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Central Scouting Services Concludes Two European Combine Testing Events

From the youngest to the oldest, education and proper training are becoming staples in the central Europe hockey community.

Players aged ten through nineteen from eight different countries in Central Europe were exposed for the first time to Central Scouting Services Combine Testing.

“It is never too early to begin testing and education with young players.”  Said Tomasz Baldys executive with Comarch Cracovia Hockey “Offering concussion testing for all of our players, as well as the on ice testing to develop their athletic ability is something that simply has to be done with todays athletes.”

Central Scouting Services, with offices in North America and Europe, is testing, educating and training players around the world at every level.

“Some players will never make the NHL.  This is simply a matter of life.  So, for them to reach the highest level they are capable to reaching through proper training, nutrition and education, we are creating athletes with realistic expectations.”  Said Przemek Pakosz of Central Scouting Services Europe  “Creating educated athletes, is creating better athletes.”

“We are trying to offer all Carpathian League players, the best training and technology available today.”  Said Peter Klocanka with the Carpathian Junior Hockey League “Central Scouting Services offers the best technology and information services available.”

The modern athlete needs modern training and technology.  Todays athlete understands these technologies rapidly and adapts to them quickly.  This technology is the way of the future, those not using it will be left behind.

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