3D Hockey LLC

 Hockey training like no other...

Proud Representative for
Can-Ice
3D Hockey LLC
West Hartford, CT
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Phone: 860-919-9750



About 3D Hockey Synthetic Ice


3D Hockey LLC is a proud representative for Can-Ice, the official supplier of Hockey Canada and sponsor of DU Hockey.
Can-Ice

Synthetic Ice adds fun and fitness to:

Synthetic Ice


Synthetic Ice Rinks Technological Competitive Advantages

  • Designed for Commercial and Residential: We manufacture fully enclosed rinks, open ended rinks, pond hockey systems, ice sheet packages The systems are designed for Office Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Backyards, Basements, Garages, Pool Barns etc.

  • Superior Glide: Our ice is not Natural Ice, it is a synthetic proprietary polymer and when combined with our system of conditioning and care it becomes the perfect surface, to train, practice and play in your ice skates, when natural ice is not available.

  • Hockey Tough: Commercial, Heavy Duty Large Sheets of Ice, allowing players to practice is conditions that will improve their game. No matter if they are digging hard in the corners or ripping a slap shot at the glass, our systems have been designed to handle all the abuse.

  • Long Life: Our Ice and Rink Frames come with a limited 10 year Warranty.

  • Attractive Aesthetics and Modular Design: White boards, yellow kick plate and polycarbonate "bullet proof glass" all designed to grow as your player grows.

What People Are Saying About Synthetic Ice and Small-Ice Surfaces:

"We play small-area games during our practices and it helps us become better players. It's great to see cross-ice hockey as the standard for young players. There's no need to play full-ice at the youngest ages. In cross-ice you really get a chance to improve your puck-handling, among other skills."
- Zach Parise, Minnesota Wild, 2010 U.S. Olympian

"We still are challenged by a major shortage of ice in the United States, but we can change that by building more rinks, managing what we have better and learning about synthetic surfaces that can give young hockey players the ability to practice in their ice skates".
- Jack Vivian, Four Stanley Cup Rings, Guiding Bowling Green University into the NCAA