Midwest Training And Ice Center
ST. JOHN | Some people stumble into things.
DYER | On a cold fall night, a Blackhawks game plays on several flat-screen TVs, the concession stand pumps out orders and gigantic equipment bags litter the floors of the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer, packed with young hockey players.
Crown Point hockey players wait for the ice to be groomed before practice at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer.
Crown Point hockey players huddle during practice at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer. Crown Point is one of three local prep programs that make up the Illiana Hockey League, rotating practice time on the rink.
Crown Point hockey players get ready for practice at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer. The Bulldogs rotate practices with Munster and two teams from Lake Central.
A Crown Point hockey player practices at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer. Crown Point is among three prep hockey programs that make up the Illiana Hockey League.
Lake Central hockey players practice at the Midwest Training and Ice Center in Dyer. High school players usually practice late, after the child leagues have finished.
This is an example where size doesn't matter.
DYER | In their final home game of the 2014 season at Midwest Training and Ice Center on Sunday, the Illiana Blackbirds defeated the Tri City Icehawks 5-3 to claim the deciding game in their best-of-three series and advancing to the final-four round-robin for the Minnesota Junior Hockey Leag…
While hosting the Wisconsin Rampage in the first round of the Minnesota Junior Hockey League Great Lakes Division playoffs, it was the Illiana Blackbirds who went on a rampage, rolling over their foes 10-4 in the first game of a best-of-three series on March 7 at Midwest Training and Ice Cen…
It was a shootout that almost didn't happen.
DYER | Joe Keenan's overtime goal lifted the Illiana Blackbirds to a 3-2 victory over the Tri City Icehawks in Illiana's first game back from the Minnesota Junior Hockey League holiday break, Jan. 17 at Midwest Training and Ice Center.
DYER | It's good to be back home after starting nearly a quarter of the regular season on the road.
ST. JOHN | Hayley Butcher is glad she's back on the U.S. Trampoline and Tumbling Senior National Team.
CROWN POINT | The Midwest Training and Ice Center will be hosting the July Kid's Night Out. The theme will be red, white and blue. The event will be held July 20 from 5-8 p.m.
DYER | Midwest Training and Ice Center's artistic gymnastics program produced 14 state champions who earned 20 gold medals this spring.
DYER | This Saturday, May 18 from 5-8 p.m is Kids Night Out during open gym at Midwest Training and Ice Center, 10600 White Oak Avenue. Give yourself a break, and give your children to us! Call to register today.
DYER | One of the main things that differentiates figure skating from ice dancing is the latter doesn't include jumps — but don't jump to conclusions by thinking that ice dancing is easy.
ST. JOHN | After experiencing some growing pains at the start of the season, the Illiana Blackbirds have soared into the Minnesota Junior Hockey League playoffs.
ST. JOHN | While honoring protocol of a team with some unfinished business on its agenda, the Lake Central Indians avoided contact with the traveling Roper Cup trophy like it was filled with anthrax.
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