Hockey Talent Management has immediate openings in multiple cities for Tier II junior hockey players. Some teams are allowed to play players who are as old as U-23 depending on league rules.
If your Tier II dreams are not becoming a reality in the United States or Canada, Europe is an option that can help you get to NCAA or professional hockey.
More and more players from North America are now heading to Europe where the junior hockey season is in full swing. The regular season opens in two weeks in most countries.
IF you haven’t made a Tier II roster in North America yet, there are only a few questions you need to ask yourself.
Am I sure I can play hockey at Tier II this year?
Am I sure I can play in the league I want this year?
Is waiting for a “call up” worth the risk of potentially not playing Tier II at all this season?
If you can answer “NO” to any one of these questions, then it is time to explore your options.
There is opportunity in Europe for all positions at all levels. Why would anyone risk their season, when all you have to do is go to Europe?
Yes. If you are from the United States you can get to Europe. With proper documentation you can be on your way in a matter of a few days and be playing games this weekend.
Yes. Canadian players can go to Europe without issue at this time.
If you want an opportunity to play, do not waste another day. If you are waiting for the Canada border to open I hope you are not holding your breath because it isn’t going to happen.
If you are located or committed to a team in a State that has rising COVID numbers and is at risk of shutting down, what are you doing? Why are you waiting?
If you are continuing to believe the “don’t worry it will be ok” line being spewed by some coaches, I urge you to begin looking for the truth. The truth is, its going to get worse in North America before it gets better.
Its time to take control of your season before the season has passed you by.
Joseph Kolodziej – Adviser