Summer Learn to Play
The St. Louis Rockets’ Learn-to-Play (LTP) program is a fantastic opportunity for children new to hockey to experience the game and receive great coaching at a fantastic price.
Dates: Monday Evenings June 5th, June 12th, June 19th, June 26th, July 10th, July 17th, July 24th, July 31st
8 Weeks (NO Monday 3rd of July)
Learn to Play I: Creve Coeur Ice Rink 6:05pm-7:05pm
Learn to Play II: Creve Coeur Ice Rink 7:05pm-8:05pm
Learn to Play I : Beginner Players; Basic Skill Development
Learn to Play II: Returning Players; Continued Skill and Game Development
*Learn to Play is designed for players who have previously taken Learn to Skate and/or other Little Blues or LTP programs*
Four LTP sessions will be offered during 2023-2024:
What age children will participate?
The program is designed for children of all ages, but most of the participants will be under age 10. Children will be grouped on the ice by age and ability.
Does my child need skating experience?
We strongly recommend that new players (particularly those 6 and under) have some skating experience on hockey skates. Learn to skate programs are available at most rinks. Depending on the child, a few public sessions might be just fine.
What gear do I need?
Players need a full set of hockey gear, a list of which can be found on the Rockets website - click here
What happens at the first on ice session?
Skaters will have a brief orientation, equipment check and some limited instruction. After the skaters have completed this process, they can participate in a stick-and-puck for the remainder of this first session.
What happens at subsequent sessions?
The instructional program officially begins the second session. At or prior to the third session a jersey will be issued to each skater. Skaters are grouped by jersey color and will be expected to wear that jersey to subsequent sessions. The jersey will be his/hers to keep.
Where do I sign up?
Click Here to Register
What happens after LTP?
LTP is designed and intended for children with no hockey experience. It is not “extra ice” or instruction for children in other programs and is not meant to be done more than twice. Children that participate in LTP multiple times distract both the instructors and the children who are truly new to the game.
The following programs are available for “graduates” of LTP. Rest assured that one session of LTP is plenty of preparation for subsequent programs.
Who should I contact with questions?
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.