St. Peters Hockey is pleased to announce the addition of the “Super 8” supplemental development program for all major year 8U players (2014's). The 2022-2023 8U program will now be separated into minor (2015's) and major (2014's) for evaluations and team placement. The 8U minor teams will enjoy all the benefits that our 8U teams have in past seasons with no change, including half-ice games, ADM practices, skill sessions and off-ice sessions. The 8U major program will include all those elements, but this season a handful of ADM practices and half-ice games will be replaced with Super 8 events. The Super 8 games will be 5-on-5 full-ice and practices will center around teaching full-ice skills, tactics and concepts.
The purpose of the Super 8 Program is to help ease the transition to full-ice hockey and accelerate the development of the skills, tactics and concepts that they will encounter beginning at the 10U level (Squirt). The amount of Super 8 events are directly linked to the development stage of each player. Super 8 Teams will be formed by combining two 8U major teams of the same level. If you are a 2014 birth year player, you will be assigned to an 8U team and a Super 8 team. Those events will show up on your calendar and will be labeled accordingly. Super 8 practice plans will be professionally developed and provided to the coaches. The planning process is still underway and there is currently another club in St. Louis that is adopting a similar program allowing Super 8 games to be scheduled between the clubs and against appropriate level squirt teams. Super 8 events will in increase in frequency as the season progresses and at the end of the season, all Super 8 teams will participate in a full-ice tournament.
We are very excited to offer this new development opportunity to our players for the 2022-2023 season! Please keep in mind the developmental stage these players are in and help us keep the focus on creating a supportive and encouraging learning environment.
Any questions concerning the Super 8 program can be sent to the St. Peters Hockey Club 8U coordinator, Jesse Hartmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPEN HOUSE: MAY 21ST – NOON TO 3PM * STING CENTER - LOCATED AT THE MILLS ICE ZONE
PLAYERS AND PARENTS ARE INVITED TO VISIT WITH THE COACHES AND SEE OUR NEWLY REMODELED STING CENTER WHICH INCLUDES WORKOUT AREAS, WEIGHT ROOM, SHOOTING LANE, PLAYER’S LOUNGE, VIDEO/MEETING ROOM AND 3 LOCKER ROOMS. MIDGET LEVEL IS OPEN DISTRICT FOR PLAYERS 2007 UP TO 2004, ALL PLAYERS ARE ELIGIBLE TO TRYOUT. REGISTRATION IS OPEN WWW.STLOUISSTING.COM TO REGISTER. ANY QUESTIONS EMAIL JOHN WRIGHT, MIDGET DIRECTOR: JOHN.WRIGHT@TBLELITE.COM
YOUTH LEVEL 2013 TO 2008 - BIRTH YEAR TEAMS
OPEN HOUSE: MAY 22ND – NOON TO 3PM – ST. LOUIS MILLS ICE ZONE
PLAYERS AND PARENTS ARE INVITED TO VISIT WITH THE COACHES AND SEE OUR NEWLY REMODELED STING CENTER. REGISTRATION IS OPEN WWW.STLOUISSTING.COM TO REGISTER.
The St. Peters Hockey Club (STPHC) established the Brandon Bollig Fund to assist eligible families in meeting their financial commitments for participating in STPHC’s youth hockey program. The fund provides financial assistance to current members who may find themselves in a difficult financial situation, which would otherwise prevent their children from participating in the STPHC programs. The Brandon Bollig Fund Scholarship Assistance program will provide assistance to offset registration fees associated with the League Play and ADM programs. This Scholarship Assistance program will not provide financial assistance to offset travel, equipment, jersey costs, etc. No Scholarship Assistance is awarded for the Learn to Skate, Learn to Play, or 6U programs.
For additional details on this program please contact the Club Treasurer at email@example.com.
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