Est. 2000, Kansas City Stars hockey is the largest youth hockey association in Kansas City, the state of Kansas and one of the largest in the Midwest. We have 425+ players ages 4-18 and offer a complete range of play levels including house/rec teams and A/AA travel teams. Our local house teams play in a city wide league against other clubs in the Kansas City area and surrounding cities. Our travel teams play against other clubs in the Midwest, St. Louis and on a National Level. We also host several tournaments at all levels throughout the year.
The mission of the Kansas City Stars Youth Hockey Association is to provide the youth of the community with a quality environment which promotes sportsmanship, instruction, teamwork and the enjoyment of the ice hockey experience.
USA Hockey has published a set of core values. It is the goal of the Kansas City Stars to bestow these values to the youth of our organization through our coaches and staff.
KC Stars is a proud member Club of the Kansas City Youth Hockey Association - KCYHA. www.kcyouthhockey.com
We support and emphasize the core values of USA Hockey, Inc., the national governing body for the sport of hockey in the United States.
Foremost of all values is to learn a sense of fair play. Become humble in victory, gracious in defeat. We will foster friendship with teammates and opponents alike.
RESPECT FOR THE INDIVIDUAL
Treat all others as you expect to be treated.
We seek to foster honesty and fair play beyond mere strict interpretation of the rules and regulations of the game.
PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE AT THE INDIVIDUAL, TEAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEVELS
Each member of the organization, whether player, volunteer or staff should seek to perform each aspect of the game to the highest level of his or her ability.
It is important for the hockey experience to be fun, satisfying and rewarding for all participants.
We aspire to teach loyalty to the ideals and fellow members of the sport of hockey.
We value the strength of learning to work together. The use of teamwork is reinforced and rewarded by success in the hockey experience.
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