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  • Bell MTS Iceplex - Manitoba's Community Hockey Complex
  • Winnipeg Jets
  • Manitoba Moose

FAQs

When did hockey for all centre open?

The building officially opened Aug. 16, 2010 and held the grand opening on Sept. 24, 2010.

What are the hockey for all centre Hours of Operation?

hockey for all centre is open to the public 6 a.m. – midnight
The Press Box Restaurant hours can be found here.
Jets Gear Pro Shop hours can be found here.

How many ice surfaces does it have?

hockey for all centre has four rinks which are all NHL regulation-sized ice surfaces (200 feet by 85 feet) as well as a dedicated goaltender training rink (45 feet by 37 feet). Capacity in the Subway rink is 1,330 seated or 1,512 with standing room.

What amenities does it have?

hockey for all centre is home to the Press Box Restaurant & Sports Bar, Centre Ice full-service concessions, conference facilities, the Jets Gear Pro Shop, Focus Fitness high-performance training facility, and the Ice Lab goaltender training facility.

Who do I contact if I want to rent any of the facilities?

If you would like to rent ice please contact Dustin Madrigga at 204-926-5893 or dmadrigga@tnse.com.
If you would like to book an event please contact Gaetanne Gauthier at 204-926-5851 or ggauthier@tnse.com.

Do the Winnipeg Jets practice at hockey for all centre?

Yes, hockey for all centre is the official training facility of the Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose. Please check the Jets Communications page here, for the updated practice schedule. You can also get updates from the Jets PR team’s Twitter: twitter.com/WpgJetsPR

Does hockey for all centre have Wi-Fi?

Public can connect to the #Bell MTS Wi-Fi unsecured network here at hockey for all centre.

Does hockey for all centre have public washrooms?

Yes, hockey for all centre washrooms are accessible to the public on both the main and second floor of the building.

What does hockey for all centre provide for Handicapped Accessibility?

hockey for all centre was made with handicapped access in mind. We have an elevator to the 2nd level of the building with viewing from the end of each rink via 2nd level balconies. In addition, the facility has barrier-free showers and specialized showers in the ACU rink which is the designated for Sledge Hockey.

Does hockey for all centre have a Lost and Found?

Yes, it is located in the operations office, north end of the main concourse. If you are looking for anything lost please contact us.

Is smoking allowed at hockey for all centre?

The Non-Smokers Health Protection and Vapour Products Act prohibit smoking and e-cigarette use in enclosed public places. Accordingly, hockey for all centre is a smoke-free building. The definition of smoking under the Act has been amended to include smoking cannabis, and therefore, smoking, including cannabis products, and the use of e-cigarettes is prohibited in all areas of the hockey for all centre.  In addition, smoking tobacco or cannabis within 10 meters of any external entry door at hockey for all centre is also prohibited under legislation. There is a smoking area outside on the East side of the main entrance.

Does hockey for all centre have ATM’s?

hockey for all centre has an ATM Machine located on the main level directly across from the Centre Ice Concession.