May 2016 – Michigan- A four day course for new advisers and new franchise owners. For details email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pre Draft Combine
MAY 2016 MICHIGAN
Each player will participate in a minimum of five games, and dry land testing. Cost includes Ice Time, Jersey, registration on the player profiles with The Junior Hockey News, and The Pre Draft Combine along with information on playing Junior and NCAA hockey. Players that attend our Camp and Clinics will be given the opportunity to play high caliber hockey in front of scouts from various leagues such as the following:
NHL, NCAA, OHL, WHL, QMJHL, USHL, NAHL, NOJHL, OJHL, CCHL, BCHL, USPHL, and others.
Symposiums will be conducted off ice regarding NCAA eligibility, Major Junior, Prep Schools, the USHL and other junior programs. Educational classes on Nutrition, fitness, and concussions will also be provided to players and parents. All Players must pre register, there will be no registration at the door. This camp is limited. Teams will be made up of 14 skaters (5 defense, 9 forward) and three goaltenders. This will ensure quality ice time for every player.
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Investment: $400.00 per player – Compare to similar camps that charge $500.00 to $700.00
One price includes ice times, testing and symposiums. You will gain exposure and information to a variety of leagues. You will be playing with and against the top el players from North America and Europe. Players will find games at this showcase less stressful and more fun. Parents and players will be able to obtain information on Major Junior, Junior A and College Hockey.
Why attend symposiums?
A symposium will enable a player and parents to obtain information from reliable Sources. You will be able to ask questions, which may assist you in the decision making process. The Hockey Family will have the opportunity to meet with the scouts. These symposiums are a great place to network with people that can really help your hockey career.
It is critical to remember that College Scouts cannot approach players until the players enter their Senior year of High School. A player and his parent can h approach College Scouts and Recruiters at anytime. This is the perfect opportunity to take your game to those scouts and reach out to them. This may be why College Recruiters up to this point have not contacted you at this point in your career.