Kraken Community Iceplex is 172,000 square feet. We have 3 rinks. Each rink is an NHL-standard, 200 feet long by 85 feet wide.
We are accessible by by transit, car and bike. Click here for more detail.
Building hours vary by daily program start times. In general, we will be open 6am - 12midnight, daily.
Yes! Public skating sessions will run during lunch, weekends and evenings. Click here to learn more.
Yes! Our facility has dining, shopping, a medical pavilion, non-skating sports (broomball and curling) and several community events.
Yes! Click here for more information.
Click here to learn about our COVID protocols.
Click here for our venue guide and policies.
For the health and safety of all guests, and to expedite the entry process, Kraken Community Iceplex requests that guests do not bring a bag to Kraken Practices.
If necessary, guests are permitted to bring a clear bag. Our full bag policy can be found here.
You do not have to pay to enter the Iceplex.
We do not offer childcare at Kraken Community Iceplex.
All job openings can be found on this page.
Yes! Youth hockey couldn’t happen without the parents and community volunteers that help with all facets of the game. Click here to learn more.
We offer programs for youth as young as three years old and adults of any age.
Yes. If a program is full, your name will be added to the waitlist in Dash, our registration system.
Click here for our refund and cancellation policy.
Program costs vary and can be found on their individual pages throughout our website. Financial assistance is available for a number of youth programs, click here.
We have rental skates, but do not have rental/loaner helmets or other equipment.
We are dedicated to the safety and enjoyment of ice sports. We offer age-appropriate training and teach proper etiquette on and off the ice. We strongly believe in skating development which will not only help performance but ultimately help the athlete identify dangerous situations and protect themselves.
Click here to read USA Hockey’s Player Safety & Health information.
Click here to read Learn to Skate USA’s safe skating rules.
Program schedules vary and can be found on their individual pages throughout our website. Beyond the scheduled activities, time commitment can fluctuate based on your child’s desired level of achievement.
To ensure your child is fully dressed for their lesson/game, we recommend arriving 30 minutes early for hockey and 15 minutes early for skating.
Parents are not allowed on the ice during lessons or games, but you may watch from the bleachers. If you are interested in being more involved with your child’s program and have previous skating experience, there may be an opportunity for you to volunteer. Click here for more information.
We understand things happen unexpectedly and you might experience scheduling conflicts. Please contact your child’s coach as soon as possible to discuss your options. Please note it is especially difficult to catch up if your child misses the first day of class.
The Kraken's practice schedule varies. Practices open to the public, when available, will be listed here.
The Kraken team training space is not available to the public.
Did you know the world’s largest octopus, the Giant Pacific Octopus, lives right here in Puget Sound? This is one of the many inspirations behind the Seattle Kraken. Click here to learn more.
The Kraken S is representative of the Seattle Metropolitans, Seattle’s first professional hockey team and first U.S. team to win the Stanley Cup in 1917. Click here to learn more about our logo.
Jr Kraken will offer competitive 8U, 10U and 12U teams in the Metropolitan Hockey League, a recreation youth league in the greater Seattle area. Click here for more information.
Jr Squid is an in house developmental program for 6-9 year old’s to prepare for Jr Kraken league play. It is a 2-day per-week time commitment, and kids can join for a full season (Sept-March) or just 1/2 a season Fall (Sept-Dec) or Winter (Jan-March).
Jr Kraken offers competitive play for 8U, 10U & 12U experienced players as part of the Metropolitan Hockey League. It is a 3-day per-week commitment, and runs the full season only (Sept-March).
Both programs require players to have Learn to Play or previous hockey playing experience. Kids new to hockey should sign up for Learn to Play before joining a team.
This program is offered to new, first-time players (boys and girls) ages 5-9. First-time participants are those who have not previously been registered to a USA Hockey sanctioned youth hockey program.
Fitting sessions take place 2-3 weeks before the start of the NHL LTP program. You will receive further information about the fitting times and locations after you have registered. Virtual fittings will also be available.
Your child will be able to join the next available program that is appropriate for their age. Click here for more information.
Learning the basic skills of skating is an important step in becoming a hockey player. Developing first as a skater will help unlock your ability to effectively work on stick handling, shooting and hockey IQ.
KCI has rental skates available, but does not have loaner hockey equipment. Kids signed up for the NHL LTP 1 class receive equipment as part of registration. All other programs require participants to bring their own.
Click here for info about required gear and local stores who offer new-player specials.
Yes! All of our programs are co-ed. If your child desires to play on a girls-only team at our facility, check out the Western Washington Female Hockey Association.
USA Hockey is the governing body for all amateur hockey programs in the United States.
PNAHA is Washington’s USA Hockey affiliate, overseeing all youth hockey programs in the state.
USA Hockey is the governing body for amateur hockey in the United States. They supply the basic rules, format, and supplemental insurance for rinks, players, and officials. This also helps us keep costs lower by not having to track down everyone's individual insurance cards. All area rinks require USA Hockey registrations for their liability as well.
You can either join the rec league by registering as part of a team or look at our schedule of evaluation skates at the start of each season (Sept, Jan and May). If you would like to join once the season has started, please contact us and we’ll work to place you on an appropriate team. Click here for more detail and registration links.
New players should take Learn to Play classes before joining a team.
Pricing is outlined on the Kraken Hockey League registration section. The exact dues will depend on whether you sign up as a new, individual player or as a team. New players will pay the fixed new player fee, and the amount paid will be applied to the team you join. If you are on a team, the captain will work out how much each player is charged.
Kraken Hockey League games will be played at several rinks across the region. We will work with team captains to try to accommodate location preferences for teams and games as best we can.
US Figure Skating is the governing body for all figure skating programs in the United States.
If you’re new to Kraken Community Iceplex, we ask that all skaters register for the first level of classes for their age group (Snowplow Sam 1, Ages 3 – 6; Basic Skills 1, Ages 7 – 17). Skaters will be evaluated and placed in the appropriate level during their first week.
No. If you already have a Learn to Skate USA number, please contact Guest Services and we will register you for your desired class and remove the $17.50 LTS registration fee.
DASH filters visibility of programs by age of a particular person. If you are unable to find a specific program while in DASH, make sure the "person you are enrolling" is set to the right person.
I.e. - if you are enrolling an 8yr old, and that person is selected as the "person you are enrolling", you will only see programs available for 8yr olds. If you are looking for a different program for a sibling, you will need to add that sibling as a new participant first before enrolling him/her in a program for a different age group.
Log-in or set up an account on DASH (registration portal). Select DASHBOARD from the left-hand menu, and scroll down to "My Enrollments". You will see the amount of your portion due. Click "pay" and you can adjust the amount you pay now and the amount you pay later in that step before you check-out.
Kraken Hockey League requires all teams to be fully paid 1-month after the season starts.
- Click to the new Kraken DASH Registration Portal location and select “Forgot Password”.
- Enter the same email you used for GSHL, and you will be emailed a password reset link.
- Reset your password and you will be able to view your 2020 Fall Season team info to simply re-enroll.
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We do not accept reservations. If you would like to book the Captain's Room, our private dining area for 32 people, fill out the Contact Us form here.
Yes! We show all Kraken games, home and away.