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Registration is now open for our Summer Learn to Play program. Starts July 19th. Cost is $75. Learn More >>
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Boot camp is a high intensity program designed to get the kids ready for evaluations. We will place a heavy emphasis on skating using a balance of over speed and edgework drills. Each practice will also focus on teaching the basic skills (i.e. shooting, passing, stick-handling) using stations.
This summer, Chesterfield Hockey will offer the following Boot Camps:
The Maryville University Hockey Center (formerly the Chesterfield SportsComplex) is $21.5 million dollar; 84,000 square-foot facility, which is currently under construction in the Chesterfield Valley area of St. Louis, Missouri. It will feature two NHL-sized rinks, seating for approximately 2,000 spectators, a second-floor viewing platform, locker rooms, team meeting rooms and offices. It will be the official home of the Chesterfield Hockey Association & the Maryville University of Saint Louis Hockey Club. This asset to the community is designed to last a minimum of 50 plus years. Estimated opening is August 2019
Chesterfield Hockey Association announces that it has closed on their loan and the 12-acre land parcel and is now set to break ground on their new home, the Chesterfield SportsComplex, in mid-September 2018. The project will take approximately 11 months to complete with an estimated grand opening planned for late summer 2019. Read more (on Project website) >>
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Includes news about our project in Chesterfield Valley
The Maryville University Hockey Center (formerly Chesterfield SportsComplex) will open in August 2019! Follow our Facebook page for updates!
The Chesterfield Hockey Association is excited to announce our 2019-2020 inaugural season of the Lady Falcons, an all-girls program!
The Lady Falcons will be an integrated part of the overall Chesterfield hockey program and will work within the CHA development model; focusing on edge work, skills and hockey concepts, just as all CHA teams do. They will have access to the full resources of the association, including advanced goalie training, while playing as all girls teams. They will additionally compete in the Missouri Hockey Youth Division, at the 6U, 8U, 10U & 12U levels.
This is an open district program so any lady player is welcome to participate. All of our Falcons (girls & boys) will play out of the Maryville University Hockey Center (formerly Chesterfield SportsComplex), located in the Chesterfield Valley, opening this August, 2019!
Saints Men’s and Women’s Hockey Teams to Make SportsComplex Home Ice.
The Chesterfield Hockey Association is proud to announce that the competition rink inside the new "Chesterfield SportsComplex" will be named the "Mike Shanahan, Sr. Family Arena" in memory of the late Mike Shanahan, Sr.
Kelly Chase, St. Louis Blues Alumni, shares, “Mr. Shanahan was one of the most considerate people I’ve ever met in the city of St. Louis. He was certainly one of the most beloved owners in St. Louis Blues history. His generosity to the community and love for the city is unmatched. Mr. Shanahan taught us all how to be considerate of fans, sponsors, and our community and to treat them like family. I can’t think of a better way to honor him than to have his name on the Chesterfield SportsComplex to continue the growth of hockey that he was such a big part of in the city.”
Mark Kraus, Board President for Chesterfield Hockey Association said, “We are so pleased to honor Mike and his commitment to the St. Louis hockey community. We are forever grateful for the outpouring of support from his family and friends. Featuring his name in the main Competition Rink of the brand new Chesterfield SportsComplex will help to carry on his legacy for years to come.”