About the Long Island Stars Hockey Program
Team was created and founded by former NHL player Benoit Hogue. Players selected on the LI Stars pee-wee elite hockey team will be participating at the biggest minor league hockey event in the world, this annual pee-wee tournament attracts teams from Canada, the United States, Europe and elsewhere.
Over 1,000 previous tournament participants have played or are playing in the National Hockey League. Over 2200 young players (11-12 year-olds) from 15 countries competing in the world biggest minor hockey tournament to the 2014 Quebec Pee-wee tournament on February 12th-23rd, 2014 in Quebec City, Canada.
The LI Stars have two teams every year at the famous Quebec pee-wee tournament. The Stars offers a 5 day tryout camp on top of their annual pee-wee elite showcase both are will be scheduled sometime in August. The selected players will be practicing during school breaks and federal holidays and will also have exhibition games vs other Q pee-wee teams before heading to Quebec city in February.