American Hockey League President and CEO Scott Howson has announced a revised start date for the 2020-21 AHL season, as approved by the league’s Board of Governors during its 2020 Annual Meeting. At the recommendation of the AHL’s Return to Play Task Force, the Board of Governors has approved moving the anticipated start of the 2020-21 regular season to December 4, 2020, due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis.
Registration for the Kids Club is now closed. Be sure to check back here before the next season for details on when registration will open up again!
Kids Club FAQ
In general jerseys are meant to be worn large – as if hockey pads or a sweatshirt would be worn underneath – this is especially true for our youth and adult sizes.
Toddler 1T, 2T, 4T, and 6T/YXS jerseys will not fit as loosely.
Below are some measurements to help you with your decision, as a suggestion from us, these measurements can be compared to one of your child’s existing long-sleeve shirts or sweatshirts – for a baggier “jersey-style” fit consider going up to the next size. If you would like your jersey to fit like the item you are comparing it to, then try to match the measurements as close as possible.
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 28.5″, Waist Width: 12.5″
, Height (Top to Bottom): 14″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 30.5″,
Waist Width: 13″
, Height (Top to Bottom): 17″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 33.5″,
Waist Width: 15″,
Height (Top to Bottom): 19″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 38″,
Waist Width: 16″,
Height (Top to Bottom): 21″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 43.5″,
Waist Width: 18″,
Height (Top to Bottom): 27″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 45″, Waist Width: 18.5″
, Height (Top to Bottom): 27.5″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 48″,
Waist Width: 20″
, Height (Top to Bottom): 28.5″
Measurements: Sleeve to Sleeve: 53″,
Waist Width: 22.5″,
Height (Top to Bottom): 28″
1. Chuck-A-Puck pick-up begins every season on Opening Night. There will be NO Chuck-A-Puck pick-up at any preseason game(s).
2. Chuck-A-Puck pick-up occurs during the 2nd intermission. Please see "Check-In..." FAQ for more information.
3. Your child's name will be on the list for the entire season and can participate at any game throughout the season.
We want you to be safe! Know the rules, failure to follow these rules will result in being ineligible for future on-ice participation.
Wait patiently to enter the ice (no running, hitting, kicking, etc.).
Do not crawl under the stands; there are many sharp edges under there.
Stay on the dasherboard walls until all pucks are thrown and you are told by an Eagles representative that it is OK to enter the ice.
Do not throw pucks.
Do not run and/or slide on the ice.
Do not pick up pucks that are on the banners and do not put pucks in the center bucket, this ruins the game!
Do not hit or pull on Slapshot.
All participants must have a signed waiver on file to participate.
Child must be of walking age to participate in Chuck-A-Puck pick-up.
Please contact us for special circumstances.
CHECK-IN for Chuck-A-Puck pick-up is at the EAST ENTRANCE: Be downstairs in the EAST ENTRANCE STAIRWELL with 5 MINUTES left in the 2nd period.
(Note: For busy games at the beginning of the season, lining up a few minutes earlier is recommended.)
Parents who wish to accompany a small child or anyone that requires assistance onto the ice must also sign a waiver.
Waivers will be available at the:
Unlike your child's waiver, adult waivers will need to be signed each and every time you accompany your child onto the ice for Chuck-A-Puck pick-up.
If you don’t need to go onto the ice, we ask that you do not do so, as it adds congestion to the line. Please wait for your child in the drop-off area.
Click here for online waiver.
We offer a variety of Group Outing packages including a birthday package. If you are interested in the Eagles Birthday Package please contact our ticketing department at 970-686-SHOT (7468), or send us an email at [email protected] and mention the Birthday Package in the subject line.
At Home Arts & Crafts
970-686-SHOT (7468) Call our Ticketing Department and speak with any ticket representative!