12 Apr

St. Louis Lady Cyclones Spring Fling Drop-In Tournament

Register today for the St. Louis Lady Cyclones Spring Fling Drop-In Tournament. Register as an individual and teams will be made up from the girls that register. Groups of girls wanting to play together can note that in the registration. There will be a three game guarantee and a super fun skills competition where the girls can test their skill in both individual and team events. Register at www.girlstourney.com Register Today spots are filling up fast!

11 Apr

Please Support Former Lady Cyclone McKenna Webster

Please support former St. Louis Lady Cyclones player Makenna Webster as she vies for the title Girls Hockey Player of the Year! VOTE and SHARE so that this impressive young lady takes home another #StlLadyCyclones  http://usatodayhss.com/2018/poll-who-should-be-all-usa-girls-hockey-player-of-the-year-2 

31 Mar

Leasck Commits to McKendree University!

After eleven years, 17 teams and 12 sets of goalie pads and too many broken sticks to count, Naomi Leasck has signed to play goal with the McKendree University Bearcats


Beginning at age 8, Leasck was never far from hockey, she played year-round and it didn’t matter if it was roller or ice, in goal or as an outskater…. she was always playing. Through the years she collected a variety of honors including most valuable goalie (2009), multiple, regional and national championships in roller. Her ice experience is just as impressive, playing for many local high schools including Rockwood, Mehlville and was the number one netminder with her Lindbergh high school varsity team.  Naomi spent the 17/18 season playing with the Walpole Express Women’s Jr. Hockey club in Walpole, MA. 


Leasck played seven years with the Cyclones from 09/10 to 15/16 seasons playing goal, forward and when needed on defense.  Whether she was scoring goals or frustrating shooters, she has a passion for the game and she always played a ‘spirited’ game. She broke more than a few sticks...which remnants ended up in her family’s vegetable garden as the coolest (and most expensive) tomato stakes ever. 


Naomi parents Steve and Julia will have ample opportunities to see her play at Mckendree. Naomi will begin her studies in the fall of 2018 and will major in Entrepreneurship. Congratulations Naomi, the entire Cyclones Organization are both proud and happy for your accomplishments!


31 Mar

Reed commits to Chatham University!

St. Louis Lady Cyclones 19U Goaltender Katy Reed has committed to play for Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA.  She is set to be the starting goalie in the 2018/19 season for the NCAA Division III Chatham Cougars.

Unlike most college bound players, Katy did not start playing hockey until the Bantam level with the Lady Cyclones.  Yet, despite the late start, her focus on developing her skills as a goaltender has paid off as she will continue her hockey career at the collegiate level. Commenting on the announcement, a smiling Head Coach Dave Hoke said “she (Katy) has earned the spot through her time, hard work and determination, I could not be happier for her”.

Katy will finish the 2017/18 season with the Lady Cyclones before heading to Pennsylvania where she will enter the pre med program at Chatham. Katy’s parents are Paul and Susan Reed.

Congratulations Katy! We will miss you next season… and keeping an eye on the Chatham Cougars!

26 Sep

Spring 2018 Learn To Play Now Open!

The Spring LTP/LTS session will run for 8 weeks.

Where: The Ice Zone at the St. Louis Outlet Mall (Formerly the St. Louis Mills)

When: Saturdays @ 2:50 - 3:50 pm (March 31st - May 19th)

Cost: $166

For more information and to register, click here