office (847) 844-8700

Leafs Ice Centre is Managed By:
Fairview Facilities Management, LLC

Leafs Ice Centre
801 Wesemann Drive
West Dundee, IL 60118


Click on the links to the right for more information on specific hockey programs, classes, camps and clinics. ----> ----> ---->

Click here to learn more about our program Directors and the programs offered at Leafs Ice Centre.

The Leafs Ice Centre Offers a wide variety of hockey programs, hockey classes, learn to skate, camps, clinics and Private Lessons through our Little Leafs Skate School.


Admission $10 at door or $8 per session if you buy a 10 pass card for $80.
Stick & Puck is an opportunity for you to practice your skills in an open ice environment. No games are allowed during Stick & Puck. Full gear is required for children, under 18 Adults must wear helmets.

Stick & Puck Rules

  1. No scrimmages
  2. No organized practices
  3. No slap shots
  4. All sections of ice and nets are open to everyone
  5. Under 18 must have full gear!
  6. Must have helmet, gloves, and stick of own. Rink cannot provide!
  7. All players must supply own pucks.

You may be asked to leave with no refund if you are not following these rules
Maximum of 30 skaters and 4 goalies per session


Adult RAT Hockey - Click here for schedules - $10/player

We offer Adult Hockey Leagues at the B, C1, C2, House, and Recreational levels.

Adult Hockey Leagues

Contact our Hockey Director Sergei Vahmistrovs for info:

847-844-8700 ext 8007 or

Click here for the Leafs Hockey Club - Tier 2 Travel Hockey

Hockey Program Links

Hockey Home

Adult Hockey

Little Leafs Skate School

Tot Hockey

Hockey Camps and Clinics

Leafs Hockey Club

Open Hockey (RAT HOCKEY)

Stick and Puck

E-Mail Sergei Vahmistrovs


Sergei Vahmistrovs- Hockey Director

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Sergei is originally from Riga, Latvia: he was a member of Latvia Junior and Senior National team where he participated in multiple IIHF World Hockey Championships.  He received Gold and Bronze medals in IIHF World Junior Championships, and his experience includes Junior, Collegiate and Semi-Professional hockey teams.  After his retirement from active hockey, Sergei became a hockey director/coach and has been coaching various hockey players including players from the National Hockey League along with being involved in youth hockey for 9 years.  Sergei’s goal is to develop as many quality youth hockey skaters as possible and to make sure that every time they are stepping on the ice for practice they are having fun.