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Dream Big HockeyStars

By NHLer Freddy Meyer

 

Who founded DBHS.....

After nine years, 281 NHL games, 450 pro games, 136 points, Freddy Meyer launched Dream Big HockeyStars in the summer of 2012.  Moving back to the Greater Boston area from Sweden, Freddy established his first series of semi-private clinics.  The focus was on a small group (max 10 skaters) with a heavy emphasis on teaching players to perfect each rep.  Since that summer, Dream Big HockeyStars has grown into one of the premier hockey institutions in Massachusetts.  DBHS currently offers semi-private clinics, summer camps, private lessons, youth hockey weekly skills, game performance analysis, career consultations, and summer tournament teams.   

Why DBHS was created.....

Freddy's vision for Dream Big HockeyStars was to create a high-performance hockey development program that provides an opportunity for athletes to receive top quality instruction from elite level coaches. 

What is the DBHS difference.....

If your athlete has aspirations to play at the next level, you will not find a better environment to learn and develop then with Dream Big HockeyStarsFreddy has designed programs that will complement their regular season schedule, yet accelerate their skill development.  It is great to play games, but the true development comes through repetition under the watchful eye of a professional.   His hands-on-approach is second to none and he will help your hockey player achieve their goals.  Do you have what it takes to DREAM BIG?

Where did the name Dream Big HockeyStars come from.....

Being an undersized, undrafted defenseman, Freddy needed to set his goals high.  First, it was to play college hockey (2003 Boston University Male Athlete of the Year, Team Captain).  The next big goal was to play in the NHL (played for PHL, NYI, PHX, ATL).  Once he reached that goal, Freddy became a strong believer in DREAMING BIG.  So much that, when he autographs cards and memorabilia for kids, it reads “DREAM BIG!” with his signature following it.  Don’t take NO for an answer, DREAM BIG!