Listen to the sounds of Matt Grunauer driving a zamboni at the Ice Den in Scottsdale.
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The Ice Den in Scottsdale is home to the Arizona Coyotes and skaters at all levels.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
A sign warns skaters to remain off the rink until the Zamboni doors have fully closed.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Skaters scoop up handfuls of ice shavings to fill any holes they can find on the ice before the Zamboni begins to smooth it over.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Matt Grunauer moves the Coyotes practice nets off the rink so he the Zamboni can get to work.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Grunauer's Zamboni completes one final lap on the Coyote Rink.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Matt Grunauer drives the Zamboni at the Ice Den in Scottsdale.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Matt Grunauer pushes excess water and ice from the edge of the ice rink after the Zamboni has made its way around.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
After clearing the ice, the Zamboni is packed full of snow-like shavings, which are dumped into a vat of water.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
The ice cleared from the rink is dumped into a vat of water after the Zamboni is parked.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
Kids of all ages ice skate during the rink's public hours at the Ice Den.Daisy Finch/KJZZ
The Zamboni creates a safe skating surface, and rink workers ensure the safety of everyone at the Ice Den.Daisy Finch/KJZZ