Spring Registration Register here
Coaches Spring Registration Register here
Registration closes 3/1/2020. Programs may fill prior to this date. Spots are limited, register today!
When considering program options, please note:
The birth year of your player: If your child's birth year puts them as a "second year" in their age group, they will be moving up to the next age group this Spring. Please keep this in mind, and play close attention to the birth years listed. Additionally, if you plan to coach this Spring, you will need to note the birth year and anticipated age group for your player. Example: Birth year 2009 moves up to PeeWee (12U) for Spring
Spring Elite teams will be formed for birth years: 2006 through 2011. Players in these years can register to try out for Spring Elite. There will NOT be an 8U Spring Elite Team.
Those who try out for, but are not selected to, the Elite Teams are NOT automatically registered for either the league or the development programs. These are a separate registration. If you want to ensure your child's enrollment in a spring program, you must register for both when registration opens. Refunds will be granted, if necessary, in those cases.
Coaches may request a Co-Coach. Coaching requests are NOT guaranteed.
Spring Learn To Play - Registration Now Open
The Rockets' next session of Learn to Play will begin March 14, 2020 at Webster Groves Ice Rink. The session will run six consecutive Saturdays through April 18, 2020.
3:15- 4:15: Learn to Play I Register Here
4:30-5:30: Learn to Play II Register Here
Learn to Play is for beginner players. Learn to Play II is designed for our returning players.
General information regarding Learn to Play can be found here.
The St. Louis Rockets Hockey Association is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We are a fully-sanctioned member of USA Hockey, and we rely on the collaborative efforts of many people who volunteer their efforts in providing a forum for youth ice hockey. While our players have a wide range of skill levels, they are all committed to the sport and display an intense desire to improve as athletes and individuals.
Our programs stress sportsmanship, friendship, goodwill, and strong values. Our players go on to play high school hockey, win state championships and earn collegiate scholarship opportunities, but all of our players take away lifetime skills, team concepts and relationships that will benefit them both on and off the ice.