Need a little Sunday morning energizing? See below and respond directly to Captain Mike. Generally, we are looking for guys (and gals) at least 30 years old. It is a very informal, fun time. Lots of laughs and winded people. No checking, hitting, slap shots, or aggressive play. Everyone has a career and a family; no one wants to deal with overly competitive hot heads or show offs. We have goalies! ALL ABILITIES ARE WELCOME!! We have skaters that have only been playing for a few weeks and we have A league skaters that play 2-3 nights a week. Cost is generally $10 per person. You will need some basic gear (helmet, shin pads, gloves, skates, and a stick). Who is interested in joining us for some mature, roller hockey fun?! Interested skaters should email email@example.com
The winter session has begun. Good luck to all teams. We will start the Spring/Summer Registration in April and plan to start in Mid-May
We will start evaluation on Sunday, March 1st.
Please click on the Blast tab to get the full schedule of tryouts for 2015.
STICK AND PUCK
Every Tuesday night from 11:30p-12:30 a. $5.00 per skater/Goalies are free. Skaters must be 18 years of age or older. Gather your buds and head to the rink……….
05/29/2012 - UPDATE
Dear Players and Fans,
It has been brought to our attention that you are being told that All American Inline is being sold. This is not true. The HPC facility next store and upstairs is taking on new ownership with the Affton Americans coming on board as our new neighbors. We welcome this exciting change and believe it will be mutually beneficial for everyone involved. This is going to be much of the same as when the Meramec Sharks were here with us. We are here to serve you and the leagues of All American inline as we always have, with loyalty, and respect for you and the game itself.
Summer league begins this Friday/Saturday for youth inline. See ya at the rink.
Thanks~ Rob, Tammy and Staff
SOMETHING TO PONDER
Here are some thoughts for you to think about as you sit in the stands and cheer your sons/daughters on week after week. Hockey, like life mirrors other sports that teach many skills, the game is also full of opportunities to teach our kids that they are "capable". There are so many moments that can educate them for their future life outside of the rink. So often, we see kids emotions running on supercharge after a tough loss or something that they or you as parents may not see as fair. All that you want to do at that moment is "make it better" - Here is something to think about the next time you are faced with this learning opportunity. SIMPLY - LET HIM/HER LOSE - Everybody isn't always a winner. Even if you want to say " You're a winner because you tried", DON'T. He doesn't feel like a winner, he feels sad and disappointed, and that's a good thing because sometimes life will make him feel that way too. No matter how hard ( as parents) we try to make it better and not seem so bad for them, it is just that. These kids are capable of dealing with these feelings effectively if we all just allow them too. This practice will do him/her more good later in life when he loses again, and again, and again and yes - yet again.
Instead make sure he understands that sometimes you win and sometimes you lose but that DOESN'T MEAN YOU EVER GIVE UP. Therein lies the character of a true winner. ~ Author Unknown
This weeks Quote:" Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you" ~ H. jackson