The following are camps or clinics put on by Bismarck Hockey Boosters.
Robbie Glantz will be offering his clinic to BHB players from October 20-23. This is free to our members but it is first come, first serve. There will be no additional slots available.
Please review the available groups and sign up for ONE group for your skater. Please refer to the below listed times and days for each group.
All sessions are at Wachter Rink.
BHB is excited to bring back the 10,000 Puck Challenge and the Sticking Handling Challenge, in an all-new, reformatted way! This fun, interactive challenge will help each skater take their skills to the next level during the off-season!
See the information below to get started on this challenge today and make sure to submit your videos and information when you have completed the challenges!
BHB's Summer Camp is typically offered in July. The Summer Camp will offer both on-ice instruction and dryland training. Check back in the spring for registration information.
The Intro to Hockey program takes place in early fall. It is a low-cost, low-risk youth introduction into the fabulous sport of hockey. Youth from ages pre-K through third grade are invited to learn some of the fundamentals of skating and playing hockey. All equipment for this program is provided free-of-charge from Bismarck Hockey Boosters and our sponsors. Participation in the camp is just $100.
The program does have limited space. Registration is available on a first-come-first-served basis. Participants must be or will be enrolled in the Bismarck Public Schools, the Bismarck Parochial School System or attend a school within Burleigh County
Coaching is provided by past players and coaches along with boys and girls coaches and high school players from Bismarck High, Bismarck Century and the Bismarck Blizzard.
The 2022 Intro to Hockey program will open around July so check back then. You can find more information and the link to register under the Intro To Hockey tab above.
Any other camps that are not put on by Bismarck Hockey Boosters ("BHB") cannot be promoted or advertised by BHB, per USA Hockey Rules and Guidelines. BHB shall not be held liable for any injuries, illness, disability, incapacitation or other physical ailment which might arise in connection with these camps not put on by BHB. Any participant of these camps shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all proper insurance and licenses are in place through the camp's organization.