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Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club Announces Tier II Expansion

By Vengeance Hockey 02/15/2024, 3:15pm EST

PITTSBURGH, PA — The Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club proudly announces a significant expansion by merging with Steel City Ice Renegades, solidifying its position as a premier hockey organization in the Pittsburgh region. The Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club will be offering Tier II teams for the 2024-2025 season. This strategic move marks a significant milestone in the club's growth and underscores its commitment to excellence in youth and amateur hockey development. 

With this expansion, the Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club strengthens its presence across various age groups and levels, creating an even more comprehensive platform for aspiring hockey players. The combined resources, expertise, and talent from both organizations will enhance the overall experience for players, coaches, and fans alike.

"We are thrilled to welcome the Steel City Ice Renegades into the Pittsburgh Vengeance family," said Glen Miske, President of the Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club. "This merger represents an exciting opportunity to expand our reach and further our mission of fostering a love for hockey while promoting skill development, sportsmanship, and teamwork."
The Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club has a rich history of developing young athletes both on and off the ice. The club's commitment to player development and community engagement has made it a respected institution within the local hockey community.
The Steel City Ice Renegades share a similar commitment to excellence and have built a strong reputation for their competitive teams and dedication to player advancement.

The expanded Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club will continue to field teams across various age divisions, from 8U to U18, and will play in competitive leagues and tournaments. Additionally, the club will maintain its focus on player development through elite coaching, state-of-the-art facilities, and a culture of excellence.
"Together, we will build on our shared values and traditions to create an even stronger hockey community in Pittsburgh," added Miske.

The Pittsburgh Vengeance Hockey Club looks forward to the upcoming season with renewed enthusiasm and anticipates continued success both on and off the ice.
 

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