Skate with Team USA Ringette - Free Event
Everyone Welcome! Please RSVP below. 

Come out and skate with Team USA Ringette as part of this Free Event!

Event Address: Midland Civic Arena 405 Fast Ice Dr, Midland, MI 48642, United States
Event Date: Friday August 19th 2022 7:30pm - 8:50pm (depending on number of registrants, the Free Skate may be split into two 40 minute sessions based on age)

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Please fill out an individual form for each Child/Player attending the Skate with Team USA Session. Registration form follows 'What is Ringette' section.

We can't wait to see you on the ice!

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What is Ringette?

Ringette is a unique winter sport that's as challenging as it is enjoyable. It was created in 1963 in Canada and has since been dubbed the fastest sport on ice. Team USA Ringette has been aiming to grow the sport in the USA since 2004 - help us continue to grow the sport by coming to skate with us!

The main objective of ringette is to use a stick to shoot a ring into the opposing team's goal. The team with the highest score at the end wins.

Ringette is a great choice if you're looking for a safe competitive sport for your child. They'll learn to skate, pass, and play in a team—all while making friends and having fun. 

Note the difference in stick and ring!
How is ringette different than hockey?

At first glance, you might think that ringette looks just like hockey. But there are many key differences that set ringette apart from hockey—or any other ice sport, for that matter.

No offsides: Players can't carry the ring over a blue line. They must pass the ring over a blue line to a teammate.

30-second shot clock: The short shot clock leads to a fast-paced game that requires constant motion.

Everyone wins: The fast pace and constant passing of ringette discourages ring hogs and fosters teamwork.

No-contact policy: There is no intentional body contact, making it much safer than hockey.

Straight stick: Sticks are straight with a specialized tip.

Hollow ring: Rather than a puck, ringette uses a 6-inch rubber ring.

No face-offs: Any stoppage results in a free pass to restart the game.

More protection: Ringette cages (masks) are made with tight triangular or horizontal bars to prevent the stick from penetrating.

For more information about Ringette, check out our Gold Medal Game from the 2019 World Ringette Championships!
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