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Bulldogs Hockey Club

Welcome to the Bulldogs Hockey Club

The Bulldogs Hockey Club (formerly Grosse Pointe Hockey Association) was formed in 1962 and has been a community fixture for providing area youth an opportunity to participate in an exciting, challenging sport while emphasizing camaraderie, sportsmanship and fun.

We are a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization with 1000+ members and 14 teams participating in Travel, House, and American Development Model (ADM) programs.

BHC provides a competitive environment of learning and good sportsmanship at all skill levels for both boys and girls in the sport of hockey. We are fortunate to have former hockey professionals, college, and amateur players instruct our children in the game and serve as positive role models. Our volunteers are the backbone of the association, and we are thankful for their commitment and dedication to our children and the great sport of hockey!

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Jack McSorley College Scholarship

The Bulldogs Hockey Club (formerly the Grosse Pointe Hockey Association) initiated the Jack McSorley College Scholarship Award in 1994.  It is named after the late Jack McSorley who died before the age of 21.  Jack spent 12 years in the association as either a player or referee and embodied everything we hope to teach kids about athletics and academics.  On March 11th at Noon, we will acknowledge and celebrate scholar athletes from the Bulldogs Hockey Club at the Eastside Hockey Foundation ice arena.

The scholarship(s) may be awarded to one or more recipients. The criteria are listed below. If you qualify for this scholarship and wish to apply, please mail all the required information or feel free to drop it off at Jerry Bourke's home at 472 Lincoln Road, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230.  If there are any questions, Jerry can be contacted via email or please call him at (313) 570-3317.


  1. High School Senior.

  2. Minimum 3.5 GPA (provide a copy of your most recent report card).

  3. Five years participation with the GPHA (if player started as a pee wee or later; three years participation is sufficient.)

  4. Interview with the scholarship committee.

  5. Personal written statement setting forth:

    1. Impact athletics had on your education and personal growth.

    2. Extracurricular activities

    3. Class Leadership

    4. Plans to further your education

    5. Any other pertinent information

  6. Statement and evidence of above is due by February 26, 2017. Interviews will be scheduled for the following week.

Historic Grosse Pointe Embracing ‘Way of the Future’

The Grosse Pointe (Michigan) Hockey Association has added two bountiful boosters in recent years. First was USA Hockey’s American Development Model, which helped spur growth throughout the Lady Bulldogs program, and most recently, the new non-profit East Side Hockey Foundation has stepped up to help fortify that growth and expand ADM implementation. Read more....