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How to Build a Backyard Hockey Rink

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SVM'S LINKS & RESOURCES

BACKYARD HOCKEY LINKS, INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES

 

Nice Rink — online source for bracket, boards, liners, resurfacers, plastic sideboards, "rink in a box" and custom packages.

hockeyshot.com — beginner kits, ice resurfacers, bumper kits, hockey goals, pucks, shooting aids and all manner of hockey accessories for the backyard rink enthusiast

Greenhouse liners (recommended by Gunnar Whitehead of Whitehead's Landscaping, who has been building his backyard rink for more than 6 years) — cost effective and easy to use, and at 3 ml, lighter than typical rink liners, but just as strong. 

Remember to allow 3-6 weeks for delivery of online liners. So plan ahead and order early. Even better, split a large roll with another backyard hockey rink addict and save costs on supplies.

Backyard Hockey.com — everything related to backyard hockey rinks, including instructional videos, blog posts, pond hockey tournament lists (in Canada and the USA), the rink builders commandments, forums and even a step-by-step instructional guide on how to build your own "homeboni" (homemade zamboni)

My Backyard Ice Rink — a website dedicated to building backyard rinks, including how-to instruction, types of rink construction (ranging from fully-refrigerated systems to the traditional packed-snow method) and which would be right for your yard. Includes rink dimensions and layouts, as well as links and accessories.


 

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