These are some of the friends of the Flying Dutchmen :


Dutch Hockey runs the annual summer hockey practice ice in Dordrecht. This year there are at least 4 groups and maybe even 5 nights of hockey per week! Aside from the weekly practice sessions, there are plenty of clinics where they zoom in on the little things that make you great! Check out his website and register.

Bad Tölz Street Tigers

The Bad Tölz Street Tigers are the home team of the Oktoberfest tournament held in Bad Tölz each year. You can visit them here :

Bad Tölz Street Tigers

Funny Ice Liège

Our friends from the Belgian city of Liège, Luik in Dutch and Flemish, were our opponents in the finals round of the 2014 Spring Break Tournoi.

They’re a fun group of people so check them out:

Funny Ice Liège website

Gentlemen de Rouen

The Gentlemen de Rouen have invited us to their tournament in April 2015. Meanwhile, visit their Facebook group here:

Gentlemen de Rouen Facebook page

New York Blueliners

The Godfather of the Flying Dutchmen, John Coyle, has been running leagues and trips for years.
His Coyle Cup is the Grand Prize for law-enforcement and firefighting personnell all over Long Island. Visit his website here:

The Godfather of the Flying Dutchmen, John Coyle.

The Dordrecht Black Sheep

The Dordrecht Black Sheep were founded on the 10th of the 10th, 2010. Or so they say on their website. They host one of the best organized tournament in The Netherlands; the Island Cup Games. The Flying Dutchmen will probably sail into those waters again this year.

Visit their website here:

Dordrecht Black Sheep and their new ferocious logo.

Rouen Old School

The Rouen Old School invited us on our 2nd ever trip last year during their Spring Break Tournoi in May. You can see the pictures from that tournament, which featured our now collector’s items navy jerseys, at the front page.
Visit their website here:

Rouen Old School website

Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC) Eagles

The Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC) Eagles hockey organization consists of all branches of the U.S. military, dependents (16+),civil service, contractors and members of NATO.
Four Eagle teams (I, II, III, & IV), which range from beginners to “wannabe” pro and compete in the Die Players Liga (German league), friendly games, and tournaments in five European countries.

Visit their website here :

KMC (Kaiserslautern Military Community ) Eagles

Czech Panthers

The Prague police Panthers beat the Flying Dutchmen in two consecutive Oktoberfest tournaments. This year we want revenge!

They’re also organizing their own tournament this year. We’ll see if we can make that a trip to remember!

The Czech Panthers rock this awesome teal logo!

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