News and events from the Glenview Stars.
Wondering how to get started or if your player is ready for travel hockey with the Glenview Stars? Have a question or concern about our program? Contact the Stars hockey director or any of our board members.
Looking for Mite travel hockey for players 8 years old and younger? Visit the Glenview Generals at www.glenviewgenerals.org.
Session 3 & 4 in August!
The Glenview Stars and Glenview Generals are delighted to introduce an innovative take on hockey skill development this summer. The program features four blocks of sessions over the summer, each with a different guest instructor and a different focus.
And now, the Stars are happy to offer even more flexibility with the Glenview Stars Summer Flex Packs. Select the number of sessions you'd like to attend and attend whichever dates work for you! Choose from:
Six individual dates of your choice for $175
Four individual dates of your choice for $125
Single drop in session on the date of your choice for $40
For this option, choose Glenview Stars Summer Flex Pack when registering instead of an age level like Squirt, PeeWee or Bantam.
Full sessions are available, too:
Session 3 with Justin Nelson
Early August 2017
Session 4 with Rob Hutson
Mid August 2017
Congratulations to the following Glenview Stars players for qualifying for the Central States Developmental Hockey League (CSDHL) or Northern Illinois Hockey League (NIHL) Academic Excellence Award for the 2016-17 season.
Nina Marie Riley
The Glenview Stars are proud of your accomplishments on and off the ice!
The Glenview Stars are proud to announce the 2017 Glenview Stars Spring Hockey Program. See the program information PDF to read all the details: programs, dates, cost, coaching lineup and profiles.
Online registration is mandatory.
If you have any questions, please contact Glenview Stars Hockey Director Sylvain Turcotte at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Registration "Home" is not currently available.
Updated March 14, 2017
Are you an insomniac?
Do you gaze at the clock after midnight like you gaze at a hockey scoreboard? Do you check the time and move the end of the game, the end of the day, as you see fit: 2 a.m., 3 a.m.?
"I can stretch it to 4 a.m. and get enough sleep to still make tomorrow work, right?"
Do you do sleep math in your head?
You don't want today to end because you are battling and grinding to make today a good day, a worthwhile day. You battle the demons of heavy sadness and you are losing. We are losing. And the loss makes us feel even worse, guilty and weak that we can't overcome. The perfectionist never wins. He or she is stuck in a bardo of second-guesses, regrets and "What the hell happened?"
There are nights I dread the end of the day like I used to dread the end of an NHL game. Once the rare NHL game I was attending with my dad passed the 10-minute mark of the second period, my 10-year-old self would feel nauseous/sad that the game was more than halfway over.
The Girls U14 team won State and qualified for the the USA Hockey Central District regional tournament, so the Stars Girls U16 spring tryouts have been postponed to accommodate the U14 tournament schedule. Girls who are registered for U16 tryouts will be notified when tryouts are rescheduled later this month. If you have any questions, please email Girls Hockey Director Nick Lavalle.
Girls Hockey Director
Thank you to Paige Southwood for representing the Glenview Stars Girls Hockey Program on the ice with the Women’s National Hockey Team!
AHAI, Athletico Physical Therapy, the Chicago Blackhawks, and NorthShore University HealthSystem have come together to create the AHAI: A Step aHead Baseline Testing initiative to combat one of the most common head injuries: concussions. The program includes free baseline concussion testing and educational programs, to youth hockey players in the AHAI program. For more information and to register for a free baseline screening, see the A Step aHead program website.