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"No-Icing" Sports is a full-service hockey equipment pro-shop, no baseball, no snowboards, just hockey! The owner is a hockey player who understands what hockey players need...decent priced equipment, and consistent and excellent customer service. Our specialty is custom skate sharpening and sports equipment sanitization and odor removal. – more... We also offer skate radiusing, skate repairs, new/used equipment and accessories.

We are the ONLY company in the Boston-Southern NH area to offer a fast, no wear and tear odor removal service for all your hockey gear.

We also concentrate on providing the most reliable and consistent skate sharpening service available using both manual and state-of-the-art computer aided machinery. Unlike most rinks and pro-shops, we don't sharpen all skates the same way, nor do we use rotating high-school kids or retail clerks doubling as skate technicians. Our goal is to provide quality customized skate sharpening and blade profiling that is based on personal attention to the needs of each skater. We strive to achieve the best grind and blade shape for the individual skater, driven by a variety of factors including, age, weight, position played, style (speed or agility), ice temp, and more. We believe we can make you a better skater by customizing the grind to fit your style and preferences.

At No-Icing Sports, the grind that's right for you will be stored on-site or in the computer memory of our sharpening machine, so when you return you will get the EXACT same sharpening you like, every time!

We offer flexible operating hours and appointments making it possible to have sharpening done when you need it, not based on limited retail store hours. Our service is fast, while you wait, both for sanitizing and sharpening. Drop by our shop or call to schedule your appointment today. – lessMore from ZoomInfo »

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