- Dallas Stars Camp Jersey
- Summer Camp T-Shirt
- Souvenir Dallas Stars Knee-Hockey Stick
- 2 On-Ice Training sessions per day
- 2 Off-Ice training sessions per day
- Player Lounge for all Campers
- Daily Recap Videos for Parents
Campers will receive an official camp jersey, camp t-shirt, and Dallas Stars mini goalie stick.
Who is running the Dallas Stars Summer Camp Series?
The Dallas Stars Xtreme Team is a group of high-level professional skills coaches who assist in player development, held educate coaches and provide ongoing information to groups and associations of all age and skill levels. This Xtreme Team will execute clinics, camps, workshops and seminars across the nation. The Dallas Stars Xtreme Team fully supports and implements major components of USA Hockey's American Development Model.
Mullins was appointed the Director of Hockey Development for the Dallas Stars in the spring of 2015. In addition to being the director of the Xtreme Team, Dwight also oversees all summer camps, clinics, workshops and amateur player development for the Dallas Stars. Mullins has coached Hockey professionally for 20 years and has worked extensively with USA Hockey.
Bob Bassen is in his eighth year working in the Stars' front office, spending the last six as Director of Alumni. After retiring from his 17 year NHL career as a player, Bassen was named the assistant coach of the Dallas Stars affiliated Utah Grizzlies, where he stayed for 3 seasons. Bob would then return to Dallas to be named the Director of Alumni for the Dallas Stars Alumni Association.
Jouni Lehtola was hired as the original Dallas Stars Manager of Amateur Hockey upon the arrival of the team from Minnesota in 1993. Spearheading the growth of youth hockey, he immediately entertained and instilled an internationally educational approach to the game. Jouni held this position until 1998, when family commitments drew him from the office. Currently a full-time teacher, Jouni has remained very active with USA Hockey since his time with the Stars and is now actively involved in summer camps, skills clinics and other Xtreme Team events.
Q: Is lunch provided for campers?
A: No, your player will need to bring a lunch, snacks and sufficient fluids for the entire day.
Q: My child just started playing hockey; can he/she participate in a Dallas Stars Summer Camp?
A: Absolutely! We have unique skills-specific curriculum that is fun and challenging for skaters of all ages & abilities.
Q: Is there a sibling discount if I have multiple children registering for a Dallas Stars Summer Camp?
A: Yes, there is a $50 sibling discount available for 2nd & 3rd siblings. The discount must be applied in-house by a StarCenter manager.
Q: How do I register my kid(s) for a camp?
A: You can register online or by calling/stopping by the Information Desk of your local StarCenter Ice Arena.
For more in-depth information on childhood athletic development and the American Development Model, please click here.