Carolina Ice Palace to host National Sled Hockey Tournament, National Figure Skating Competition


For the Press and Standard

Charleston --- Carolina Ice Palace will be hosting two nationally-recognized events this year. From March 31-April 2, the Charleston Warriors Sled Hockey Program will host the South East Sled Hockey League (SESHL) Championship at Carolina Ice Palace.
As the Warriors’ home for practices and games, the Ice Palace is honored to welcome sled hockey programs from across the U.S. to the ice rinks as they battle it out for the 2023 champions title.
Fans are welcome to cheer on our local Charleston Warriors starting 6:30 p.m., Friday, as they kick off the tournament against the Tampa Bay Lightning Sled Hockey team.
Admission is free.
This summer, Carolina Ice Palace will host the Charleston Open Figure Skating Competition July 27-30, as a qualifying competition for the U.S. Figure Skating Sectional Finals in November.
Skaters from across the nation will travel to Charleston to compete for their chance to qualify for the national competition.

Admission is free.
The Carolina Ice Palace is a state-of-the-art facility featuring two NHL-sized ice rinks; full-service pro shop; meeting rooms; concessions stand; and the Penalty Box Sports Lounge.
It has earned recognition for its expert coaching staff, including international Olympic skating medalists and national and world champions.
Since 1997, the Carolina Ice Palace has hosted numerous hockey tournaments and figure skating competitions, including the USA Hockey “Pee Wee” National Championship and the South Atlantic Regionals Figure Skating Championships.
The NHL’s Buffalo Sabres and St. Louis Blues have skated at the Carolina Ice Palace, along with Gold Medal Olympian Tara Lipinski.
Home to the Charleston Youth Hockey Association and Figure Skating Club of Charleston, the facility is open year-round and is also the official practice facility of the South Carolina Stingrays.