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Guidant John Rose MN OVAL

2661 Civic Center Drive, Roseville MN 55113

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MINNESOTA WILD will Skate the OVAL December 21

The Minnesota Wild will host a free, open outdoor practice, presented by Audi St. Paul and Audi Minneapolis, on Sunday, Dec. 21 at the John Rose Minnesota OVAL in Roseville. The event will run from 9 a.m.-noon, with the Wild taking the ice for practice at 11 a.m.

Fans are invited to come early, from 9-11 a.m. for photos with live reindeer, a visit from Santa, a Nordy appearance and free open skating on the OVAL’s outdoor refrigerated skating track. Rental skates are available for a small fee.

The mobile Hockey Lodge store will also be at the OVAL for fans’ last-minute holiday shopping needs. The event is free and open to the public.

Plan to Spend Your New Year's Eve on Ice

photo by Steve Trynoski

Admission Prices

Public Skating/Open Hockey $5.50
Skate Rental $4.00
Skate Sharpening $5.00
10-Session Punch Card $49.00 *A $55 Value*

LIVE - OVALCam

This is a LIVE VIEW of the Outdoor OVAL.  It is brought to you by CTV North Suburbs.

LIVE - Webstream/TV Broadcast from the OVAL

View LIVE EVENTS from the Roseville Skating Center on a CTV North Suburbs webstream.  Some of these events will also be broadcast on CTV North Suburbs Cable TV.   Watch the broadcast schedule for upcoming events.
 

 

LINK to Webstream/TV - Webpage

Guidant John Rose Minnesota OVAL

2661 Civic Center Drive, Roseville MN 55113

Contact the OVAL 651-792-7007

Weather Line 651-792-7191 (option 1)

Video and Web production volunteers needed

The Roseville Skating Center and John Rose Minnesota OVAL are now wired for video and webstream capability, which will allow user groups to produce their own webcasts and CTV broadcasts of skating center and OVAL events.  Groups wishing to take advantage of this capability will need to supply volunteers who are willing to be trained on the video equipment.  Contact your group's governing body or the Skating Center administration for more information.