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Winter Registration is OPEN!

The WINTER season registration is OPEN!

The website was incorrectly charging $120.  That has been fixed.  If you already paid, we will refund the difference.  Because of the issue, we have also removed any increase in fees based on registration date.  The fee is $110 up until registration closes.

2020 Winter Rec League Registration Lookup

To look up the details of a completed 2020 Winter Rec League Registration registration please type in all details exactly as they appear on the final registration.

Fall 2019 Rosters


  Thunder Dogs Badgers Jets Copperheads
Coach Tony Droppleman Stuart McCollough Adam Sheldon John Koch
Asst. Coach   Alex Sargent    
1 Aidan Mcguiggan Benjamin Sargent Aydyn Super Chase Field
2 Aliya Bonghi Breckon Goodman Ethan Long Daniel Bowles
3 Brody  Southall Cailin McCullough Greyson Bedall Henry Crain
4 Colin Broache Camden "Zeke" McCullough Jamie Simons James Lawson 
5 Issiah Seay George Byford Jordan Woods Jayse Shelton 
6 JJ Droppleman James Sargent Lucas Bunger Joey Koch
7 Kaden Stevens Jamyson Bradley Maddox Super John Hall
8 Shayne Exline Owen McIntyre Mikaela Gilbert Landon Murray
9 William McAdoo  Thomas Byford Nolan Sheldon Liam Salunga

Maddox  Shelton 


  Flame Throwers Rink Rats Lamp Lighters
Coach Jennifer Kashinejad Scott Foster Bill Russo
Asst. Coach Tony Droppleman    
1 Buddy Page Dustin Dyer Benjamin  Russo
2 Gavin VanFossen Ethan Miller Donovan Molino
3 Hudson Droppleman Jack Foster Jack Brown
4 Jack Bennett Joshua Bieger James Russo
5 Jonathan Chenault Kaleb Riley Josh Koch
6 Kaleb Kashinejad Logan Riley Michael Molino
7 Layton Goodman Nicholas  Long Nelson Greenwood
8 Max Green Ryan Riley Nevin Barnes

Adult Hockey

Games start Wednesday, September 11th.  Rosters and schedule are below.
We do have a new rule this season that the team captains voted in.  We have discussed it for a while but decided it is time to give it a try.  Goals can only be scored from shots taken on the offensive side of the rink.  This includes not taking slapshots before crossing the center of the rink.  The goal here is to lower the risk of head level slapshots, limit some of the garbage goals, and give the goals a "break" when the puck is in the defensive zone.  We can re-evaluate after a few weeks if it's not working out.  If a slapshot is taken before crossing the rink, the defending team gets the puck else the puck will be given back to the team that scored.
Wednesday, 9/11
7pm Moose vs Big Deke Energy
8pm Amish vs Wolf Pack
Moose Knuckles Big Deke Energy Fighting Amish  Wolf Pack
Casey Engel Daniel Perkins Adam Sheldon Cory Nichols
Harrison Schaeffer  Jon Bonghi Andrew Muise Darryl Talman
James Shelhorse Matthew Tharpe David Lane James Bradley
Justin Cecil Stephen White Jacob Sklar Luke Herring
Payton Klee Terry DeBose Jerad Carlson Shawn Davidson
  Travis Devenport Thomas Hauck Tim Howland
Russell Ramsey  Joshua Earley Daniel Mackey Michael Rackett

What equipment is required?

Required Equipment

The following items are REQUIRED:

  1. Helmet
  2. Gloves
  3. Elbow Pads
  4. Shin Guards
  5. Skates
  6. Stick
  7. Inline pants (or a substitute that is durable)

The following equipment is OPTIONAL:

  1. Padded shirt
  2. Shoulder pads (may become required soon)
  3. Girdle under the inline pants
  4. Mouth guard (may become required soon)
  5. Athletic Cup (required for Puck hockey at The Ozone)


This is the most important piece of equipment.  There is a big difference between skates (wheels) made for the outdoors and indoors.  Wheels used outside are typically hard and sometimes even plastic.  Wheels made for the inside are softer and are made of rubber.  If you try to use outdoor wheels, especially plastic ones, it's extremely hard.  If you use your indoor wheels outside, you will ruin them in a short period of time.  Skates also can't have any bolts or medal sticking out.  These are often found on outdoor skates or old skates.  The bolts will cause damage to the playing surface. 

Skates MUST HAVE  a full set of wheels.  A player can't start a game with an empty slot for a wheel.  The risk of injury to another player and risk to rink damage increases.

Download Our Mobile App!

Our mobile app allows for you to track your team from your phone!  You can use the link below or search for it in your app store.

  1. In your app store, search for "Sports Engine" - it's made by Sport Ngin, Inc. and will have an NBC logo on it (parent company)
  2. Download the app and open it
  3. Click on the magnifying glass
  4. Enter "Richmond Roller Hockey League"
  5. Find the team you want to track and select it
  6. Click on the "star" to add it as a favorite
  7. You are done!
  8. If you have issues, email RVARHL@GMAIL.COM and we will help.

Inclement Weather!

In the event of inclement weather, the league will provide updates on our league phone number, Facebook, and this website.  Because we might not have access to update the website, it would be good to check 2 sources if you are concerned.

League Phone Number:  (804) 620-RRHL  or (804) 620-7745

    RSL - Regional Select League

    Rinks around Virginia have pulled together to form a league that allows for "all star" type teams from each rink to play against each other.  The divisions include Elementary School, Middle School, and High School.

    It's not a huge commitment of time.  We will practice some and the games are generally once a month.  The cost is minimal. 

    The registration process includes a question around interest in RSL.  If you respond "yes", we will evaluate your son/daughter for a spot on the team.  We may or may not hold tryouts for the teams.  Our preference at this time is to evaluate the players during games without putting them through the stress of a formal tryout.  Responding "yes" is not an agreement to play.  We will share more information with you and you can make a decision at a later time on whether you are interested. 

    Games run November through February.  Usually 5 game dates over the course of that time period.


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    Richmond Roller Hockey League

    The Richmond Roller Hockey League, or RRHL, is located in Ashland, Virginia and plays at Ozone.  The league started in 1992, as the Central Virginia Youth Roller Hockey League (CVYRHL).  The league name changed to the RRHL when the organization earned it's non-profit status in 1996.  We are a big family that loves hockey and we have a ball when we play!

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