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Welcome to Saint Paul: The Capital of 'The State of Hockey'

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Please take some time to read the document below.  Thank you to the Armada's for helping us put this together!!  You will find all of the information you are looking for as new hockey parents.  


Must be preregistered to participate.  Go to Warm Up registration box above to sign up!

Our Mission:

To provide the opportunity for St. Paul area youth to  participate in the sport of ice hockey and develop the skills and knowledge necessary for all players to compete at their highest level.


The 2016-2017 line of St. Paul Capitals' Spirit Wear is now available for purchase.  Before you buy, please note:

  • We are encouraging teams to order matching spirit wear this season.  PLEASE consider waiting to place your order until your team has made their selections.  We want our teams to look good, feel good, and play great!

To see this seasons' selections, please visit the St. Paul Capitals' store at Letterman's Sports.


2017 Tournament Registration is Open!





  • Squirt (B & C) Ice Breaker Jan 6-8 - This tournament is full, please contact Mike Pickett to get on the waiting list.
  • Girl's (12A & B, 10B) Heart Breaker Jan 20-22
    • (8/25 UPDATE - 12B IS FULL!)

Register today, spots will fill up fast! 

For more information please visit our tournament page.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, or to submit content for our website or email letters, please email Mike Pickett, Director of Community Relations.

New Featured Sponsor:

The Capitals and Ramsey County Parks are proud to announce a one-year sponsorship agreement with Hightop Hospitality, dba Green Mill Restaurants and Sweet Pea's Public House.  Hightop is a strong supporter of St. Paul hockey, our neighborhoods, and of the City of St. Paul.  The sponsorship also made the big center-ice Capitals logo possible.  Thank you!

Green Mill Restaurants are located throughout the region. The Capitals' "home" location is at the intersection of Grand and Hamline Avenues.

Sweet Pea's Public House is a neighborhood(s) favorite located at the intersection of Highland Park and Mac-Groveland; Snelling and Randolph Avenues.

Friends of St. Paul Hockey has a goal to minimize financial barriers to playing the game of hockey - we thank them for all of their support.

Congratulations to LaCrosse Monkey's Andrew Lecker; U.S. Lacrosse's Program Administrator of the Year. Nice work, Andrew.

Capitals Social Media provided the YouTube video

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Capitals' News and Updates

There is a new initiative underway in the SPCHA this year called CapitalsCare. This program was developed to foster a commitment to community service as well as to match our many capable athletes with organizations and neighbors, who could use some assistance. 

Each team is encouraged to complete a minimum two hour community service project, with one parent from each team earning 5 of the required volunteer hours by being the team community service organizer.

Marci Franzen and Aynsley Smith, co-leaders of CapitalsCare this year, have identified a fun selection of opportunities for the various player ages (Mini mites can rest up for when they get a little bigger).

If you are interested in being a team community service organizer, please email Aynsley Smith once you know which team your child is on, (first email, per team, first serve).

There is an informational meeting tentatively scheduled for October 18th from 630-715 pm in the Highland Arena upper level conference, to go over the details of the role and the opportunities for the teams.


    A Weekend of Hockey with the 10U Girls!

    Here's a snapshot of a weekend on the ice with our 10U girls! The hockey is fun, and let's not forget the locker room friendships, pizza and hot chocolate.  And the parents have fun, too!  Join the fun - send your girls to play St. Paul Youth Hockey with the Capitals!

    Only in St. Paul can you build a rink on the tarmac of an active airstrip for three days of hockey action.  Capitals parents were instrumental in bringing Hockey Day MN 2015 to Holman Field.  St. Paul Youth Hockey teamed up with Serving Our Troops, FOX Sports, the MN Wild, and the MN National Guard for a weekend of games featuring Police & Fire, Veterans from MN and Canada, High Schools: St. Paul Johnson, Cretin-Derham Hall, St. Paul Academy, St. Thomas, and Hill Murray, as well as several Capitals and East Side youth hockey games.