Originally known as Valpellice Sporting Club, they made their debut in the second-level Serie B in 1953-54, promptly winning the league championship. The club was however forced to decline a spot in the Serie A, which became available with their league title, due to financial reasons. They were dissolved in 1957.
The club was re-founded in 1962 as Union Sportive Valpellice, and spent the entire decade playing in the third-level Serie C. They earned promotion to the Serie B after a second-place finish in 1971. Valpellice later qualified for the top-level Serie A in 1977, and spent seven years in the league, returning to the Serie B in 1983-84.
Valpellice went into decline after relegation, eventually falling back to the Serie C. After a brief return to the Serie B2, the club went dormant at the conclusion of the 1991-92 seasons due to arena issues.
The renovations were not completed until 1996, when the club was finally able to return to action. They played in the Serie A in the 1999-2000 season, reaching the playoff quarterfinals. Their ice rink's roof was then destroyed, thus rendering the club inactive once again.
The club was re-established again in 2002, and joined the Serie C for the 2002-03 season. They embarked on a short-lived merger with HC Torino the following year. The merged club, known as HC Torinovalpe, played in the Serie A for the 2003-04 season, finishing in 9th place in the league.
The merger then broke off, with HC Torino remaining in the Serie A as an independent club and Valpellice going down to the Serie A2, where they remained until 2009. They then obtained a license to join the Serie A for the 2009-10 season.