Global Hockey Camps & Clinics

Updated: February 2, 2015
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Global has been operating as a family-owned and operated company for 24 years. We have seen many changes in hockey, but one thing has remained constant and that is our commitment to provide players the best opportunity to advance their hockey aspirations by providing them with the proper knowledge and understanding of the different routes hockey offers.  

Our Global Camps have grown tremendously. Many young players have entered universities and colleges on scholarships. Others have gone on to play at the major junior and professional levels. 23 years ago we started our first Global Camp, working with 90 players. Now, we are reaching out and helping over 1,000 young hockey players every year.

Global has three core values around which we have built our organization:

Family: Parents and players will have fun attending our Camps. We have picked great locations where families are always welcome to watch (NO ENTRANCE FEE),  and enjoy the great cities where Global events are held.  Global commits substantial time in our seminars to providing you with information which will assist your family in making an informed decision on where to send your son for continuation of his hockey career. Hockey is not a race. Take your time, do your research, then make the best decision with your son for his future. It takes good information to make good decisions.  Parents, you get to see your son play all year. While we are pleased to have you watch him compete at Global Hockey Camps, we encourage you to take the time to attend our seminars, as it will help in the decision making process for you and your son.

Education: Players and parents will receive vital information on possible hockey developmental opportunities and general advice on the different routes. Players and parents will have the opportunity to speak with an Educational Advisor on our staff. He will assist by answering your questions about education and eligibility requirements for the NCAA Clearinghouse, as well other education requirements.  Global also provides the opportunity to ask questions of our  coaches during our seminars in regards to College hockey.

Hockey: Our Camps will allow Bantam, Midget and Junior hockey players to exhibit their talents in front of various Coaches from all different Junior leagues. Players will gain vital information on their unique skill sets and will gain information that will help their development. Coaches attending Global events are there to assist you in your skill development process as well as to give you valuable information. Global camps are not just for players looking to get into the junior ranks but also provide much needed information in regards to N.C.A.A. eligibility and variety of options available in hockey.

2015 Global Hockey Camps & Clinics

Each camp and clinic will feature varying amounts of ice times in the forms of skill development sessions and games. Each camp and clinic will provide players will skill development sessions and games run by the college and junior coaches. Camps will also feature seminars hosted by the college and junior coaches.

vancouverGlobal Vancouver

Dates: May 8-10 (Fri-Sun)

Location: Langley Sportsplex

Format: four Games (Goalies receive two additional goalie sessions)

Cost: $330

Age Group:

Group 1 –2001-2000

Group 2-1999 and older (last year of junior hockey eligibility)

chicagoGlobal Chicago

Dates: May 29-31 (Fri-Sunday)

Location: Darien Sportsplex

Format: two practices and four games

Cost: $430

Age Group: 2000 and older (last year of junior hockey eligibility)

las vegasGlobal Las Vegas

Dates: June 22-25 (Monday-Thursday)

Location: Las Vegas Ice Center

Format: two practices and four games

Cost: $430

Age Group:

Group 1 –2001-2000

Group 2-1999 and older (last year of junior hockey eligibility)

Click here to register for Global Hockey Camps & Clinics

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