Womens Hockey Club

Directions to Rock Ice

Rock Ice Center

125 North Avenue
Dunellen, New Jersey 08812
732-752-8600

From the West

Route 22 East, follow to GreenBrook and take the exit for Washington Ave. south. Go to intersection with Route 28 (North Ave) and make a left onto Rt. 28. Rink is on the right about 1/2 mile down.

From New York and North

NJ Turnpike or GS Parkway - to Route 22 West, follow to GreenBrook and take jughandle for Washington Ave. south. Go to intersection with Route 28 (North Ave) and make a left onto Rt. 28. Rink is on the right about 1/2 mile down.

From South Jersey

NJ Turnpike or GS Parkway - to Route 287 north, to exit 5 Stelton Road. Follow Stelton Road north; bear right at fork onto Washington Ave. Follow to intersection with Rt.28 (North Ave) and make a right onto Rt 28. The rink is on the right about 1/2 mile down.

For more and alternate directions, see The Rock Ice Center's offical website.

You can also view The Rock's location on Google Maps.

Opponents

About the Wings

In the spring of 1995, a handful of figure skating instructors at the Bridgewater Sports Arena took to the ice in hockey equipment. At first, members of the newborn Wings Hockey Club utilized any available ice time. They recruited experienced friends and spouses to serve as coaches. Soon, more women, many who were new to skating, joined the group. Encouraged by their progress, the Wings not only became a team, but a highly competitive team.

In 2000-2001, the overall growth of women's hockey in the United States had a profound impact on the Wings. By the end of the season the team's membership had almost tripled in size to include more than 40 players. The Wings were now a women's hockey organization with enough players for two competitive teams.

2001-2002 was another year of growth for the Wings. Two practice and game slots per week were obtained because there were now almost 60 players registered with the organization. Additionally, the decision was made to form three teams.

Through 2000 to the present the Wings have participated in league, Atlantic District and National play-offs, as well as numerous indendepent tournaments. The wings have been playing out of Rock Ice in Dunellen, NJ for the past few seasons.

This season, one of the of the Wings teams are members the UWHL - United Women's Hockey League) and the other operates independently.