St Louis

Didn’t get to play enough hockey this winter?   Introducing the brand-new CAN/AM Hockey Summer Series of tournaments!  The CAN/AM experience our customers have grown to love is now available 12 months a year!  Choose from two distinct levels of competition: elite or travel.  The Elite divisions will be composed of competitive AAA and AA teams while the Travel Divisions will offer competitive action for the A/B players and their teams.   

Stanley cup champions and plenty of first round draft picks – hockey is exploding in the state of Missouri.  Bring your team to St-Louis and discover the newest hockey hot bed of North America.  All games will be played at the brand new Centene Community Ice Center – practice facility of the St-Louis Blues!  This state-of-the-art facility is in the northern suburb of Maryland Heights, only a short commute to downtown St-Louis. 

Choose from our list of hotel partners located in Maryland Heights or experience this great midwestern metropolitan city by choosing one of our downtown properties.  Customize your team’s experience and let CAN/AM Hockey take care of the details


Elite divisions will be composed of competitive AAA and AA teams and available by birthyear while Travel Divisions will offer competitive action for the A/B players and their teams by age category.

ELITE DIVISIONS - 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005



The CAN/AM difference is clear! Participating in a Summer Series tournament means we take care of the details. We arrange your hotels, games, divisions, tournament events, and let you worry about one thing: having fun, experiencing great hockey! Last year over 1,000 teams and nearly 33,000 players, families, coaches, and friends enjoyed a CAN/AM Hockey Tournament. We want you and your team to join in on the fun!

We are committed to providing the best experience both on and off the ice, using only state of the art, first class facilities and hotels. Why settle for less when CAN/AM offers so much more!

  • CAN/AM guarantees 3 Tournament Games. Four teams in each division will advance to the medal bracket where semi-final and final games will determine the champion.

  • Games played at the Centene Community Ice Center, practice facility of the NHL’s St-Louis Blues.

  • 2021 birth dates used for divisional placement.

  • 3 12-minute stop time periods.

  • Player souvenir for each participant.

  • 50$ credit toward any CAN/AM Hockey Camp for each tournament player, coach, and parent.

  • We offer competitively placed divisions based on age, strength, geography, history, and experience.

  • The Summer Series are run by Tournament Professionals with over 50 years of experience in organizing youth and adult events. We are always here for you, before, during, and after your event to help guide your team to the best hockey experience in North America.



A non-refundable $500 deposit will be charged to your credit card when your registration is accepted. The $500 team deposit is not an extra fee. If you paid the team deposit, you can apply it to your balance or it can be divided between the families. If the team paid the $500 deposit, it can be returned to the team 30 days after the tournament is over. Refunds of team deposits paid by credit card are subject to a 5% service fee. Please contact one of our customer service representatives to discuss your options more fully.


All tournament related materials are due 45 days prior to the Tournament Date.  All final balances are due 30 days prior to the Tournament Date.


Should CAN/AM Hockey be forced to cancel an event due to the pandemic, 100% of all fees paid will be credited to a future event.

Deposits are non-refundable. There are no refunds on payments for cancellations within 30 days of the Tournament.

All fees and reservations may be insured against cancellation. Any reservation for which the insurance was purchased will be entitled to a full refund of all fees paid less the cost of the insurance. Click here for more information on reservation insurance.


The CAN/AM Summer Series tournaments are not sanctioned by USA Hockey or Hockey Canada.  As such, teams are responsible for securing their own event insurance where required and should be prepared to present proof of insurance at the tournament.  Teams must also ensure that all players registered for the event are eligible to participate and capable of presenting a valid proof of age on site.  Failure to meet insurance and eligibility criteria can compromise a team’s participation in an event and a forfeiture of all monies paid towards the tournament.  

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