Suburban Ice-Farmington Hills, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, is an ice arena that was originally built as a tennis club in the 1970's. SIFH has two NHL-regulation sized ice sheets (200' x 85'), eight private dressing rooms, two officials rooms, heated viewing areas with full sound of the action, a pro shop, skate rental, concession stand, as well as a hockey shooting zone and cardio area. Suburban Ice-Farmington Hills is owned and operated by Suburban Sports Group of Farmington Hills.
23996 Freeway Park Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
After winning a national championship with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League, Geoff was a four-year letterwinner on the Ferris State University hockey team, where he served as alternate captain of the Bulldogs during his junior and senior years. In 150 career games at FSU, Geoff scored 41 goals and 43 assists for 84 points. He served as an assistant general manager in 1999 before being promoted to his current post. Geoff has been an on-ice instructor and program manager for Suburban Hockey Schools for the last 13 years. He has served two years (2004-06) as president of the Michigan Arena Managers Association and is a member of the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association’s (MAHA) One Goal Committee, which was formed to promote the growth of hockey.
Assistant Manager/Skating Director