Protec Ponds Training Center

Skate Sharpening

Skate Sharpening


-Goalie sharping $ 8

-Player Skate Jr. $ 6 ( sizes 5.5 and under )

-Competitive sharping ( Figure Skates ) $15 and up depending on type of Blade / Standards figure skate beginners $8

Additional offerings:

  1. Replace Steel Rivets – $2.00 per rivet
  2. Replace skate eyelets – $2.00 per eyelet
  3. Replace copper rivets – $3.00 per rivet
  4. Graff Bolt replacement – $5 per bolt
  5. Custom Radius – sizes 6 – 8 $50 2 hours of labor include sharpening, sizes 8 – 12 $60 2 hours of labor including sharping. ( Project )
  6. Skate / Boot Punching – $5 per spot 24 hour waiting period
  7. Skate stretching – $ 20 per pair 24 hour waiting period
  8. Mounting or changing of new skate holders ( Bauer, CMM, Reebok or Graff ) – $ 85 ( Project )
  9. Skate Oven baking – $25
  10. Helmet Repairs – $1.50 per attachment
  11. Roller hockey conversions – $ 250 2-4 days ( Project )
  12. Complete TUUK / HOLDER conversions 2 – 4 days ( new holder and steel/ swap ) $225 ( Project )
  13. Sharping Cards ( Jrs hockey cards 10 Sharping’s $50 10 per card 11 sharping free / SR’s hockey sharping cards $ 60 10 per card 11 sharping card free ) Sharping cards can’t be combined with any other sharping price or type.

*All shop specialty work has a standard labor rate $25 per project

How often should I get my skates sharpened?

This depends on how often you are skating as well as the condition of your blades. Hockey players that are often on the ice will insist on sharpening their skates before every game. Others only require sharpening monthly. Most blades should be sharpened if there are signs of rust or nicks in the blade as it will compromise the edge on your blade. Be sure to wipe down your blades before storing them as moisture left behind will result in rust buildup.

What is the radius of hollow?

Skate sharpening is based on creating a radius of hollow (RoH) in a skate blade, which enables the skater to skate on two sharp, square edges. There isn’t one magic RoH for every skater. Each hollow has its advantages and disadvantages, and each skater makes an evaluation as to which is best for them. The profile of a skate blade hollow is not limited to a radius – there are an infinite number of shapes that can be transmitted onto a skate blade.

How do I know which Radius of Hollow is best suited for me?

The ideal RoH is best determined by the skater’s comfort level on the ice. Because you can transfer essentially any number of profiles onto your blade, you really need to determine for yourself what edge you prefer to skate on. Here are some common recommendations to get you started: