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Niagara University Pre Draft Combine Begins Today

The 2017 Pre Draft Combine series continues today at Niagara University’s Dwyer Arena in beautiful Niagara Falls New York.

Players from across the Eastern United States, and Southern Ontario Canada will descend on the Niagara University Campus for a series of on ice and off ice testing as well as highly competitive games.

“Last weekend we were on one side of the country, this weekend, we are on the other.  Testing, competing and educating in a way that only we can do through our partnership with Zybek.”  Said Joseph Kolodziej CEO of Hockey Holdings Group the parent company of the Pre Draft Combine.

“Our programing, and its continued evolution, is seen as being not only state of the art, but the standard by which all other events should be measured.  As we continue to evolve and grow, we are preparing to launch a centralized database, or clearinghouse for players.  This clearinghouse and database will have every players testing information, scouting reports, and contact information for scouts to access.  No other company will be able to deliver this package of student athlete information to scouts in this manner.”

Along with testing and games, players and parents will participate in educational seminars regarding the junior and NCAA hockey experience.

“One of the most important things players and parents will receive when attending the Pre Draft Combine is an education on the junior and NCAA process.”  Said Neil Liston Vice President of Player Development

“We want people to leave the Combine, informed and empowered to start making better choices concerning their careers.  Hard and honest conversations are had, questions are answered, and individual paths become more defined at the Combine.  For many it is the first time they actually begin to develop a plan for success.”

The Pre Draft Combine series concludes with the main event in Muskegon Michigan in May.  To register and for more information, please visit https://www.predraftcombine.com

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