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2019-2020 Season

Learn To Play 

The Rockets' next session of Learn to Play will begin December 7, 2019 at Webster Groves Ice Rink.  The session will run Saturdays through February  29, 2020.  **No lesson on December 14.   

3:15- 4:15: Learn to Play

4:30-5:30: Learn to Play 2

Cost: $220

Registration coming soon!

General information regarding Learn to Play can be found here

Questions? Contact Greg Johnson or  Amy Zebala

Calling All Coaches!

Registration for coaches and managers for the 2019-2020 season is now open!

Be sure to sign up here if you are interested in coaching or being a team manager. 

St Louis area USA Hockey Coaching Clinics, Levels 1-3, can be found by searching "MO" here.

For questions about coaching, contact Chris Coulter.

Rockets Hockey Learn to Play

Register Here!

Fall session begins September 7

Program information 

Read more or contribute here.

The Scholarship Program that Gives Back to the Hockey Community!

Rockets Welcome Jamie Cacciabando

The Rockets are happy to announce the addition of Jamie Cacciabando as Executive Administrator. Jamie is a St. Louis native and collegiate athlete as well as a Rockets mom to Luke (2008).  As a nationally ranked synchronized swimmer and co-founding coach of Lindenwood University's program, Jamie has over 20 years of experience coaching and developing athletes. Her experience in marketing, fundraising and managing will be a great asset to the Rockets. 

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.