About Us

Madison Rec Hockey is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping grow the game of hockey. The guys at Madison Rec Hockey have a true passion for the sport of hockey. However, our main focus is growing the game of roller hockey.

It is our goal to generate both youth and adult leagues, that will allow for teams to have fun, stay competitive, and if players wish, compete at the highest level tournaments in the country.

Who is Madison Rec Hockey?

dman-eric

Played youth and junior ice hockey for the Puget Sound Tomahawks in Tacoma Washington growing up.

Played in the Great Lakes Hockey League since 2010 for the Fox Cities Ice Dogs and Monroe Blues.

Roller Hockey: The current team is from Madison called Floss and Sauce since we are sponsored by a local dental office.

TCS Nashville Tournament Champion, TOHRS Regional Champion, State Wars Bronze Medal. Multiple S.W.I.R.H.L championships. 

 

Fun Facts

From Auburn, Washington (suburb of Seattle) 

Has one sister who was really in to Volleyball 

Has worked in the Hockey industry since 2006. 

 

goalie-jeff

Jeff comes to us hailing from right here in Madison. Jeff grew up here and played his youth hockey with the Madison Patriots and later went on to play for Edgewood High School. Jeff’s full-time job is being a supervisor at Tribe Nine Foods. Jeff’s passion for the game of roller hockey is like none other. Jeff is the goalie for the Floss and Sauce tournament team and has earned the Top Goalie in multiple tournaments around the country.

Played roller hockey at Lindenwood University
He has been involved working in hockey since 2008. First as an official, then worked at Total Hockey and then has been running and helping small hockey brands.
Works with small hockey brands all over the world including Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Massachusettes, NewYork, California, Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Taiwan, and Germany.
Fun Facts :
  • From Quincy IL (1.25 hrs north of St.Louis)
  • Has 1 brother who also played at Lindenwood
  • Plays drums and guitar
  • Still prefers Playstation 2 to any new videogame system out there