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Spring Development

Program Update, Schedule and Rosters

We are proud to announce that the Chesterfield Hockey / Maryville University Spring Development hockey program is ready to kick off the week of June 15th.  While there is a lot of uncertainty in the world, we do know that your hockey players are ready to get back on the ice and we are excited to get our program started.

At the bottom of this page you will find information on the team assignments and the schedule.  There are spreadsheet tabs across the bottom that will show the team placements as well as the schedule for each week. 

Items to note:

  • The program is condensed to 5 weeks.
  • The program begins Monday, June 15th and runs through Sunday, July 19th.
  • 10u - 18u teams skates 3x\week
  • Days and times are fixed for easy scheduling.
  • The program focus is still skating and skill based. 
  • Goalie coaches will also be on the ice for most sessions during the weeks for all age groups. There are also 2 weekends where there is specific goalie training ice. The age groups are listed on the attached schedule.
  • We are following the St. Louis County COVID-19 Safe Operating Guidelines; which has restrictions on what is currently allowed in Youth Sports programming - including group sizes. To this extent, we can not move anyone into a different group or allow make up sessions in a different group.
  • Once St. Louis County adjusts their guidelines to allow for other aspects of competition, we will move towards games in the program.
  • It is 100% your responsibility to stay up to date on any changes; including schedule changes. The website is your official source for any and all updates. Be sure to check it frequently; including the schedule. We will not email out updates.

COVID-19 Safety Protocol at Maryville University Hockey Center
As a model of success, our Pacific Rink facility in Franklin County has been open for 5 weeks, where we have had great success implementing and operating in a safe manner consistent with local county guidelines. We are now bringing those proven safety protocols to the Maryville University Hockey Center. 

Later this week, you will receive a follow up email with the safety protocols that we will have in place for our programs at the Maryville University Hockey Center. These protocols will be in place to ensure proper social distancing and to provide a safe environment for your player. 

We will also post this information on the Chesterfield Hockey website, including this webpage. The health and safety of all of our participants is our number one priority. 

Thank you for your patience over the past few months while we waited for St. Louis County to re-open and allow our facility to operate and for youth sports take place. We look forward to seeing you at the rink.

Chesterfield Hockey Association

COVID-19 Safety Protocol at Maryville University Hockey Center

Last updated: June 30th, 2020 (See yellow highlights)

In accordance with State and County guidelines; combined with safety procedures developed & implemented by Chesterfield Hockey at our Pacific Rink facility (which has been operating since early May); please read our following procedures:

Arrival: Please arrive 30 min prior to your session. Parents are encouraged to wear a mask - Players will not be asked to wear a mask on ice. Everyone will enter through the front door, where temperature checks, a quick health questionnaire and a collection of names will be administered to everyone entering the building. In accordance with guidelines, please maintain social distancing where possible. UPDATE: Spectators must wear a mask at all times while in the building. Spectators will be allowed to move freely around the building; including inside the rinks. Players will not be required to wear a mask while on the ice. Social distancing guidelines remain in effect. While in the bar, you will not be required to wear a mask while sitting at a table or eating / drinking. You will be required to wear a mask while moving around the bar area.

Players will proceed to the appropriate rink & parents will proceed upstairs. UPDATE - ITEM REMOVED PER STATEMENT ABOVE. No fans or spectators are allowed in the rink or in the stands (per the County). Parents may however view the ice through the upstairs floor to ceiling windows. Our large bar called the “Falcons Nest” is now open! Come on in! Our upstairs foyer area (where the video games are) is however closed.

Getting dressed / undressed: Players will use locker rooms. UPDATE - ITEM REMOVED PER STATEMENT ABOVE: Parents may assist their players in getting dressed if necessary, but must then proceed upstairs. Additional folding chairs are available outside the locker rooms. If Players can arrive partially dressed, it is greatly appreciated. Locker rooms will be sanitized before the next group.

Water bottles: Players are to bring their own water bottle. Be sure their names are written on them.

Restrooms: The lobby restrooms will be open - locker room restrooms will not be open (including showers)

Exiting building: Everyone will exit the building through the rink side doors (We have a one way traffic flow system).

Thank you for your patience everyone!

Refer to the schedule to know which rink they will be on

  • SH = Right rink

  • HK = Left rink

  • Park cars accordingly


View the Spring Development Rosters and Schedule

Reminder: Below you will find information on the team assignments and the schedule.  Use the spreadsheet tabs across the bottom to view the team placements as well as the schedule for each week. It is 100% your responsibility to stay up to date on any changes; including schedule changes. The website is your official source for any and all updates. Be sure to check it frequently; including the schedule. We will not email out updates.

All sessions will be at the Maryville University Hockey Center.

  • SH = Shanahan Rink
  • HK = Hartwig Kaiman Rink

It is best to view this on a computer. If viewing on a phone you will have to scroll up and down & left and right within the box to see everything. (This is not within our control).

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