Lincoln Stars Futures Camp

Lincoln Stars Futures Camp

Lincoln Stars Futures Camp


Lincoln Stars Futures Camp is a weekend hockey camp for youth from ages ten to thirteeen. It is hosted at the hockey rink in Lincoln, Nebraska and provides a fun-filled weekend for young athletes.


"I think Futures Camp is such an important part of the process at the USHL level," Stars head coach Rocky Russo said. "This camp offers the opportunity for the 07s and 08s and 09s to come in and create a first impression on our staff directly, which is so important to us."

The 2021 Phantoms futures camp offers 2006-2009 birth years both a competitive and educational experience surrounding the USHL, the path to college hockey and gives prospects a chance to showcase their abilities in front of the Phantoms' coaching and scouting staff and special guest NCAA coaches. Experience high-intensity practices run by Coach Patterson and understand what USHL scouts look for in prospects. (Source: www.youngstownphantoms.com)


For $450 per player, you can experience what it's like to be a USHL player and a Lincoln Star. Now is your chance to get on our Director of Scouting's Watch List for upcoming USHL Futures Drafts.

When comparing USHL teams, few stack up against the Lincoln Stars. The Stars have won two (2) Clark Cups (1997, 2003) and three (3) Anderson Cups (2000, 2001, 2003) since they began to play in 1996. Since the inaugural season, the Stars have graduated many players to the National Hockey League, including David Backes, Brandon Bollig, Jared Boll, Erik Condra, Ryan Dzingel and Matt Bartkowski. (Source: www.lincolnstars.com)


The Lincoln Stars are looking for families in Lincoln willing to open their homes and house a player for the duration of the 2021-22 season. These players, ranging in age from 16-20, travel from around the world to play hockey and are in need of a home and family to live with while in Lincoln.

Providing a safe and supportive environment for players is essential to the success of the team. Billets help make this program possible. Through the billet program, players are given a sense of community and support while away from their families. Billets also benefit from the experience by having a strong role model for their own children, building life-long relationships with the player(s) they house, and contributing to the Stars organization. Along with a support system and loving home, players will need their own bedroom(s) and meals, starting in September through the end of the season (typically mid to late April). Billets are provided a monthly stipend while they house the player(s). (Source: www.lincolnstars.com)



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