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Scotia Blades

Monday 4:30 - 7:00PM
Tuesday 4:30 - 7:00PM
Wednesday ...CLOSED...
Thursday 4:30 - 7:00PM
Friday 4:30 - 7:00PM
Saturday 9:00 - 3:00PM
Sunday 9:00 - 3:00PM

Crowchild Twin Arena

Monday ...CLOSED...
Tuesday 11:30 - 3:00PM
Wednesday ...CLOSED...
Thursday 4:00 - 7:00PM
Friday ...CLOSED...
Saturday 10:00 - 1:00PM
Sunday ...CLOSED...

Cardel Place South

Monday ...CLOSED...
Tuesday 4:00 - 7:00PM
Wednesday ...CLOSED...
Thursday 1200 - 3:00PM
Friday ...CLOSED...
Saturday 2:00 - 5:00PM
Sunday ...CLOSED...

BLades Skate Shop



Skate Sharpeners tend to give deep hollows to compensate for uneven, misaligned or non-profiled skates. Good skate sharpeners may be able to give you a level sharpening.

Will give you a consistent level sharpening, will not unnecessarily erode the blade away and have working knowledge of how the skate and skater interacts with the ice. Visit a Maximum Edge Member near you.

South Fish Creek

Cardel Place South

  About Blades Skate Shop

Blades Skate Shop is a member of Maximum Edge which is truly a professional skate sharpening and profiling service that will increase performance as well as reduce the risk of injuries.

Mike Allen (Maximum Edge Windsor Ont)
Patrick Puddifant (Blades Skate Shop Calgary AB)
Paul Boyer (Detroit Red Wings Equipment Manager)
Terry Burrows (Bladz Skate Shop Edmonton AB)
Bob Allen (Maximum Edge Windsor Ont)

Maximum Edge is a skate sharpening supplier to the NHL including on-ice officials.

Maximum Edge and the member locations offer their hockey and figure skating customers a superior standard in skate blade maintenance. The sharpening system incorporates our own profiling and patented finishing process, which increases the number one factor in skating...


This system provides an improved center of gravity, resulting in greater maneuverability and increased speed. 

Get Your Skates Checked

New or used skates are not necessarily sharpened and profiled to the skater. To reduce risk of injury and to ensure your skates will provide you with proper control and maneuverability you should have them checked for proper profile and alignment.

Proper sharpening, blade mounting, alignment and profile determine the skater’s center of gravity, body posture, body compensations and physical stress. All these affect the skating style, speed, stops, starts and a hockey player’s stick handling as well as a figure skater’s jumps and landings.

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did you know?

A smaller (ROH) Radius of Hallow, i.e. 1/2" results in a blade with a higher bite angle than a blade with a larger radius, i.e. 5/8" ROH. A higher bite angle will cause the blade to penetrate the ice deeper increasing drag.
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