El Paso Rhino Hockey returns this weekend with the first of four summer Black and Orange All-Star games, as well as welcoming the public back for open skating.
“The NAHL sees some of the best junior hockey talent in the country and the Rhinos are thrilled to showcase the skills of the next NCAA Division I icons, and possibly, NHL stars,” club officials shared. “On Sunday, prospective Rhinos will experience the unbeatable, raucous and rowdy Rhino Hockey crowd!”
The game, set for Sunday, June 27 at 4:30 pm, will be the culmination of the Rhinos’ first North American Hockey League (NAHL) tryout camp. During the five-day camp, nearly 200 players from all over the world will compete for a spot on the El Paso roster.
Admission is free and seating is first come, first served. The doors will open at 4:00 pm and the puck drops at 4:30.
In addition to Rhino Hockey, ice skating is also back and open to the public.
Throughout the summer, the El Paso Hockey Association will hold weekday sessions and multiple sessions on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Birthday parties, private events as well as military and group discounts are available. The full public skating schedule can be found by clicking here.
Details on the remaining three All-Star games in July and August will soon be announced; for more info on the Rhinos, visit their website.