Project Power Play
Project Power Play takes advantage of the growing popularity of hockey in the tri-state area by affording young players access to newly constructed, outdoor, multi-use athletic facilities in partnership with Highmark.
Project to build 12 dek hockey rinks in the Pittsburgh area
We have teamed up with Highmark to build these newly constructed, outdoor, multi-use athletic facilities.
Completed dek hockey rinks
Project Power Play encourages the growing popularity of hockey in the tri-state area by providing safe areas to play games under the supervision of established organizations. Deks are located in Banksville Park – Banksville, Lewis Park – Hazelwood, Richland Community Park – Richland Township, Riverside Park – Oakmont, Brookline Memorial Park – Brookline, Hosanna House/Sherwood Event Center – Wilkinsburg, Graham Park – Cranberry Township, Settler’s Cabin Park – Oakdale, North Park – McCandless, Renzie Park – McKeesport, Paul J. Scuillo II Memorial Park – Bloomfield, and South Park – South Park
New players have been introduced to the sport
Thanks to the efforts of all involved with Project Power Play, 4,000 new players have been introduced to the sport of hockey.
Number of Penguins prospects who attended a youth clinic in 2016 at area Project Power Play rinks
During the summer of 2016, Penguins prospects dedicated one day of Development Camp to supporting the Pittsburgh community by conducting an afternoon clinic at 5 deks built by the Project Power Play program.
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We could not continue to do the work we do without your support.