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NAHL Future Prospects Tournament in October almost full

May 17, 2017
The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that the 18U and 16U Divisions for the first of two Future Prospects Tournaments in Blaine, Minnesota for 2017-18, are full. There are limited 14U spots available.
 
The 2017-18 season includes two different Future Prospects Tournaments, with each event showcasing Tier I teams in 18U, 16U, 14U and 13U levels from across the country. 
 
"The North American Hockey League Future Prospects Tournaments (FPT) have really evolved since our first event in October of 2015,” said NAPHL Director Tony Zasowski.  “Each FPT provides teams with exposure and access to the NAHL and our family of leagues.  By combining each FPT with North American Prospect Hockey League events in 2017, we are creating a high-energy, and scout-friendly hockey environment.”
 
In 2017, there will be two tournaments held; one in October, and one in December. Both FPT’s for the coming year will take place in Blaine, Minnesota at the Schwan Super Rink.
 
2017-18 Dates:
Friday, October 20th – Monday, October 23rd (18U and 16U Full, limited 14U spots)
Friday, December 1st – Monday, December 4th
 
Registration for both dates in the 18U, 16U, 14U and 13U divisions is now open.
 
Click here for team registration
 
The intent and goal of all North American Future Prospects events is to provide the aspiring hockey player an opportunity to take part in a one-of-a-kind learning experience. Each Future Prospects Tournament is designed to maximize exposure, education and experience at grand-scale events by providing a glimpse into a true "NAHL EXPERIENCE". Learn more at http://nahlfp.com/
 
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