The Capital City Vipers is a Tier II Youth Hockey Program located in Pennsylvania. The focus is on player development, both on and off the ice, the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork, strong competition, and giving each player the tools to become the best player, teammate & individual they can be all while enjoying the game of hockey. Coaches and staff encourage the players to develop confidence and competence in fundamental skills, in a safe, competitive environment.
FORWARDS: Lucas Barnes, Capital City Vipers Lucas is an up-and-coming two-way player who can play both center and wing. He has great stickhandling ability that he will look to use to make plays this weekend. Dylan Paranich, Igloo Jaguars Black Dylan is a smooth skater who looks to use his abilities to score some dazzling […]Read More
FORWARDS: . Byron Schultz, Capital City Vipers Byron is a 2nd-year player that transitioned to wing and is strong on the puck. He has excellent backchecking skills and has a strong shot. Byron tied for the team lead with 4 points scoring two-goal and 2 assists along with two shootout goals. . Dylan Paranich, Igloo […]Read More
FORWARD: . Ryan Swartzell, Capital City Vipers National Ryan is a hard-working forward that never gives up and always drives the net hard. He’s an aggressive forechecker and has a thing for scoring big goals as well, scoring a shootout game-winner. . Justin Pacheco, Philadelphia Blazers National Having success in the face-off circle this weekend, […]Read More
FORWARD Dylan Swon, Rockets Hockey ClubWith 11 goals and 20 points in five games Swon has been a huge attribute to the Rockets undefeated AHF play. While Swon has natural scoring ability, he knows when to distribute the puck, leading to a balanced attack out of his game. Baptiste Demurge, New Jersey StarsThe power forward […]Read More
Haverford Hawks vs. Rockets Hockey Club, Saturday October 23rd: In the thick of the playoff hunt, these two squads will face-off in a pivotal game with big implications in the standings. Haverford has found a balanced offensive attack with five players in double-digits in points, led by Daniel Donegan. Frankie and Jake Ely are also in that group with both […]Read More