St. Louis Amateur Hockey Hall of Fame







Born in Porcupine Plain, SK, Kelly Chase is known for his strong work ethic and his never back down mentality,  After 3 years of junior hockey with the Saskatoon Blades of the WHL, Chase was not drafted by any NHL team. He had come off a 55 point season in 70 games, scoring 21 goals  and a whooping 345 minutes  in penalties .The St. Louis Blues signed him to a free agent contract in 1988. Chase played 12 seasons pro ,appeared in 458 games, scoring 17 goals and 53 points with 2,007 minutes in penalties. This includes 355 fights. He was one of the folks responsible for bringing the St. Louis Bandits to St. Louis for three national championships. During the span of eight years owning the Bandits in both Texas and Missouri the team was responsible for over 100 college scholarships. He has been a part of the AAA blues organization for the past 15 years Kelly continues to live in the Hockey world as a part of the St Louis Blues hockey team . He is a proud member of the Missouri sports Hall of Fame and winner of the King Clancy award and the Prime minister's award for volunteer of the year in the province of Saskatchewan. On Sept -8  Kelly will receive the humanitarian award at the CMAs for his work with a charity country music concert for the Humboldt Broncos after the terrible bus crash.