With three convenient locations in Harmarville, Warrendale, and Bethel Park, Blade Runners has established itself as the industry leader for all your skating needs.
Harmarville was opened in 1992 and was the first twin-ice facility in Pittsburgh. Due to the enormous popularity of this facility, two more locations were developed. The Warrendale facility was opened in 1994 and Bethel Park in 1995.
In September 2003, a third rink was added to the Harmarville location. The new rink has seating on both sides of the arena and is one of the largest hockey venues in Western Pennsylvania. This multi-purpose facility offers ice activities in the winter and in-line activities in the summer.
Our facilities are home to over 6 amateur associations, 15 high school organizations, 200 high school hockey games, 60 adult hockey teams, 4 men’s and women’s college hockey programs, 3 figure skating programs, 25 youth and adult in-line teams, and numerous in house skating and hockey programs.
We have hosted several national competitions in both hockey, in-line, and figure skating since 1992. In 2005, the Harmarville location played host to the ACHA Division III Men’s National Hockey Championships and the USA in-line Girl’s 16 and under national team try-outs.
Blade Runners looks forward to serving the Pittsburgh hockey and figure skating community for many years to come. Please view our many programs and events that are contained in this web site.
Yours in skating,
Jim Lybarger — Blade Runners GM