Whether you are a beginner looking for public skating, freestyle skating or playing hockey - we have a program for you!
The ice arena features two NHL sized rinks. Originally constructed in 1971 with one indoor rink and one outdoor rink. The second sheet of ice was enclosed in 1995 in part of a $3.5 million renovation. The arena received its namesake from John Lindell, who served as Royal Oak’s Director of Parks and Recreation for 16 years. The rink is home to the Royal Oak Hockey Club, New Edge Figure Skating Club, the Royal Oak Ravens High School Hockey Team and Shrine Knights High School Hockey Team.
John Lindell – Royal Oak Ice Arena
1403 Lexington Blvd.
Royal Oak, MI 48073
Drafted by the Minnesota North Stars in the fourth round (70th overall) of the 1990 NHL Draft, Cal has an extensive background with three years of major junior experience with the Kamloops Blazers of the WHL, five years of minor pro experience, two years in Europe and two years in the Roller Hockey International league. He played three seasons with the Kalamazoo Wings of the International Hockey League before being called up to the American Hockey League, where he spent two seasons with the Worcester Ice Cats and the Binghamton Rangers. He has also served as an assistant coach with the Wayne State Warriors. An instructor and program manager with Suburban Hockey Schools since 2000, Cal also served as the Hockey Director at both the Onyx-Rochester Ice Arena and Suburban Ice Farmington Hills.
Hockey Director/Assistant Manager
Phone: 248-246-3950 Fax: 248-246-3951