Darius Radziszewski is a New Jersey native, growing up around the Jersey Shore area in Bayville, NJ. He played a majority of his youth hockey for the Toms River Blackhawks before moving on to the Red Bank Generals and New Jersey Jr. Titans.
Darius then pursued a junior hockey career at the age of 16 with the Jr. Titans’ MetJHL team before billeting a year in Wisconsin Rapids, WI to play for the WR Riverkings of the USPHL Midwest division. After a year in Wisconsin Darius returned to New Jersey to play for the Jersey Hitmen under current Premier head coach Dan Henningson. In his second year of his two-year tenure with the Hitmen Darius was named team captain of the Jersey Hitmen Premier before eventually committing to play NCAA ice hockey for the SUNY Morrisville Mustangs of the SUNYAC conference.
During Darius’ junior and college career he remained active in the youth hockey world, serving as a skills and powerskating coach for the Toms River Blackhawks, TR Dynamo HC, and South Jersey Selects HC. At the conclusion of his playing career he served in a scouting and player development role for the P.A.L. Jr. Islanders of the USPHL. After his short tenure with the P.A.L. Jr. Islanders Darius accepted a role with the Jersey Hitmen in Wayne, NJ where he is currently the Head Coach of their USPHL Premier team in the league's U20 division. Darius has also spent years of mentorship under the wing of former NHL powerskating coach and current NHL Network analyst, Robby Glantz, fine-tuning his powerskating and skill-development coaching abilities.
Darius is a Level 4 registered USA Hockey Coach.