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Not just an Olympic spectacle: Hundreds try curling in Coeur d’Alene

On Sunday and Monday evening, some 200 people gathered at the Frontier Ice Arena for massive group curling lessons led by members of the Coeur d’Alene Curling Club. They were children, teens and adults – mostly beginners unacquainted with the rules of the game and the tricky kneeling-sliding motion involved.

NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights visit area on promotional tour

It’s not often area youths get the chance to skate with an active NHL player. It’s even more rare that an NHL team brings an offseason marketing caravan through the area. Both things happened at Frontier Ice Arena in Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday.

Hockey greats, including Great One, turn out for charity game

Temperatures throughout the area were in the mid-80s to low-90s across the region once again, but Frontier Ice Arena in Coeur d’Alene helped cool off those who gathered to support Hockey Fest 2015 at its signature event on Friday. The arena was the site of a charity all-star game featuring some of the biggest names in the history of hockey, current and former NHL players and favorites from the Spokane Chiefs.

NHL stars past, present help out youth hockey

Frontier Ice Arena was the site of a charity all-star game Friday featuring some of the biggest names in the history of hockey, current and former NHL players and favorites from the Spokane Chiefs.

Legends game in CdA will raise money for youth hockey

Too hot outside? Perhaps a little hockey in the middle of the summer might cool things off.Frontier Ice Arena in Coeur d’Alene is hosting Hockey Fest to help offset the expenses of hockey for local families and to make improvements on the only hockey rink in North Idaho. Last year, organizers raised more than $30,000 and they hope to do better this year. All the proceeds from the event go to support youth hockey.

NHL stars lend hand to Hockey Fest in CdA

Frontier Ice Arena in Coeur d’Alene is hosting Hockey Fest to help offset the expenses of hockey for local families and to make improvements on the only hockey rink in north Idaho.

’Tis the season to hit the ice

The kids are home from school. The in-town sledding hills are lacking the key ingredient. But there are places where the conditions are always right for winter fun: area ice rinks.

Ice arena opens rink to young hockey recruits

If the world of shin guards, hockey helmets and goalie gloves seems overwhelming to parents but alluring to their 4- to 9-year-olds, the volunteers at this weekend’s Try Hockey for Free Day want to help. The event at Frontier Ice Arena offers a “no-pressure way” for families to check out youth hockey, said Jocelyn Stott, who does marketing for the Coeur d’Alene arena.