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BladeRunners Ice Complex
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Location Harmarville, Pennsylvania
Warrendale, Pennsylvania
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
Owner Kratsa Properties[1]

BladeRunners Ice Complex is a group of ice hockey rinks and sports facilities in Western Pennsylvania.[2] The BladeRunners first location opened in Harmarville, Pennsylvania in 1992; it was the first twin-ice facility in the Pittsburgh region.[3] Two other locations opened in Warrendale, Pennsylvania in 1994 and in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania in 1995.[3] The Harmarville location gained a third rink in 2003.[3]

BladeRunners hosted the 2005 American Collegiate Hockey Association Division III Men’s National Hockey Championships and the USA in-line Girl’s 16 and under national team.[3] It is the home ice for several collegiate hockey programs, including Slippery Rock University, California University of Pennsylvania, and Pittsburgh Panthers.[4]

In 2012, the owners considered selling the Warrendale facility to the Grace Community Church.[5][6] However, the sale did not proceed and nearly all tenants returned.[7]


Bladerunners Ice Complex hosts a variety of ice hockey leagues, from junior age to college.

Other activitiesEdit

Select Bladerunners Ice Complexes offer on-ice bumper cars. Figure skating, sticktimes, pickup hockey, learn to skate, learn to play hockey, and various other activities are also offered.


Several teams call their Bladerunners their home rink:


  1. Sciullo, Maria. "Zoning puts chill on ice rink land in Bethel Park", March 16, 2012. Retrieved on August 3, 2012. 
  2. "Where to go ... BladeRunners Ice Complex", July 3, 2012. Retrieved on August 3, 2012. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 History. BladeRunners Ice Complex. Retrieved on August 3, 2012.
  4. Links. BladeRunners Ice Complex. Retrieved on August 3, 2012.
  5. Kissel, Jennifer. "Youth hockey may be out in cold if Marshall rink is sold", March 15, 2012. Retrieved on August 3, 2012. /
  6. Conway, Rachael. "Church bid to use ice skating facility rejected in Marshall", March 15, 2012. Retrieved on August 3, 2012. 
  7. Conway, Rachael. "Skating rink to remain; former tenants to return", July 3, 2012. Retrieved on August 3, 2012. 

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