NHL- 24 rinks
At ice rinks
Yes because otherwise some people would have advantages on others because they have different size rinks.
There is one at Florida and Sligh.
NHL regulation or most US rinks are 85 ft wide and 200 ft long An Olympic rink is 100 ft wide and 200 ft long
A pro hockey rink is 185 x 85 feet. Marcy All NHL rinks are 200 x 85 feet. The old Boston Garden and Chicago stadium were shorter, but that is no longer allowed. Olympic rinks are 200 x 100 feet. Jim An inline hockey rink is 185 x 85 ideally, but minimum size is 145 x 65 for most national and state championships. There is no exact size because of the many different sanctioning bodies of the sport. It lacks the leadership that the NHL, NFL, or NBA provides their respecting sports. For ice hockey rinks, Jims answer is almost perfect. North American rinks (NHL) are 200ft x 85ft. However the rest of the world uses metric so a more accurate 30m x 61m is the Olympic rink size as well as the size for most leagues over seas. Kyle
159 hockey rinks
About 2500. See the directory at http://www.hockey-community.com/rinks
There are two different sized rinks in pro hockey. One are the NHL rinks which are 85' x 200' and the Olympic and International rinks which are 98'5" x 196'10"
At ice rinks
those are face-off circles
Skating, ice hockey.
200' long by 85'wide. All NHL rinks are the same by rule. Olympic ice hockey rinks are 30 meters wide by 60 meters long (98.4 feet by 196.8 feet).