Registration for the 2020-2021 Hockey Season is now OPEN!
Jersey numbers will be assigned based on the timestamp of registration. The selection order will start with the first registration and move down the list.
After numbers are assigned you will receive an email with your player(s) assigned number & sizing information along with the link to order jerseys.
Here are the 2020-2021 level of play birthdate requirements:
For evaluation planning purposes, Squirts, 10U, 12U, PeeWee and Bantams please register by SEPTEMBER 15th.
Mites Levels 1-4 please register by NOVEMBER 1st.
It is helpful for you to register your player(s) as soon as possible, all registrations (USA Hockey and Bulldog Hockey) must be completed BEFORE the first day of practice.
Please note players will not be able to take the ice until their registration has processed, which may take up to 24 hours.
To register your player(s), please go to the Registration page on our Bulldog Website.
The hockey season may have ended sadly and abruptly, but can you take steps at home right now to substantially improve your shot for next year?
“Definitely,” Minnesota Whitecaps forward and youth skills coach Brooke White-Lancette said. “Anytime you can do anything outside of just being on the ice, it’s going to help improve strength, stability, skill and things like that. There’s certain things you can do off-ice, whether you have a net or something to shoot at or not.”
Read the full article here.
When the hockey season ends, the desire to come back stronger the next year lies in the player’s hands – especially when it comes to improving stick and puck skills.
Former Golden Gopher and NHLer Lance Pitlick believes that you get what you put in when it comes to off-ice skills training. And there’s a lot you can do at home any time of year.
Click the link below to read the full article from Minnesota Hockey