2017 NAHL Future Prospects Combines get underway
March 31, 2017
The first North American Hockey League (NAHL) Future Prospects Combines (FPC) of the 2017 season officially gets underway this weekend in Romeoville, Illinois.
The 2017 set of Combines include five different destinations, which include: Illinois, New Jersey, Massachusetts, California and Minnesota.
Entering its fourth year in 2017, the FPC will accept applications from all players with birth years from 2001-2004.
The intent and goal of all North American Future Prospects Combine events is to provide the aspiring hockey player an opportunity to take part in a one-of-a-kind learning experience. Each Future Prospects Combine is designed to maximize exposure, education and experience at grand-scale events.
Friday, March 31st – Sunday, April 2nd in Romeoville, IL (in conjunction with the NA3HL Silver Cup)
Friday, April 21st – Sunday, April 23rd in Middletown, NJ
Friday, April 28th – Sunday, April 30th in Attleboro, MA
Friday, May 5th – Sunday, May 7th in Simi Valley, CA
Friday, May 12th – Sunday, May 14th in Duluth, MN (in conjunction with the NAHL Robertson Cup)
The selection process for the remaining combine is already underway. For those players not selected at that time, they will be placed on a waiting list. Full refunds will be issued to any registrant that is not selected shortly after the end of each event.
Operated by the NAHL professional staff and coaches, each Future Prospects Combine is designed to provide a glimpse into a true "NAHL EXPERIENCE". The objective of an "NAHL Experience" is to provide exposure, education and an experience for prospects that strive to advance their hockey development at the junior hockey and college level. Learn more at http://nahlfp.com