Congratulations to the girls U16 and U19 teams for earning at large bids to play in the
USA Hockey National Tournament in Green Bay, WI March 26-30th, 2015.
The U16's will play Syracuse Nationals on Thursday March 26th at 1:15pm.
Good luck to both teams. We are proud of you!
#4 - Kelli Sorge - D
St. Norbert College
#9 - Kayla Murray - F
Beaver Dam, WI
#10 - Nicole Arnold - F
St. Louis, MO
University of Maine
#12 - Megan Johnson - F
#16 - Katarina Shuchuk - F
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The Madison Capitols offer one of the premier hockey programs in the country.
Our organization pioneered the first AAA program in Wisconsin and the first girls' hockey club in the state to offer national bound level of play. The Capitols' goal is to cultivate a group of young talented hockey players by exposing them to higher levels of coaching, superior training, and the most competitive venues to showcase their talents.
Becoming a Capitol will take your game to the next level.
We plan to have Spring teams at most levels. Each age group will have a different structure. Please check out the details for your age group. We will post info for each age as it is finalized.
Watch this space for info about our Winter season teams.
Tryouts will be held in May. Hold May 29-31 for tryouts. Exact dates and times to be announced soon.
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|Coach John Parker|
|Jane Ann Drill|
|Coach Rick Fleming|
The U16 Madison Capitols won the 2015 State Championship in Sun Prairie this weekend. Having lost their first game in 1-0 on OT, the team had to battle back to win 3-0 Sunday afternoon and 5-4 in double OT on Sunday night! The Capitols will travel to Chesterfield MO to take on St Louis Lady Blues on Friday and Chicago Mission on Saturday for chance to go to Nationals. Good Luck Madison Captiols!
The U16 Madison Capitols won 4 straight games at the Taylor Sportsplex in Detroit to capture the 2014-15 Tier 1 Elite League Playoff Championship
After clinching the Tier 1 Elite Playoff Championship in Detroit, the U16 Madison Capitols hopped on a bus and traveled 5 hours to Chicago for an outdoor game against the Chicago Mission at Soldier Field. In windy conditions and on soft ice, the Capitols scored late but fell to the Mission 2-1.
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