Total Package Hockey is proud to announce that four TPH Trained athletes have been nominated for the 2018 Hobey Baker Memorial Award which is presented to the top NCAA men’s ice hockey player. TPH alumni Mitch Fossier (Alpharetta, GA), Josh Kestner (Huntsville, AL), Cooper Marody (Brighton, MI) and Tony Calderone (Trenton, MI) are among the 74 student-athletes who have been nominated on behalf of their respective programs to receive this prestigious award.

“We congratulate Mitch, Josh, Cooper and Tony on this wonderful recognition,” Total Package Hockey Director of Player Development Brandon Naurato said. “To have been directly nominated by their respective coaches and programs speaks volumes about the character and abilities of these young men. It is our privilege to be able to say that these four quality athletes are TPH Trained.”

The entire TPH family joins Naurato in congratulating these fine individuals on receiving this recognition. We encourage all of you to cast your vote on behalf of these TPH Trained athletes online at http://www.hobeybaker.com/2018-vfh.

MITCH FOSSIER – MAINE UNIVERSITY
* 96’ thunder alum also participated in Atlanta’s 8-Week Summer Training Program and SE Spring AAA
Prospects Program
* Currently leads the Maine Blackbears in scoring with 21 points in 22 games
* Currently tied for 23rd in conference scoring within Hockey East

JOSH KESTNER – UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA HUNTSVILLE
* 93’ Thunder alum also participated in Huntsville’s 8-Week Summer Training Program, TPH Summer Camps, and SE Spring AAA Prospects Program
* Currently tied for 5th in the nation
with 16 goals
* Currently leads the WCHA in goal scoring (14) and tied for 6th in scoring with 19 points

COOPER MARODY – UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
* 96’ TPH Detroit alum who participated in the 8 Week Progression Program
* Currently in his junior season at the University of Michigan where he has tallied 9 goals, 22 assists and a team best 31 points through 22 games
* 2nd in overall points for the entire Big 10 conference
* Selected by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 6th round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

TONY CALDERONE – UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
* 94’ TPH Detroit alum who participated in the 8 Week Progression Program.
* Currently in his senior season at the University of Michigan where he leads his team with 15 goals and is second to fellow TPH Detroit alum Cooper Marody in overall points with 27.
* Tied for first in the Big 10 conference in goals.
* Captain of the 2017-2018 Wolverines.

COE, 8-WEEK PROGRAM, THUNDER, AND MHA ALUMNI RANKED BY NHL SCOUTS

Total Package Hockey is proud to announce that 11 TPH trained players appeared on the NHL Central Scouting’s mid-term rankings for the upcoming 2018 NHL Draft that was released yesterday.

With its mid-term rankings, NHL Central Scouting offers a numerical ranking system for all North-American skaters and goaltenders, as well as European skaters and goaltenders.

“It’s awesome to see these players be recognized by the official scouting service of the NHL,” said TPH managing partner Nathan Bowen. “They’ve earned this ranking based off everything they do at the rink and away from the ice in their quest to be elite hockey players and even better men and citizens.”

“We’re incredibly proud of these players,” said TPH Director of Player Development Brandon Naurato. “Having worked with almost all of them personally, I can attest to their work ethic, their drive and their determination – they’ve reached this point because they’re willing to put in the work, and they also know that they must maintain that level moving forward.”

Two year TPH CoE – Detroit alumni Blade Jenkins is currently rated No. 24 overall in NHL Central Scouting mid-term rankings.

Six of the players on the Central Scouting list are alumni of the TPH Center of Excellence in Detroit, seven of the players have taken part in the TPH 8-week offseason training program, two of the players are TPH Thunder AAA Hockey Club alumni, and one is a product of the Michigan Hockey Advancement high school hockey fall program.

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Skaters

No. 22 – Bode Wilde – TPH CoE (Detroit) – USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

No. 24 – Blade Jenkins – TPH CoE and 8-week program (Detroit) – Saginaw Spirit

No. 43 – Alec Regula – MHA and 8-week training program (Detroit) – London Knights

No. 48 – Jonathan Gruden – 8-week training program (Detroit) – USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

No. 86 – Caleb Everett – TPH CoE and 8-week program (Detroit) – Saginaw Spirit

No. 98 – Paul Cotter – 8 week program (Detroit) – Lincoln Stars

No. 137 – Renas Krastenbergs- TPH Thunder AAA Hockey Club alum – Oshawa Generals

No. 148 – Cole Krygier – TPH CoE and 8-week training program (Detroit) – Lincoln Stars

No. 159 – Christian Krygier – TPH CoE and 8-week training program (Detroit) – Lincoln Stars

No. 191 – Ben Schultheis- TPH Thunder AAA Hockey Club alum – Minnesota Magicians

Goaltenders

No. 28 – Drew DeRidder – TPH CoE and 8-week training program (Detroit) – USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program