Total Package Hockey is proud to congratulate the 13 #TPHTrained players who have been recognized by NHL Central Scouting on the organization’s first ‘players to watch’ list for the upcoming 2019 NHL.

Five of the players are alumni of the TPH Center of Excellence, while eight others took part in the summer Eight Week Progressional Program or competed for teams organized by TPH – either at the OHL Cup or the World Selects Invitational.

“We are incredibly proud of all these players,” said TPH CEO Nathan Bowen. “Being included on the Central Scouting’s first list of the season in your draft year is a great honor – a great first step. Obviously they will all need to continue working hard and training hard, and we’re confident that they will as they continue to chase their hockey dreams.”

Congrats to the following players:

Arthur Kaliyev – Hamilton Bulldogs – OHL – CoE

Andrew Perrott (pictured) – London Knights – OHL – CoE, Eight Week Program

Caleb Everett – Saginaw Spirit – OHL – CoE, Eight Week Program

Mack Guzda – Owen Sound Attack – OHL – CoE

Hunter Skinner – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL – CoE, Eight Week Program

John Beecher – NTDP Under-18 Team – USHL – OHL Cup

Cameron Rowe – NTDP Under-18 Team – USHL – OHL Cup

Nicholas Robertson – Peterborough Petes – OHL – World Select Invite

Tag Bertuzzi – Guelph Storm – OHL – OHL Cup

Grayson Ladd – Windsor Spitfires – OHL – World Select Invite

Nicklas Andrews – Odessa Jackalopes – NAHL – Eight Week Program

Declan Carlile – Lincoln Stars – USHL – Eight Week Program

Egor Afanasyev – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL – OHL Cup

 

ABOUT TPH: Founded in 2001, Total Package Hockey is a hockey service provider with the vision to become the world leader in positively impacting the lives of student-athletes through the game of hockey.  TPH prides itself on operating at a standard that exceeds expectations of players, families, coaches, advisors and all other entities of the hockey world, one choice at a time. Our staff is committed to providing positive, energetic, hands-on instruction and mentorship, in an effort to develop each individual on and off the ice.  If each individual develops as a player, athlete and person, he or she will be better prepared to advance to the highest levels of junior, collegiate and professional hockey, while learning the skills necessary for success in the ultimate game: the game of life.

Total Package Hockey is proud to announce that Center of Excellence student-athlete Dalton Norris has been invited to practice with USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program, and will skate with the Under-18 Team in their game against the Muskegon Lumberjacks Thursday.

Norris, the younger brother of NTDP alum Josh Norris, is currently a defenseman with the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies 18U team. He is the son of Dwayne Norris, TPH Detroit’s director of hockey.

“The TPH team is super excited for Dalton, one of our new student-athletes at the TPH CoE in Bloomfield, Mich.,” said TPH CEO Nathan Bowen. “He’s been working incredibly hard both on and off the ice, and he’s getting a nice reward for it.”

Dalton Norris is working towards becoming the third sibling to play college hockey; Josh is a sophomore forward with the Michigan Wolverines, and Coale is also a sophomore forward with the Ferris State Bulldogs.

He’s not the only CoE student-athlete earning opportunities with the NTDP; Thomas Stift has been practicing with Team USA in Plymouth, as well.

Stift, a native of Chino Hills, Calif., has moved to Michigan to join the CoE and play for Belle Tire 16U.

He has skated with the NTDP numerous times over the last few weeks.

Stay tuned for more…

ABOUT TPH: Founded in 2001, Total Package Hockey is a hockey service provider with the vision to become the world leader in positively impacting the lives of student-athletes through the game of hockey.  TPH prides itself on operating at a standard that exceeds expectations of players, families, coaches, advisors and all other entities of the hockey world, one choice at a time. Our staff is committed to providing positive, energetic, hands-on instruction and mentorship, in an effort to develop each individual on and off the ice.  If each individual develops as a player, athlete and person, he or she will be better prepared to advance to the highest levels of junior, collegiate and professional hockey, while learning the skills necessary for success in the ultimate game: the game of life.

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