Bulldog 05’s third consecutive year winning State Flag. Coach Naumenko and Coach Herbert’s fifth straight year winning a State Flag at the PeeWee Level!
The Chicago Bulldogs Youth Hockey Club is dedicated to providing teaching and facilities that will develop highly skilled and motivated young hockey players. The Bulldogs develop players from learn-to-skate programs through elite Tier II teams, providing opportunities to compete against the best hockey players in Illinois and surrounding states. Our players learn skills both on and off the ice that will benefit them for a lifetime. The Chicago Bulldogs expect a commitment to excellence and hard work from all the players, parents, managers and coaches. This commitment to excellence will include both on-ice performance, as well as off-ice activities as student-athletes and as representatives of the Chicago Bulldogs Youth Hockey Club.
The Chicago Bulldogs Youth Hockey Club is quickly becoming one of the North Shore’s premier Tier II youth hockey clubs. Our short six-year history is rich with development and championships. To date, the Bulldogs have won five BlackHawks Cup final four banners, five NIHL Wolves Cup Championships, two International Silver Stick Regional Championship, three NIHL President’s Cup, and seventeen NIHL league playoff finalist banners over the past six seasons. During the 2015-16 season, The Bulldogs were only one of two organizations to place in the Blackhawk Cup at Squirt, Peewee and Bantam. The Chicago Bulldogs have developed and graduated 19 players to AAA hockey programs. In the 2015-16 season the Chicago Bulldogs Hockey Club was one of two clubs that fielded a team in NIHL Elite at Squirt, PeeWee and Bantam level. The Bulldogs were the only club to have two squirt teams playing NIHL Elite and an entire minor aged team playing NIHL Bantam Elite.
For the 2015-16 Season the Chicago Bulldogs made their Central States Developmental Hockey League debut with two teams, 2001 Bantam Major and 2004 PeeWee Minor. Both teams had a successful debut season making the playoffs and earning 8 of a possible 12 points in CSDHL playoff action.
For the 2015-16 season the Chicago Bulldogs will field NIHL Elite and Gold teams at Squirt through Bantam.
The learn to skate and learn to play hockey program is a partnership between Chicago Bulldogs Youth Hockey Club and Heartland Skating Academy. Our learn to play hockey program is coached by the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks skating coach Kevin Delaney and the Delaney Hockey staff. Our players learn at an early age from the best skating coaches in the Chicagoland area.