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Table of Contents

  1. Introductory Guidelines
  2. Who is Hockey Director Chris Chelios?
  3. What should I expect my first day of class?
    1. Equipment Checklist
    2. After the First Class
  4. What happens if I miss a class?
  5. What's next for my child?

I) Introductory Guidelines

  • No skaters are allowed on the ice without an instructor present.
  • Only the students that are currently registered for a specific class will be allowed on the ice. 
  • Any parent wishing to assist during class must get approval from Coach Chelios, be able to skate, have a current waiver for the Session on file with the front counter, and pay $16.00 for the Basic Skills Insurance.
  • No shoes are allowed on the ice.
  • Make-ups per session will be allowed for missed classes. No make-ups are allowed on the 1st week of the Session. Please confirm make-up times with Coach Chelios.
  • Each skater is allowed ONE “Bring A Friend” pass to be used during the session that they are enrolled in. Please, no friends during the 1st week of a session.
  • An Unlimited Public Skate pass available to all registered students for just $25. Students signed up before the early-registration date will recieve this pass for free.
  • free birthdate skate may be available to enrolled Students. (See our Birthday Party page for more details)
  • Classes may be combined or cancelled due to enrollment.
  • Register for a in class online at or in-person at our facility. To register on-line, please visit the registration page that corresponds with the dates that you are looking for. Sorry, no phone registrations can be accepted.
  • Registrations will be accepted only if they are accompanied by full payment. Payments may be made by cash, mastercard, visa, or personal check accompanied by a driver's license.
  • Classes are not pro-rated. However, students are given the opportunity to makeup missed classes.
  • Rink Credits are issues with Medical Notes only
  • There are absolutely no refunds on any classes
  • Please review the required equipment before your first day of class. Contact Coach Cheli with any questions.
  • trial class is available during the 1st or 2nd week of our Sessions, to first-time students for just $20! If they’re not sure they’ll like skating, just let them try it, without financial risk. If they decide to continue, pay the balance of the class fee minus the $20 Trial fee. This Trial offer applies to 1st time students ONLY! Skate rental is available for an additional $2.50.
  • Learn to Skate USA membership is required for all classes at All Seasons Ice Rinks. The annual fee is $16.00 and covers from July 1st of the current year, to June 30th of the following year.

II) Who is Hockey Director Chris Chelios?

Chris Chelios grew up playing youth hockey in the Chicagoland area. His love and passion for the game led to the opportunity to play at a higher level, but most importantly purse an education.  He now gives back to the game that made him the person he is today and is very blessed to do something he loves every day. 

After Chris graduated high school, he went on to pursue his goals. His hockey career includes playing professional hockey for the Shreveport Mudbugs in the CHL, the Baton Rouge Kingfish of the ECHL and professional hockey in Germany. He played collegiate hockey at University of Wisconsin-Superior, as well as, Junior A Hockey in the USHL for the Sioux City Musketeers

As a coach and instructor, Chris has head coached the UW-Superior Women's Hockey Team. UW-Superior is also where Chris earned his Physical Education Degree with a minor in coaching and health.

Chris has spent over 25 years instructing hockey camps including the Jeremy Roenick Hockey school, the Chris Chelios Charity Hockey Camp, CCH XTREME, C2 Hockey, Infinity Hockey,  Christian Hockey Camps, Pro 7, and few more.

Currently Chris is the Hockey Director at All Seasons Ice Rinks, where has has been for the past 15 years. He provides the best learning experience for his students because of his specialized drills and his unique coaching style, which has been proven to be an effective way to challenge students.  This improves their skill level, while at the same time providing a fun and enjoyable learning environment. In addition to his work at All Season's Ice Rink, he has coached or is currently coaching several teams, such as Robert Morris College Girls Hockey Team, Naperville Central High School, and the Naperville Sabres teams, which he is the Midget Minor & Major Central States Head Coach & Midget Director.


  • Professional Career

    • Played Minor Pro Hockey For the Baton Rouge Kingfish in the ECHL & Shreveport Mudbugs in the CHL
    • Played Professional hockey in Germany
    • Played Collegiate Hockey the University of Wisconsin Superior
    • Played Junior A Hockey in the USHL for the Sioux City Musketeers while he was asst. captain to the 1994 National Runner up
    • 2 x Collegiate All American
    • USA Hockey Humanitarian Award Nominee
    • NCHA and WIAC 1st Team All-Conference
    • 1999 Athlete of the Year for UW Superior Yellowjackets
    • Four NCAA Frozen Four appearances for UW Superior
    • Received other awards such as MVP, Best Defense, Most Dedicated, Rookie of the Year
    • Captain for the University of Wisconsin Superior Yellowjackets for his sophomore thru senior year
    • Assistant Captain for the Sioux City Musketeers
    • Junior A National Championship Runner-up for the Sioux City Musketeers 

    Hockey Camps & Clinics

    • CCH Xtreme Camps & C2 HOCKEY
    • Jeremy Roenick and Chris Chelios's Charity Hockey Camp
    • All Star Hockey Camp
    • SAHA Pre Season Camp, Pro 7 Hockey Camp
    • Christian Athlete Hockey Camp
    • And many more
  • Coaching / Committee Experience and Honors

            UW Superior Women's Intern Head Coach

    • 1999 - 2000 - NCAA D3 Women’s  Intern Head Coach of University of Wisconsin

            Naperville Central High School J.V. (2003 to 2006)

    • 2003 – 2006 Naperville Central High School Varsity and J.V. Program

            Robert Morris University Girls (2003 to 2014)

    • 2003 – 2014 Robert Morris Associate Coach
    • Inducted into the Robert Morris University Coaching Hall of Fame
    • 2012 ACHA Co-Coach of the Year
    • Multiple ACHA Collegiate National Champions for Robert Morris College Girls
    • Multiple ACHA Collegiate National Runner-up for Robert Morris College Girl
    • Multiple ACHA Mid-Season Tournament & Showcase Champions

            Sabres Youth Hockey Organization (2003 to Present)

    • Sabres Skills Development Instructor (18th year)
    • 2003 - 2005: Sabres Mite House Gold & Mite A2
    • 2005 - Present: Midget Minor & Major Central States Head Coach & Midget Director
      • Midget Program has moved more kids to the ACHA, NCAA, & Junior program than any other program out there
      • National, Regional, & State Appearances, Finalists and Runner-up


            Coaching and Committee Honors

    • 2005 & 2007 Intern Coach: USA SELECT 17 FESTIVAL CAMP
    • Chicago Scout for the Waterloo BlackHawks in the USHL
    • 2005 NWHL Coach of the Year
    • 2007 AHAI Coach of the Year
    • NJPHL - Coach of the Year
    • 2 articles feature my programs in USA Hockey Publications
    • Hockey Director at All Season Ice Rinks - 2003 to present (15 years)
    • AHAI Instructor for USA Coaching Clinics
    • 2010 Inducted into the Robert Morris Hall of Fame
    • 2011 - ACHA Coach of the Year
    • 2016 AHAI Hockey Hall of Fame Recipient
    • 2015 UW-Superior HALL of Fame Recipient
    • AHAI Player Development Committee
    • CSDHL Selection Committee
    • Sabres Coaching Committee


    Educational Background

    • Graduated UW Superior with a Teaching Degree and a Minor in Coaching, Health, and special education
    Level 5: USA Coaching Certified 

III) What should I expect my first day of class?

Congratulations! You're all signed up for the session and ready for your first class. What should you do to make sure you are prepared for the first day?

At The Rink

  1. Make your way to the front desk at All Seasons Ice Rink and check in. Be sure to ask the front desk staff member for the class level your child has been assigned.
  2. Go to your assigned locker room - you can leave your hockey bag and street closed in your locker room during your class. Please, no dressing your child in the lobby area. Thanks for your cooperation.
  3. Once you're in your gear, gather in the area designated for your level and wait for your instructor who will bring you a practice jersey.

Equipment Checklist

Applicable Levels: Learn to Skate - Tot Hockey

  • Hockey Helmet
  • Thick Pair of Gloves
  • Bike or Skateboard Helmet
  • Elbow Pads

Applicable Levels: Pre-Mite  Intermediate/Advanced, Fundamentals of Hockey, Pre-Hockey

  • Hockey Helmet
  • Hockey Gloves
  • Hockey Stick
  • Shoulder Pads/Chest Protector
  • Elbow Pads
  • Shin Guards
  • Hockey Pants
  • Neck Guard
  • Sports Jock
  • Hockey Socks or Sweatpants

Coach Cheli participates in the One Goal Equipment Rental Program. Please see Coach Cheli for more information and rental details.

IV) Makeup Schedule 

4:30 PM
10:40 AM
4:30 PM
10:40 AM
xxxxxxx 4:10 AM 1:00 PM
10:40 AM
4:10 PM
1:00 PM
10:40 AM
4:10 PM
10:40 AM
4:10 PM
10:40 AM
4:10 PM
10:40 AM
4:10 PM
11:20 AM  - 11:50 AM
Program starts in March



Chris Chelios
Hockey Director of All Seasons Ice Rinks
Director of Operations of C2 HOCKEY & CCH XTREME INC
Midget Director of Sabre Hockey
Skills Instructor of Sabre Hockey
USA Level 5 Master
1-630-851-0755 ext. 813


Text: 630-217-0503


V) What's next for my child?

For those skaters that are.....
  • Currently enrolled or graduated at the Pre-Hockey Phase 2 or Advanced level.
  • Currently enrolled or graduated Pre-Mite Advanced or Elite
  • Participated in the Mega Mites, Mighty Mites, CIHL or Sabre Inhouse Hockey League

Phase 1 kids may be able to play for the Sabres with Coach Cheli's Permission. Please give him a call.

CONGRATS!  You've Graduated! You Might be Wondering Whats Next? One of the Best Things about Hockey, You Have Lots of Options!!!
Its been great teaching your child learn to skate and play hockey, and now its time to move on to bigger and better things.  You may be confused with all the different options available to your child and how to continue their skill development.  Below you will find my recommendations for the best in local youth hockey opportunities.
If your child's birth years are 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011
Please contact Chris Chelios Directly
If your child's birth years are 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 please read below........

Jr. Sabres U-6 & U-8

The Jr. Sabre Mite program is a fully compliant American Development Model Program (ADM) that is based on age-appropriate guidelines and curriculum. If the term ADM is new to you, I highly recommend that you take some time to review
The ADM is a USA Hockey development program based on the science and research behind Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD). USA Hockey was one of the first governing bodies in the USOC to adopt this structure. Today there are many more sports applying these same principles. It is designed for age appropriate development and fun!
Silver Mite skaters will be trained under a strict and fully compliant ADM development structure consisting of station-based skills practices, small-area games and cross-ice or half-ice hockey games. Both the 6U will play on a half-ice format.  The Silver Mite program is divided into two age groups, 6U for all skaters that are six (6) years old or younger
The Sabre Silver Mite program allows you to pick your preferred rink (All Seasons or Rocket) to have your practices and skill sessions based out of. This choice will be made during the registration process. Game days will rotate between All Seasons and the Rocket from week to week.
Season Overview

All participants will start the season in September with evaluation weekend. Your skater will be assigned to an evaluation group after you’ve registered. That assignment will come to you via email roughly a week prior to the evaluation weekend. During the evaluation sessions, all skaters will be rated on their skating ability and all around hockey skills. These player ratings will be the basis of the draft system and how the coaches will select their teams as our goal is to equally balance all of the teams. After evaluations, you’ll receive a phone call from the head coach of the team your skater was assigned to. All players will receive a Sabre jersey and socks in your team colors. You'll practice with your team and coaches for the remainder of the season that will conclude with Super Sunday in the first weekend of March.
Below is some more information on the Jr. Sabre program:

  • Practices start the week after evaluation weekend
  • Games will begin in October
  • Practices/Skill Sessions will be twice a week with Games on Sunday. Currently practice days are set for Tuesday and Friday for All Seasons teams. Rocket teams will practice on Monday and Friday. We will do everything possible to keep that schedule but due to the complexities of ice scheduling that is subject to change.
  • All games will be half-ice game format and one hour in length
  • 90 second running clock shifts to provide equal ice time for all participants
  • Goalies will rotate from game to game and all players will play all positions throughout the year
  • Officials are on the ice for each game
  • Penalties will result in a penalty shot 

Please refer to our registration packet on for more detailed information on program costs and evaluation dates.

For more questions, please contact the Jr. Sabre Mite Coordinator:
Phil Lewandowski


Birth Years