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Rick Fleming

Rick Fleming, a native of Madison, Wisconsin, has had a long and storied hockey career. After winning the1983 Wisconsin State High School Hockey Championship, Rick was drafted by the Sioux City Musketeers, but played the majority of his United States Hockey League career with the Madison Capitols, under legendary gold medalist, Bob Suter. Following his Junior career, he went on to play four years at UW Stevens Point, captaining the team his senior year and winning the NCAA National Championship in 1989. 

His college career was followed by an invite to the Boston Bruins free agent camp, but he chose a different direction-  throwing his hat into the coaching arena. Rick returned to his alma mater, serving as an Assistant Coach during the 1989-90 season and once again,  winning Point a second straight NCAA championship title. The following year, Rick went on to Coach for the Omaha Lancers (USHL), as an Assistant Coach and later served as Interim Head Coach. Following his stint in the USHL, Rick served as Director of Hockey and Assistant Coach for the Indianapolis Jr Ice of the (NAJHL).

In 1993, Rick returned to his home state of Wisconsin and continued his coaching career at the high school level, serving as a Head Coach for over 22 years, guiding the Stoughton Vikings to 6 sectional finals and back to back appearances to the State Tournament. During this time, Rick coached for over 11 years at the Madison Capitols AAA level, winning the State Tournament multiple times and taking numerous teams to the National Tournament. 

In addition to over 30 years of coaching experience at the Youth, High School, Junior, Collegiate and AAA levels, Rick served as a Scout for the Green Bay Gamblers USHL team, and currently scouts for the USHL’s Lincoln Stars.  Rick’s goal has always been to work with youth and develop players around the country. He created and runs COMPLETE HOCKEY Training Camp, focusing exclusively on player development and helping players reach the next level of play in their game.