Ambassador Bondra in Abu Dhabi


Peter Bondra and a contingent from Monumental Sports embarked on a week-long tour of the United Arab Emirates, with stops in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The purpose, to educate the world about hockey. 

Ambassador Bondra will serve as a coach for the Pavlikovsky Hockey School program at the Zayed Sports Ice Rink in Abu Dhabi on Nov. 13-14 in conjunction with Monumental Sports Global Academies.

“I’m excited to help grow the game in the UAE and use my experience to teach young hockey players in the region,” said Bondra. “The opportunities to host these types of clinics around the globe will promote the growth of hockey and the Capitals brand.”


Pavlikovsky Hockey School is an international ice hockey school designed to assist youth players with improving their hockey skills. The camp features on- and off-ice training under the instruction of NHL players as well as world champions. In addition to Bondra, coaches for the Nov. 13-14 session include Richard Linter, Miroslav Satan and Rasti Pavlikovsky.

Bondra’s entourage, including Jomoke Davis, had a chance to tour some of the sights on Saturday.


During the first day of the camp, Bondra was introduced to a local stick-handler, who is also on the women’s national team.


And to no surprise, the Capitals are truly a world-wide community. #WeAreEveryWhere


By Jon Sorensen

About Jon Sorensen

Jon has been a Caps fan since day one, attending his first game at the Capital Centre in 1974. His interest in the Caps has grown over the decades and included time as a season ticket holder. He has been a journalist covering the team for 10+ years, primarily focusing on analysis, analytics and prospect development.
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