20 in 20: Brooklyn Knighthawks

Jun 19, 2021 | Craig Peterson

The Brooklyn Knighthawks hockey team huddle around their coach on the bench between periods.

A closer look at each of the 20 teams participating at the 2021 World Selects Trophy.

The ‘20 in 20’ series takes a deep dive into each of the 20 teams competing at the historic World Selects Trophy in Nashville, Tennessee on June 28th. This 15U tournament is set to feature the best players in the age group from around the world with players from the U.S., Canada and Europe. Today, we take a closer look at Brooklyn Knighthawks.


Originally created to provide a quality spring selects program for youth hockey players in and around Brooklyn, New York. The Brooklyn Knighthawks provide an intense atmosphere for top talent to develop by competing in top local, national and international AAA events. The Knighthawks build from the 8-and-under age group to the 16-and-under age group, and programming includes weekly practices, tournaments, uniforms and more. 

The 2021 World Selects team include players from the Philadelphia Revolution and Philadelphia Little Flyers, as well as the New Jersey Rockets, Woodbridge Wolfpack and Mid-Fairfield Jr. Rangers

Fueled by a strong, professional, non-parent administration and coaching staff, the Brooklyn Knighthawks thrive in a family-oriented atmosphere supported by state-of-the-art facilities. This month’s tournament will be the first time the Knighthawks’ program has competed in a World Selects event. 

WHH is providing exclusive coverage of the 2021 World Selects Trophy. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube for the latest news regarding the international tournament later this month.




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