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Central States Tryout Registration is Open!

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Tryouts are open to Rockets players for the 2009 and 2006 birth year teams. 

Our Rockets CSDHL teams will receive 100+ hours of ice to be used for home games as well as practices (August – March).  They will play anywhere from a 24-30 game league schedule plus, with half of them in Chicago and half of them in St. Louis. Teams will also play 15 – 30 practice and or tournament games during the course of the season. Each team will have one off-ice session per week at our Rockets training facility in Brentwood.

Travel: Teams will travel 6-8 times a year, this includes tournaments

 Cost: The cost for these teams will be $2750 for registration +  team fee (this fee will include tournaments, jerseys, coaches travel etc..)


SQ Major – Cody Barra

BT Minor  - Tom Craig, Tim Craig, Sean Gammage 

Rockets announce acceptance into Central States Developmental Hockey League!

Exciting time to be a St. Louis Rocket!

The St. Louis Rockets Hockey club is very excited to announce our acceptance in the Central States Developmental Hockey League (CSDHL).  We will be fielding teams at the 2009 birth year (Squirt Major) as well as the 2006 birth year (Bantam Minor).

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If you have any questions please email Tom Craig


Summer Learn to Play Program

Summer Programs and Camps 2019

Scrimmage and Skills Camps
June 3-June 27
Off-Ice Camps
June 10-August 9

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(Spots are limited)

Calling all Coaches

Are you interested in coaching youth hockey?

The Rockets are looking ahead to the fall season.  If you want to join our team of dedicated coaches, at any level, we'd love to have you! Also, if you coached in the past, and plan to return to the bench, get a head start by completing your AGE BASED MODULES  by Aug. 1st, 2019.  Please see here for more information.    


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The Scholarship Program that Gives Back to the Hockey Community!

The 47 Fund was established in 2012 as a scholarship fund for the St. Louis Rockets in memory of Art Martin (1947-2012). Art was an active member of the Rockets board of directors and volunteered many hours to the organization. Art played ice hockey for years and passed his love of the game to his sons, who both played in the Rockets organization. Art was an inspiration to everyone that encountered him and touched many lives. Our mission is to continue Art's memory by providing scholarships to youth hockey players.

The 47 Fund is exclusively funded by individual and corporate donations. These donors share in our belief that ice hockey provides an unparalleled opportunity for children to develop a strong body, mind, and character.

All scholarships are awarded inside of the St. Louis Rockets Hockey programs to deserving youth participants. The recipient receives scholarship money that is applied directly to offset the cost of their annual fees. The number of applicants has increased over the years. We have gone from awarding one scholarship six years ago to twelve this year.

The 47 Fund is under the Rockets 501c3 youth hockey organization.

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For More Information Contact:
The 47 Fund | 18377 Edison Avenue | Chesterfield, MO 63005

We are part of a 501(c)3 youth hockey organization, the St. Louis Rockets, your donation may be tax deductible*

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.