.

$3 Labatt Bottles During The Game!

Sunday, May 14th – 2:00 PM

Viewing Party Follow up.

REBELS LOSE TO BRAHMAS 3 – 0 IN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

The Aston Rebels played their 73rd and final game of the season today. Unfortunately, it didn’t turn out the way the players wanted it. Despite having playing their seventh game in ten days and coming off an exhausting but thrilling overtime game from the day before, their valiant effort came up short as they fell to the Lone Star Brahmas 3 – 0 in the North American Hockey League’s Robertson Cup National Championship Finals.

The Rebels played a very strong opening period cutting off the Brahmas neutral zone. However, each team did have their respective chances to score but Lone Stars’ goalie Max Prawdzik and Mareks Mitens each made several key saves to keep the score knotted at zero after the first period.

The second period continue as the same path as the first period with both teams playing very solid hockey. However, with time winding down in the middle stanza, Lone Star took advantage of a Rebels turnover in their own.

After a Rebels defenseman attempted to clear the puck out of their own zone it was intercepted at the nearside blue line by Austin Kamer. Kamer would bring the puck to the faceoff dot and passed it to Pete Kessel to his left. Kessel would take a shot on goal but the puck hit the side of the net where it picked up by Drake Glover. Glover would pass it out to Kamer in the slot and he one-timed it passed Mitens to give the Brahmas a 1 – 0 lead with 2:31 left in the middle stanza.

Lone Star would double their lead at the 4:04 mark of the final period. As the Rebels tried to break out of their zone and outlet pass was intercepted by Lone Stars’ Julian Biondo. Biondio brought the puck in close and took a shot that was saved by Mitens but Austin O’Rourke picked up the rebound to make it a 2 – 0.

With time winding down in the game and hoping to cut the Brahmas lead in half Mitens was pulled for an extra attacker. Tory York would score an empty net goal with 59 seconds left in the game to seal the championship for the Brahmas.

Mitens stopped 20 of 22 shots he faced while Prawdzik turned aside all seventeen shots. Click here for the box score.

Rebels defenseman Kolby Vegara and forward Gianluca Esteves were named to the 2017 NAHL All-Tournament team.

Despite the loss, the Rebels had an extremely successful season: best record during the regular season, team high 46 wins. Coach of the Year with Joe Coombs and the league’s Most Valuable Player and best goalie in Mareks Mitens along with eleven NCAA commitments to date.

The team will come back to Philadelphia tomorrow morning (Monday) and the players will begin to clean out their locker rooms and, sadly, say their goodbyes.

Visit AstonRebels.com

Hockey Season Drink Specials – During All Flyers Hockey Games


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We will be serving drink specials this season during all Flyers Hockey games:

$3.00 – Labatt Pints

Enjoy a room full of huge HDTV’s with synced realtime surround sound audio,
easy access no hassle parking and our awesome menu.

Biechler and Dodge – Gold at 2016 Eastern Sectionals

Join us in congratulating Julia Biechler and Damian Dodge who received the Gold Medal in Junior Dance at 2016 Eastern Sectionals.

Julia Biechler and Damian Dodge Gold Medalists

Special Rebels Offer for Breast Cancer Awareness

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As a friend or family member of the IceWorks Skating Complex, the Aston Rebels have a special offer for the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness weekend: Purchase a ticket to any game for only $6 – that’s a savings of 33% off the adult ticket price.

USE COUPON CODE “iceworks” AT CHECKOUT

The Rebels are proud members of the 40 year old North American Hockey League, a league that has seen over 400 players make NCAA commitments during the past three years.

The Rebels play division rivals Johnstown Tomahawks on Friday and then the New Jersey Titans on Saturday. The Rebels will be wearing special jerseys promoting Breast Cancer Awareness. Immediately following Saturday night’s game, the team will be auctioning off the jerseys. There will be a silent auction during both games. All proceeds go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

To order, please click here.

2015 Face Off Against Cancer raises over $88K

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2015 Face Off Against Cancer Tournament raised over $88,000.00 to assist in paying some medical bills that each teams recipient has accrued.  This year’s tournament featured 10 teams from Bucks, Chester & Delaware County with each team playing three round robin games and then the top four teams vying for two championships.  Each team fundraises in the name of a recipient that they have chosen.  Many of the recipients and their families come to the tournament to support the team playing on the ice that has supported them in their fight off the ice.  The day was filled with food, fun & hockey, featuring musical performances outside, street hockey and blow up games for the kids, raffles, bbq, meet and greet with Flyers Legend Bernie Parent and the Face Off Against Cancer All-Stars vs the Flyers Alumni.  The highlight of the day for many was the unveiling and presentation of the Inaugural Barry Burgoyne Resilience award.  The Barry Burgoyne Resilience Award was created to honor a husband, father, brother, teammate, and so much more. Barry took part in the Inaugural 2013 FOAC Tournament as a player while fighting sarcoma.  In typical Barry fashion he was back in 2014 giving back by raising funds and working with the FOAC team to make the event a success.  He worked tirelessly to keep a positive attitude while helping others facing off against cancer.

FOACBarry passed away August 20, 2014, several short weeks before the tournament.  Personifying Barry’s commitment to family, friends, teammates and the FOAC family Barry endeavored to move the cause forward to the last.  The Barry Burgoyne Resilience Award celebrates his life and is awarded to a FOAC tournament player that best exemplifies the traits that made Barry the person that he was.  This year’s award was presented to Mike Kurman,  some know him as the official photographer of the event but has a much deeper connection to the organization.  Kurm as he is known,  had to hang the skates up after suffering multiple concussion but, stays involved in hockey and the Face Off Against Cancer Organization.  Kurm continues to fundraise and also volunteers as the official photographer of the event as well as other events associated with the Face Off Against Cancer Organization.  Hats off to Kurm, Well deserved.

2016 Atlantic Regionals Figure Skating

IceWorks Skating Club and Complex are proud to host
the 2016 South Altantic Regionals.

2016 U.S. Figure Skating South Atlantic Regional Championshipsvisit: SARegionals.com

2016 South Atlantic Non-Qualifying Figure Skating Championshipsvisit: IceWorksSC.org

NAHL Aston Rebels season Tickets On Sale

136The Aston Rebels of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) will begin its inaugural season at IceWorks this September.  In the past two seasons, over 400 players in the NAHL have made college commitments to continue their education and playing career.  This is your chance to see the stars oftomorrow today as Aston Rebels season tickets are now on sale.

A season ticket plan consists of 29 home games. The regular season adult price is $199 while a senior, active military and students’ regular season price is $150. If you order today, you’ll save over 25% off the regular single game ticket price.

To order, visit astonrebels.com or click on the on the following link: http://bit.ly/1GCkJMb. To save off the regular single game ticket price, please make sure you use the following promotion code at checkout: IWSE615.

This is a limited time offer so act now. You’ll save over 25% off the regular single game ticket price.

 

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