Little Blues

About

Little Blues presented by First Community Credit Union is a low-cost Learn to Play hockey program to allow kids to experience hockey for the first time, in partnership with the National Hockey League and NHLPA. The Little Blues program cost is $250 per child.

This six-week introduction into hockey is intended for children that have not participated in organized youth hockey before. Children who have registered with a local Missouri Hockey association previously are not eligible to participate in this program.

Once registered, participants will attend a Pure Hockey equipment fitting three weeks before the first ice session. Properly fitted equipment is necessary for comfort, performance, & safety!

Program Includes

  • Six-weeks of on-ice practices (once a week)
  • Youth hockey graduation
  • Full set of equipment:
  • Little Blues jersey
  • Skates
  • Shoulder pads
  • Gloves
  • Elbow pads
  • Helmet
  • Shin guards
  • Hockey pants
  • Hockey socks
  • Equipment bag
  • Hockey stick (no curve)

Program Eligibility

  • Children must be between the ages of 4-9.
  • This program is offered to new, first-time participants only.
  • Children who are not registered with a local Missouri Hockey Association.
  • Children who have previously participated in the Little Blues are NOT eligible to participate again.
  • We strongly encouraged that participants complete a Learn to Skate before enrolling in Little Blues.

Upcoming Sessions & Locations

The Little Blues program runs year-round. All sessions will be held on Saturdays.

Spring Session One Start Date

Saturday, March 16th, 2024

Spring Session Two Start Date

Saturday, May 11th, 2024

Location

750 Casino Center Dr.

Maryland Heights, MO 63043.

All Little Blues sessions are held at Centene Community Ice Center, the official practice facility of the St. Louis Blues.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my child need to know how to skate before signing up?

We highly recommend skating lessons before joining Little Blues as it will make learning hockey focused skills such as shooting and stickhandling much easier if a child is comfortable on skates.

I was added to a waiting list during registration, what does this mean?

If you were added to our waiting list, this means our session is currently filled. Should a spot open, you will be notified. If no spots open, you will be added to the communication list for the next available session.

Little Blues Contact

Owen Delesky

Coordinator, Youth Hockey Development

314-622-2506

2023-2024 Season

Welcome to Little Blues!


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