Rink-rat



noun, Canadian.
1.
a youth who spends a great deal of time at a hockey rink, helping with maintenance work, sweeping, etc., often without pay or in return for free admission to the rink.
noun
1.
(Canadian, informal) a young person who carries out chores at an ice-hockey rink in return for free skating time
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