Actually two rinks, one above the other, the top rink is where the Shanghai Hockey Club plays, an expat hockey league that competes around Asia. If you want to play there, join the club, they accept all skill levels. However, only the lower, smaller rink is open to the public. It's popular with kids and families, but it's sometimes partitioned off for kid's hockey practice. Admission into Feiyang is 28rmb on weekdays for the full 3 hours they're open. On weekends, when they're open for the full day, it's 60rmb for 2.5 hours. Note, they require all skaters to wear gloves, which you can buy for 5rmb. Largest skate size is 47.
The fourth Hockey Night in Shanghai event brings some of Shanghai's top hockey players together to play against foreigners in the Shanghai Ice Hockey League. Last year's event brought over 2000 people to the rink. Tickets are available...
Veteran and young Shanghainese ice hockey players from the Shanghai Hockey Club take on the world -- a team of expats. The Shanghai team will be moving on to play in China's National Winter Games next year in Xinjiang. Pre-sale tickets...
Stanley cup! Get it. Here's the viewing party for the biggest hockey event of the year at the Fei Yang Skating Center, put on by Dragon Events. It's 50rmb at the door or 500rmb for 11 tickets. After party at Tock's Deli.
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