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Registration open for next Learn to Skate session

By Brian McDonough 04/30/2021, 9:00am PDT

Registration is now open for TSPC's next Learn to Skate session, which will run from May 11-June 6 on the facility's outdoor rink.

Nicole Brown named LAJK/Lions Executive Director

By Brian McDonough 04/21/2021, 12:00pm PDT

The LA Kings today named Nicole Brown as Executive Director of the LA Jr. Kings and LA Lions. The announcement was made in conjunction with American Sports Entertainment Company, the operators of Toyota Sports Performance Center in El Segundo where both youth hockey programs are based.

Kings, ASEC to operate Santa Clarita ice rink

By Brian McDonough 02/24/2021, 8:45am PST

The City of Santa Clarita has awarded a contract to the Los Angeles Kings and American Sports Entertainment Company (ASEC) for the operation of the City-owned ice rink.

  • Registration open for Skate School

  • By Brian McDonough 02/04/2021, 9:15am PST
  • Registration is now open for Toyota Sports Performance Center's Skate School sessions, which will begin on 02/16/21 in a restricted capacity.
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  • Skate School registration opening soon

  • By Brian McDonough 01/29/2021, 11:15am PST
  • Registration will open soon for Toyota Sports Performance Center’s (TSPC) Learn to Skate Day Camps & Fitness Sessions on the new outdoor pop-up rink located in the TSPC parking lot. The 4-week Mini Skate School Session is scheduled to begin on 2/16/21.
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  • Closed to spectators, Reign to play 2020-21 home games at TSPC

  • By Brian McDonough 01/04/2021, 4:00pm PST
  • The Ontario Reign, the top affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, have been approved for a temporary relocation for the 2020-21 season. The Reign will play all its home games at Toyota Sports Performance Center where the team has practiced since 2019.
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OUTDOOR ICE RINK OPEN TO PUBLIC TO BE

LOCATED AT L.A. LIVE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

 

 

LOS ANGELES – “LA Kings Holiday Ice presented by Coca Cola” – the outdoor ice skating rink located within the Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE – will debut with its Grand Opening on Saturday, November 27, at 3 p.m.  This year the Kings have, once again, partnered with American Skating Entertainment Centers to provide the ice rink and day to day management and operations.

 

This year’s ice rink – which is nearly twice as big as last year’s rink – will be open to the general public from November 27 – January 2.  It will be open weekdays from 3 – 11 p.m. and on weekends from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. (exception is Nov. 27 which opens at 3 p.m.). 

 

To view a Kings Vision video featuring LA Kings Holiday Ice from last year, click here: http://video.kings.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=731&id=53347.

 

To view an LAKings.com photo gallery from last year’s LA Kings Holiday Ice,, click here: http://video.kings.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=731&id=53347.

 

“LA Kings Holiday Ice once again will be the centerpiece of L.A. LIVE this holiday season, and we encourage everyone to come and take part in what is becoming a great experience for fans attending events at STAPLES Center,” said Kings President, Business Operations Luc Robitaille.

 

This year’s LA Kings Holiday Ice at L.A. LIVE will again feature the popular “Skate with Santa” sessions through December 22 from 7 – 8 p.m.

 

Information will be posted at www.lalive.com/holidayice as it becomes available. 

 

AIR QUALITY AT OUR FACILITY

There is nothing more important to us than the safety of our guests and employees. This facility has continuous fresh air ventilated into the ice rink(s). We employ electronic carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide detectors that, if an issue arises, will alert our operations personnel and activate the fresh air purge system. The ice resurfacers are operated with clean burning fuel and exhausted through a catalytic converter. We regularly maintain the ice resurfacers to ensure that they are in good working order in accordance with the highest safety standards. If an issue arises or you have any questions please contact the facility General Manager Brad Sholl at 310-535-4400.

Your business is greatly appreciated,

Thank you,

Toyota Sports Center

Brad Sholl