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About RRHC

The Raiders, a non-profit organization, skate out of SkateQuest of Reston. It is a twin-rink facility just off the Dulles Toll Road in Reston, well-positioned to serve the Northern Virginia and metro D.C. area. Read More

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14U Silver Wins the Congressional Cup
The 14U Bantam Silver squad worked hard and came home with the Congressional...
EHS Holiday Clinic at SkateQuest
10U 2006 Blue Wins Harborcenter Cup!!!
The Reston Raiders 10UAA 2006 Blue team returned to sunny and beautiful...
D1 in DC - Raiders Alum McLaughlin to Play
This January, for the first time ever, NCAA Division 1 Women’s...
Calling All Sponsors
What Sponsoring with the Reston Raiders Hockey Club can do for your...
Reston Raiders Goalie Clinics for Travel & House Goalies
The Raiders will be offering five goalie clinics this year with coaches...
New! Inova Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline: 703-970-6427
Adding to the list of concussion resources available to Raiders families:...
14U Silver Wins the Congressional Cup

The 14U Bantam Silver squad worked hard and came home with the Congressional Cup over Thanksgiving weekend. The team started off on the right foot, beating the Triad (Greensboro, N.C.) Storm 2-1. Saturday morning they faced a quick scoring ’03 Blue team and found themselves in an early 0-2 deficit but climbed back finishing the game in a 4-4 tie. Later Saturday, they faced the Philadelphia Blazers tying them 3-3, but Sunday mornings performance would determine their future and they came out strong with a 5-0 win over the Carolina Eagles. That win sent them to the Championship game against the number 1 seed Philadelphia Blazers. Any uncertainty from the previous day would be erased with a 4-1 win and the rights to the Cup. Goals were scored in the final game by Tommy Fisher, Ray Ellingwood (2) and Ethan Hoffman.

The team consists of Austin Art, Frank Ellingwood, Ray Ellingwood, Tommy Fisher, Colin Franciszkowicz, Matt Guidash, Ethan Hoffman, Ian McKinley, Danny Morgan, Matt Palmieri, Matt Prame, Jacob Rose, Hunter Spicer, Logan Valentin, Brendan Wheeler, Nick Willey and the goalies are Daniel Hoh-Hill and Sasha Lawrence. Coaches are Kris McKinley, Jim Morgan, Marc Franciszkowicz, David Ellingwood, Fred Valentin, Don Hill Mike Prame and Tom Fisher. Managers are David Art and Steve Willey

by posted 12/05/2016
EHS Holiday Clinic at SkateQuest

by posted 12/02/2016
10U 2006 Blue Wins Harborcenter Cup!!!

The Reston Raiders 10UAA 2006 Blue team returned to sunny and beautiful downtown Buffalo, New York over the weekend of November 4th-6th and brought back their fourth straight tournament title, the 2016-17 10UAA HARBORCENTER Cup.  The tournament was played in the state-of-the-art HarborCenter, practice facility of the Buffalo Sabres, home of the Division I Canisius College Griffins and host to the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championships. 

The 10UAA Raiders played in the 9UAA tournament last year, making it to the semi-finals.  This year, the tournament drew fifteen other AA teams from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ontario and Virginia.  The Raiders captured Pool A, after overwhelming Perinton (NY) Blades 8-1 in the opener, Erie (PA) Lions 6-3 and then coming from behind against a tough Niagara Falls (Ont.) Flyers team, 2-1.  That set up a semi-final match-up against CBHL foe, Ashburn Xtreme, winners of Pool D by virtue of their win over the Hamilton (Ont.) Huskies.  The Raiders jumped out to a 3-0 first period lead but were staggered a bit by an Ashburn rally to start the second period.  Undaunted, the Raiders scored two goals within a minute of one another to end the third and added the insurance goal early in the third to win 6-3. 

The Raiders’ opponent in the final was the Barrie (Ont.) Jr. Colts, who had also gone 3-0-0 through the preliminaries and were defending HARBORCENTER Cup champions.  The Colts, a strong, well-coached and disciplined team ousted the Garden City Falcons (St. Catharines, Ont.), 3-2 in double overtime to gain a spot in the final, where the Raiders and Colts played a tight-checking affair with the Raiders taking an initial lead late in the first period.  The Colts answered with a rebound put-back early in the second but the Raiders responded in kind.  With only 20 seconds left in the 2nd period, the Raiders scored again and despite a second goal by Barrie in the third, the Raiders held on for a 3-2 win and finished the tournament with a perfect 5-0-0 record. 

For the second straight year, the team enjoyed a great weekend of hockey and friendship in Western New York, having scarfed down wings and pizza at the legendary Anchor Bar and plenty of Tim Horton’s donuts, as well as taking in side trips to Niagara Falls, the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Buffalo Zoo, Buffalo Naval Historical Park, Niagara-on-the-Lake and other spots in between.

The 2016-17 Reston Raiders 06 Blue team is comprised of: Andrew Abousleiman, Nate Baltas, Kai Blevins, Alex Bovim, Graham Haberl, Pete Kuligowski, Alex Markva, Brian McInnis, Connor Morgan, Benjamin Norton, Amadeo Pivonka, Vincent Scodellaro, Rocco Somma, Peter Turner, Christopher Valko, and Aleksey Zubarev.  The team is coached by Matt Scodellaro, Sean Turner, Matt Somma, Paul Norton, Mikhail “Misha” Zubarev, Chris Blevins, and Keith Markva.  The team is managed by Ms. Kelly Morgan and its chief executive, Jozef “GMJV” Valko. 

by posted 11/10/2016
D1 in DC - Raiders Alum McLaughlin to Play

This January, for the first time ever, NCAA Division 1 Women’s Hockey games will be played in the DC area as St. Lawrence University will face-off against Mercyhurst University in a two-game series, January 7-8 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex.
This is an excellent opportunity for all RRHC players and parents to see hockey played at the highest levels. The Club encourages Raiders' families to attend the games and support Maggie McLaughlin, who is a first-year player at St. Lawrence and a Reston Raiders alum. Maggie began her career in the Raiders IP program and continued playing for the Raiders through Bantam boys travel and the Girls U19 team before playing for the Washington Pride during her Junior and Senior seasons of High School. 
Tickets to the games are available here:  There is a nominal $10 ticket fee, which covers entrance to both games. Get your tickets today to see two games featuring some of the best players in NCAA D1 Women's hockey. 
D1 in DC is sponsored by the Washington Pride.  

by posted 10/20/2016
Calling All Sponsors

What Sponsoring with the Reston Raiders Hockey Club can do for your organization:


Sponsorship provides you the unique opportunity to connect with the Reston Raiders Youth Hockey Program and the community, to build brand awareness and show your company’s support of an important cause, support of future hockey players.

Finding the Right Fit

Each Sponsorship Program reaches a different key audience segment and provides a way for you to reach out to thousands of families that pass through Skatequest , Raiders Home Ice Rink, during tournaments, fundraisers, and open skates. Feel good about supporting our local club, heritage and an organization that has been going strong for more than two decades.

Package Types

Blue, Silver, Black, and Custom, We have a variety of package that will meet your expectations.

Look at the Packages we have to offer @ Sponsorship Packages

by posted 10/14/2016
Reston Raiders Goalie Clinics for Travel & House Goalies

The Raiders will be offering five goalie clinics this year with coaches from the Goalie Academy providing the instruction at the following dates and times:
10/2 – 5:50 – 7:10 pm
10/30 – 5:50 – 7:10 pm
12/4 – 5:50 – 7:10 pm
1/29 – 5:50 – 7:10 pm
2/12 – 5:50 – 7:10 pm
Registration for these goalie clinics will be open to travel goalies first about a month before the date. Approximately a week before the clinic date registration will be open to house goalies.
Registration is free for travel goalies and $20 for house goalies.
To register, go to the Raiders web site, select the registration tab and choose the correct date and type of registration for your goalie. There are separate registration forms for house and travel goalies.
If you are unable to attend the goalie clinic after signing up for it you must notify me at least 24 hours before the clinic to allow those on the wait list to fill the vacant spot. Abuse of the registration system will preclude you from benefiting from early sign ups and you will be placed on the wait list upon registration.
If you have any questions, please Raiders Goalie Coach, Don Hill via email at  @aol

by posted 09/29/2016
New! Inova Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline: 703-970-6427
Adding to the list of concussion resources available to Raiders families:  Inova's Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline.  Call if your child is showing signs/symptoms of concussion and you want to talk with a concussion specialist. This is a great resource for players injured on the weekend. 
Raiders also has an athletic trainer available at the rink by appointment on certain weekdays (no charge to Raider families) and a list of referrals to concussion specialists in our area.  Click here for more information.

by posted 02/16/2016
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