Chattanooga Hockey Competing For $150,000 In Upgrades To Their Rink

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Image of what new surface would look like
Image of what new surface would look like
Chattanooga Skate Park has been nominated by members of Chattanooga’s roller hockey community for the Kraft Hockeyville USA 2020 Contest. The grand prize winner will receive $150,000 to perform repairs and upgrades to their home rink and will host an NHL preseason game in their city.

Chris Moreland, volunteer and booster for Chattanooga Hockey says, “Chattanooga is a city that embraces its community in a way that I’ve never experienced. We believe that we can not only compete with other communities for the Kraft Hockeyville grand prize, but we believe we can win it if the community gets behind it.” 

When asked what would be done with the prize money if they won, Mr.
Moreland said, “A new artificial Ice Court surface, new dasher boards and a good down payment on a facility with a roof.”

"Visit www.chattanoogahockey.com to post a photo or video, and to share your story. Also be sure to follow us @noogahockey across all major social media platforms," officials said.

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