The Independence Community Ice Rink is home to the KC Outlaws Youth Hockey Organization and hosts teams of all ages and skill levels from 3 years old up to 18 years of age. The KC Outlaws are a member of the Mid America Hockey Association. To help prepare individuals to participant in hockey, we offer numerous youth hockey programs such as learn to skate, learn to play hockey, camps and clinics. To learn more about how to start your hockey journey, click here.
The Independence Community Ice Rink is also home to the Kansas City Knights High School Hockey Club and is dedicated to the athletic development, personal growth, academics and sportsmanship of high school aged players within the Eastern Jackson County, Missouri and Kansas City area. The Knights are a member of the MASHL, Mid America High School Hockey League. They look forward to providing a competitive high school hockey option that younger KC Outlaws players will be proud and strive to play for as they grow with the game of hockey!
The Kansas City Hockey Club (KCHC) AA travel program offers Squirt 10U, Peewee 12U and Bantam 14U teams. These highly competitive teams play other teams from across the nation in regional and national tournaments. The KCHC teams play approximately 50 games per season.
2015-2019 - 8U/Mites
2004-2008- High School
8U House: $875
Squirt House: $975
Peewee & Bantam House: $1,025
Squirt Select: Team Fee
PeeWee Select: Team Fee
Bantam Select: Team Fee
John Scott Dickson is now the Hockey Director for the MAHA organization in Independence. John Scott will be in charge of all MAHA hockey decisions for the organization. John Scott currently works for the Independence Community Rink and will continue as Head Coach of the KC Mavs Peewee AA travel team.
John Scott has been part of the ECHL KC Mavericks for 5 years as the Head Coach/Director of Hockey Operations and 8 years as a player with KC Mavs, Idaho Steelheads, Atlanta Gladiators and Alaska Aces. He also played 5 years of Major Junior Hockey with Windsor Spitfire and 5 years at the University of New Brunswick.
John Scott brings a wealth of experience in coaching and leadership. He is committed to growing the game and the MAHA organization.