Jason Muro(2005) - Jason was the first member inducted into of our Hall of Fame and has been a tremendous supporter and a member of the TORHS America and TORHS2Hot4Ice family since our inception. The Black Ice organization was started in 1996 as the Power Play Cyclones, and Jason has been involved in the organization from that point on. His tremendous work ethic with Rapid Fire Arena in Moriches, New York is amazing, and the dedication that he shows to each and every player on all of his teams is another reason that Jason was the original member of our Hall of Fame. As the “bench boss” for one of the top organizations in the country, Jason has led the Black Ice legacy to countless Regional and National Championships. The loyalty from Jason has definitely paid off over the years as we watch some of the kids that he began coaching when they were playing in the Atom and Mite divisions still wearing the Black Ice logo as perennial contenders in the T2H4I Pro Division.
Charles Yoder(2015) – ‘Charlie’ is the patriarch of one of the greatest roller hockey families that our sport has ever seen. The name Yoder is synonymous with roller hockey. Charlie is the owner and operator of Doc’s Family Fun Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This facility has been in the family for decades, and he does a tremendous job introducing young individuals to the sport. The Yoder Foundation sponsors a Learn to Play and Learn to Skate program that allows boys and girls to get involved for free. He is the General Manager and Head Coach for the Hershey Typhoon program, which has grown exponentially over the past few years due to his commitment and dedication. In the early 1990’s he was influential in forming the Tour Mudcats who have become one of the most recognizable teams in the Pro division. In 2002 Charlie, and his sons CJ and Jami founded the Professional Inline Hockey Association, or PIHA, a professional inline hockey league. Over the years the league expanded to over 40 teams in Pro and Minor divisions’, and is running strong to this day with franchises from Pennsylvania to Colorado. Charley Yoder Hall of Fame Speech