Niagara Regional Street Hockey Centre

Established in 1979 the Niagara Regional Street Hockey Centre (NRSHC) is located in Niagara Falls, Ontario and is just two miles from the world famous Horseshoe Falls. The NRSHC facility is just minutes away from all the  area accomodations and  attractions.

The facility is the original and oldest Street Hockey/Dekhockey Center in Canada and opened in 1979. It is also the home of the The Maple Leaf Cup Tournament. Teams from all over the United States, Canada and even Europe have played at the facility over the years.

The NRSHC  is a proud member of the OBHA & IDTA  with 2 Official size rinks  all with MS3 SportsSurface which is made to enhance the sport. The facility has a Pro Shop,  snack bar, video game area and plenty of room for spectators.

The NRSHC operates year round with 3 major seasons. Players play from age 4 to over 40 in organized leagues, with certified officials and volunteer coaches. Besides Street Hockey Leagues and Tournaments, the Center has a full range of activities including clinics, hockey camps and seminars for Referees and Coaches.

The Centre prides itself as a clean, well run facility for families and players who want to play and enjoy street hockey. NRSHC is owned and operated by Tim and Chris Housser and Dave Guitar