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      Individual Hockey & Goal
      Skate Sharpening 
       $10Individual Combination
      Skate Sharpening 
      Individual Hockey & Goal 
      Flat Bottom 
      $10Individual Free/Dance 
      Skate Sharpening 
      6-Punch Hockey & Goal 
      Skate Sharpening 
      $506-Punch Combination 
      Skate Sharpening 
      6-Punch Hockey & Goal
      Flat Bottom Skate Sharpening 
      $506-Punch Free/Dance 
      Skate Sharpening

      How long do I have to wait for my skates to get sharpened? 

      A sharpening can take 10-15 minutes depending on the requested sharpen and the type of skate. Please note that during peak seasons, wait time can vary depending on how busy the department is. We will inform you of the estimated wait time when you drop off your skates. 

      24/7 Skate Sharpening Drop Off Box

      Located at the front of our store for your convenience. Just drop your skates off in the bin, and they will be sharpened and ready to be picked up within the first 15 minutes of our Store Opening Hours.

      Why should you trust us with your skate sharpen? 

      Our experts have years of experience in sharpening professional hockey skates, high-performance figure skates, outdoor skates, and kid’s skates and can provide you with the right sharpen based on your needs as a skater. If you’re unsure which sharpen is best for you or want to change up your normal sharpen, our experts are there to help and provide suggestions if needed. 

      How often should I sharpen my skates? 

      This depends on personal preference. A good rule of thumb is one sharpen for every 10 hours of ice time. This will allow you to gauge whether your edges are going dull in that time or whether you could go longer in between sharpens. The type of ice and environment also determines how often you sharpen your skates. For example, outdoor rinks tend to be colder and harder, which can wear down your blades a lot faster, than skating on an indoor rink. 

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