• 2020 BLUELINE HOCKEY SCHOOL - 33RD ANNUALThe summer is on the way and Blueline Hockey School is set for June 8 through July 2, 2020.
  • we believe in skill developmentDaily skill work includes: puck handling, skating (including acceleration, balance, power, use of edges), passing and receiving, shooting/scoring and checking. Great instructors help you improve your skills.
  • blueline hockey is... Dedicated and designed to improving the hockey skills of area hockey players, our goal is to make the player better. Better prepared to make the team they want to be on next season and better at their hockey skills so they perform with confidence.
  • tradition of excellenceBlueline Hockey School has graduates in the NHL, AHL, European League, Semipro, Division I, Division III and American Juniors in addition to many present and past high school players. But best of all, we enjoy helping players improve their skills.

we believe

  • Skill Development

    Puck handling

  • Skating (including acceleration, balance, power, use of edges)
  • Passing and Receiving
  • Shooting and Scoring
  • Checking
  • "If it's not broke, don't fix it"

    We believe you don't have to change every player. If you have good skills we will help you improve them so you can achieve your hockey goals for the next season.

  • Better Skills, more confidence, greater success

    Skating skills are required by any player that wants to have success so we work a lot on skating. We scrimmage daily so the players can learn positional play and team systems.

news

  • New Blueline COVID Update May 25, 2020

    As we mentioned, we would be providing updates on the status of Blue Line periodically. We are now able to start moving forward with a plan to hold Blue Line. At this time, specific details regarding BlueLine Hockey School are still being determined. We do know the following: We will be running age group specific sessions (with only players) and are in the process of running a goalie specific session in the afternoon. We are still working out the details on the goalie session The ice times will be different than the times published on our website and brochure. We are currently working with MYHA to develop a safety protocol for entering and exiting the building. We are permitted to have two pods (groups) of 10 on the ice- that includes coaches. So we will have two groups of 9 players and 1 coach at each session. Groups will be consistent throughout the camp (state requirement) We will start June 15th. The camp will run four weeks, Monday- Thursday Ice times will be 1 hour. There will be a half an hour in between for passing time between the sessions. With short notice, we will not be providing Blue Line jersey’s this year. We ask that you please provide a jersey We will not be permitting water bottles There will not be locker rooms available. All else is still yet to be determined. When we have a more clear idea of what is possible, we will be reaching out to those that have sent in their registration information with a specific plan. Please let us know if you have any specific questions regarding your situation.

  • Blueline COVID Update May 13, 2020

    At this time, specific details regarding BlueLine Hockey School are still being determined due to the outbreak of COVID-19. We hope to have more concrete answers after the May 18th directive by Minnesota Governor Walz. We are still planning to hold a camp and have been in coordination with Moorhead Youth Hockey on ice availability. We are closely monitoring the situation at the state and local level and hope to have more answers in the near future. Please let us know if you have any specific questions regarding your situation.

  • Blueline Hockey School Website Updated For 2020 CampFebruary 24, 2020

    Camp Dates: June 8 to July 2, 2019

    The website has been updated. Sign up now by printing and completing the signup form and mailing it with your deposit.

School staff

Contact BLUELINE HOCKEY SCHOOL

Call Jon - (701)371-8860
Call Brad - (218)233-1017