When winter can’t deliver consistent snow outside, there’s always perfect ice inside. Seattle’s new hockey fandom has reminded us all how fun it is to strap on ice skates and glide a little—and, yeah, fall once or twice.
In the former footprint of Northgate Mall, the city’s newest ice center grew into a three-rink circus. Public skating hours—including ones in the late evening—are mixed with drop-in hockey development, scheduled classes, and small children play hours. Upstairs holds a Starbucks, the Kraken team store, and 32 Bar and Grill. Want to see how the pros do it? Some Kraken team practices are open to
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