Ice Hockey

SwampRabbits_Peelable_ColorThe Pavilion is the nexus of ice hockey in Greenville County.  Whether you are new  to the sport or a seasoned veteran, the Pavilion has what you need. .
The Pavilion is the official practice facility for the Greenville Swamp Rabbits.

Try Hockey For Free Clinics

USA Hockey’s National Try Hockey for Free Day clinics are a great way for kids to explore the sport of Ice Hockey. All Equipment is Provided…

Ages:  4 – 10 (Boys & Girls)

Sign-Up Locations: Pavilion Front Desk

Eligibility Criteria: Open for the first 50 sign-up participants. For boys and girls who have never played ice hockey.

Next Date:

February 25 11:45 am – 12:45 pm

Parents: Please arrive one hour early so your child can be fitted for equipment.

Junior Tigers Learn To Play Hockey

PROGRAM DETAILS:  Download Brochure
USA Hockey Sanctioned program

USA Hockey Certified Coaches

2016/2017 Sessions:


Oct. 17 – Dec. 12, 2016

Jan. 2 – Feb. 20, 2017

Feb. 27 – Apr. 17, 2017

Apr. 24 – Jun. 19, 2017

Jun. 26 – Aug. 14, 2017


Session is 8 weeks in length.

Sessions are Monday nights — 6:30pm to 7:30pm.

Registration Deadline: one week prior to Session start.

Registration is limited to 60 participants

Fee: $100 ($125 out of county)

Click Here to Register Online

Participants must also register with USA Hockey.

If you are already a USA Hockey member and you need to retrieve your Membership Number, Click Here.


Introductory Offer:

ALL players that sign up for the first time will receive FREE registration.  All players are required to register with USA Hockey ($47 fee) All players will receive a Jr. Tigers jersey and socks.  Loaner equipment packages available (limited supplies available).  The program is available to youth players of all ages and all skill levels.

For more information please contact George Fowler at 864.322.7529 ext. 208 or

*Some skating experience is required.*

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: *Limited Rental Equipment Sets Available*

  • Helmet
  • Stick
  • Gloves
  • Pants
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Shin Pads
  • Hockey Socks
  • Elbow Pads
  • Hockey Skates

Once the student has completed the course requirements he or she will be ready to participate in the Youth Hockey Association.




Meet Our Junior Tiger Program Coaches

Brian Brandon


USA Hockey Credentials: Level IV
Years Coaching: 7
Bio:  Growing up in Kitchener, Ontario, I started playing hockey at the age of nine.  For the next 12 years, I played at the grade school level, high school, two years in College, and two years with the Army Reserves.  In 2000, I was transferred to Greenville, where I began coming to the Pavilion for public skating.  I met some great people at the Pavilion and ended up working with the Learn To Play Ice Hockey program. 

Ken Luis


USA Hockey Credentials:  Level II
Years Coaching: 8
Bio:  I have coached in the Learn to Play Program for six years.  I have also coached the Mite and Squirt House Program for three years.  I currently play in the Greenville Adult Hockey Leagues and have been involved for nine years.  I am also a former USA Hockey Certified ice hockey official.

Jeff Reynolds

reynoldsUSA Hockey Credentials:  Level I
Years Coaching: 8
Bio:  I am a USA Hockey Level III referee.  I have been refereeing at all levels for 17 years.  I have 35 years of playing experience.  I currently play in the Greenville Adult Hockey Leagues. 

Fiore Menconi

fiore-menconiUSA Hockey Credentials: Level IV
Years Coaching: 8
Bio: I became involved with Greenville hockey after relocating from Chicago in 1995, first as a player and later as a coach.  Since 2004 I have coached in the Learn to Play and House programs as well as at all levels of Greenville’s Travel programs.  When I am not working, on the ice, or preparing hockey lessons, I’m usually spending time with family or riding my bicycle in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

David Brennan

david-brennanUSA Hockey Credentials: Level III
Years Coaching: 18
Bio:  I love coaching  the old and the young, recreational and competitive, mostly I just love to play the game and to teach others how to love it as well. I’ve coached in both Colorado and South Carolina in my 18 years of experience.

John Chesere

john-chesereUSA Hockey Credentials: Level IV
Years Coaching: 12
Bio: I grew up in Oswego, NY and started playing hockey at the age of 4.  I played youth hockey, high school hockey, and college club hockey in New York State.  I relocated to Greenville in 1995 where I started playing Adult Hockey and began coaching in the Learn To Play program in 2004.  I also coached for 6 years in the Greenville Youth Hockey Organization (Mite, Squirt, & Peewee level) and then, in 2011, moved to Aston, PA where I continued coaching and coached Peewee A & Bantam AA with the West Chester Quakers Youth Hockey Organization.  I relocated back to Greenville in 2014 and immediately started coaching in the Learn To Play Program.  I am also an Assistant Coach for the Greenville South High School Hockey Team.

Adult Ice Hockey League

All leagues are RECREATIONAL and for ages 18 and up.

The Pavilion has 3 leagues to choose from including B, C and D.

All leagues consist of 10 games plus playoffs. Playoffs are single elimination. Two officials and a scorekeeper are provided for each game. Periods are 17 minute running clock and full equipment is required.

Pavilion Hockey League Rules

Leagues run year round:

  • Fall season: September – December
  • Winter season: January – April
  • Summer season: May – August

Fee: $200.00 for County Residents ($250.00 for Non-County)  Payment must be made at the time of registration. Deadline to register is Monday, May 1.

Winter Adult Hockey Season:  Season begins Sunday, May 7 and will run through August. There will be a captain’s meeting on Thursday, May 7th at 7 pm at the Pavilion.

Click Here to Register Online.

2017 Winter Hockey Registration Form

Participants must also register with USA Hockey.

 Skill Levels and Game Slots:  

B League Skill Level: Advanced / Upper-Intermediate For players that have previously played organized competitive hockey.
Tentative Game Slots: Mondays at 7:45pm, 9:00pm, & 10:15pm
C League Skill Level: Lower-Intermediate For players with average experience in team play.
Tentative Game Slots: Sundays at 4:45pm, 6:00pm, 7:15pm, 8:30pm, 9:45pm & 11:00pm
D League Skill Level: Beginner-Lower Intermediate  For beginner and recreational players with minimal experience in team play.
Tentative Game Slots: Thursdays at 9:00pm & 10:15pm & Sundays at 4:45pm, 6:00pm, 7:15pm, 8:30pm, 9:45pm OR 11:00pm game
The league reserves the right to reassign any players who are too strong for a requested league. Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis.  Each league has a maximum capacity for the number of teams and players.  If a league capacity is met, league registration will close at that time and additional registrations will not be accepted. 
We encourage you to register early to ensure a roster spot for the upcoming season. If you have any questions, please contact George Fowler at 864-322-7529 ext. 208 or email at

Schedule, Standings, Stats, & Rosters Here

Stick Time & Pick-Up Hockey

April 2017 Stick Time & Adult Pick Up Schedule

May 2017 Stick Time & Adult Pick Up Schedule

Stick Times are open practice sessions for all ages and skill levels. Helmets are required and full equipment is mandatory for children under the age of 18.

Adult Pick Up is open to players over 18 years old. These unsupervised games give all levels of players the opportunity to get more ice time in a non-contact and non-threatening environment. Days and times vary throughout the year. Full equipment is mandatory and goalies play for free.

Please call ahead as times are subject to change.


  • Stick Time: $8 (One Hour), $10 ( Over One Hour)
  • Adult Pick Up: $12
  • Stick Time Pass – 10 Sessions: $70
  • Adult Pick Up Pass – 10 Sessions: $100