The Olympic/international ice surface is 200 ft x 100 ft ( 60 m x 30 m) making it about 3000 sq. feet bigger than an NHL/North American rink.Apparently, this larger rink is used in all countries where hockey is played except in Canada & the USA. However, I've heard that in Finland they use a hybrid size which is bigger than in North America but smaller than the international surface.
During the upcoming Vancouver Olympics, games will be played on the North American size rinks as two modern arenas were already available and it would have been very expensive to build two more Olympic-sized stadia.
Olympic Ice Rinks are 15 feet wider than their NHL equivilents
there different sports
6 ft. wide and 4 ft. high
there is no difference in net sizes for any ice hockey game they are all 4 ft high and 6 ft long
All ice hockey rink dimensions are the same incept for NHL size and Olympic size. NHL- 85 by 200 feet. Olympic- 100 by 200 feet.
Yes. Standardization requires all NHL ice surfaces to be 200 feet long by 85 feet wide.
NHL Home Ice was created in 2005-11.
A standard NHL ice rink is 85 feet by 200 feet...I doubt you have that much space in your basement. That's the spirit. I doubt you could build a standard size ice rink in your basement, but I think you could build a heck of a smaller one! Go for it!
if its on ice nhl if not nfl
There are 30 clubs in the NHL.
NHL size. NHL size 7 and up
Not in the NHL.
The Knoxville Ice Bears are in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) and have no direct affiliation with the NHL.