Aged Out Of Junior? NCAA Red Shirt? Or Just Looking To Play Professional In Europe?

If you are a 2000 or 1999 birth year player and think you have run out of options, Hockey Talent Management has options available for you.

Thirty four players placed in European U-23 and Professional leagues last season alone shows that there are options available that you may not be aware of.

Did you know you can play “junior” hockey in some countries in Europe until you are 23? Maintaining your amateur status while playing against some of Europe’s best competition is completely possible.

Has your NCAA program “red shirted” you, been “de-committed”, or has your NCAA program folded? You can still play in Europe as an amateur while waiting for your next NCAA opportunity.

Do you want to play professionally in Europe? Not able to get enrolled in NCAA programs because of grades but want to keep playing? Looking to attract the attention of pro scouts?

Or do you simply want to make a change because the opportunity in North America to play junior is not getting you where you want to go?

If you answer “yes” to any of those questions, Hockey Talent Management can change the direction of your career and give you an opportunity to take advantage of the positions available in Europe.

If you continue to do what you have always done and you expect different results, you are setting yourself up for failure. If you are ready to make a change, and change the direction of your career, bold choices have to be made.

When you are ready to experience success, I have a placement for you.

Joseph Kolodziej – Adviser