Total Package Hockey is excited to announce, with the support of 75 donations, we achieved our goal of $10,000 to Shield Our Communities. In surpassing our goal, Maynard’s will be providing their promised match of $2,000 and the bonus of $5000. Combined we reached a total of $12,570 which will be utilize to produce and ship face shields from Sparx Hockey. The order has been placed and Sparx Hockey will completing production of over 1,000 masks to be evenly distributed and shipped to the following locations:

  • Atlanta | Emory University Department of Public Safety
  • Colorado | Elizabeth Fire Station 271
  • Detroit | Dearborn Heights Police Department
  • Grand Rapids | Emergency Care Specialists and Life EMS
  • Huntsville | Huntsville Hospital System
  • Indianapolis | Eskenzie Health of Indianapolis
  • Nashville | Metro Nashville Office of Emergency Management

We would like to thank Sparx for this partnership and Maynard’s for their generous match. Most of all we would like to that those who shared this campaign and donated to help support front line workers in our local communities. Thank you to the following donors:

Tom Winkler

Tony Diganci

Jeffrey Peterson

Jordan Pietrus

Sergio Gasperoni

Aaron Stewardson

R Scott Jentz

Tph Nationwide Family

Sheldon Wolitski

Mario Mazzuca

Taso Sofikitis

Chris And Mandy Lipsett

Karen Pease

Seven Cooper

Sunsea W.

Martin Kubaliak

Tr Mason

Indy Center Of Excellence

Alan Loewenstein

Mike Suzuki

Francis Kearney

Emily Bourgeois

Jeff Miller

John Coots

Judi Kremer

Steven Mattes

Thomas Elsensohn

Tara Shaikh

Mike Mcintosh

Candice Neisen

Dominic Vincent

Randy B

Jay Henry

Scott Truchan

Nichelle Simon

Adam House

Tom Stenglein

Devin Timberlake

Scott Van Der Linden

Tamme Mellenthin

Finn Kilbride

Heather Lambert

Henry Wineman

Michael O’neil

Sheina Dixon

Larena Burnett

Cassie Ramsay

Cameron Shaw

L’kita Smith

Dyron Givens

Emily Keller

Kristin Nabozny

Nicole Koring

Tiernan Keith Grandmother

Anthony Golio

Jared Bussard

Jordan Pietrus

Rich Mackanos

Denise Schmidt

Tiernan Keith

Phyllis Long

Annie Malafa

Audrey Forman

Dean Gartelos

Michael Mcever Family

Max Lacroix

Taylor Keyworth

Jamie Lynn Frank

Leah S

Paul Evans

Hanna Hill

Mac And Bailey Bowen

Tiffany Silverberg

We are excited to say that we are over a quarter of the way to our Shield Our Communities goal. With the support of our many donations as well as the match from Maynards we have a current total of $2,643.

 

Our lofty goal of $10,000 dollars would supply 1,500 face shields, provided by Sparx, to front line workers in our local communities and we are not there yet. There is still time to donate. We recognize the importance of distributing these shield in a timely manner and we will be closing donations on Friday May 15th at 11:59 p.m. EST.


Help us send shields, distributed evenly, to the following local organizations:

  • Atlanta | Emory University Department of Public Safety
  • Colorado | Elizabeth Fire Station 271
  • Detroit | Dearborn Heights Police Department
  • Grand Rapids | Emergency Care Specialists and Life EMS
  • Huntsville | Huntsville Hospital System
  • Indianapolis | Eskenzie Health of Indianapolis
  • Nashville | Metro Nashville Office of Emergency Management

Total Package Hockey is proud to announce the release of the TPH Training app powered by MaxOne. The TPH Training app will offer free access to our Virtual Hockey Development content through May 31st. This app will support all your training needs on-demand. We are excited to provide a better training experience for our student-athletes, families, and hockey players.

 

The TPH Training app will house all of our growing Virtual Hockey Development content on-demand which consists libraries that house all our Skill Development, Strength & Conditioning, and Education Materials. Assigned workouts will be available for student-athletes log their workout. The app includes a leader board which allows Student-athletes to compete with others across the nation!

 

The TPH Training app is now available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

 

After downloading, create a profile using the code “tphathlete” to start. Parents of registered athletes will receive an email which will provide access to connect to their student-athlete’s account. Parents will be able to download the app and connect to their student-athlete’s account to see the workouts and progress. No more logging into Facebook!

 

TPH wants to help our student-athletes develop and grow on the ice, in the classroom, and the ultimate game… the game of life! The TPH Training app is now free through the end of May, with plans on launching a more in depth and exclusive paid experience. Stay tuned for those details, it’s not something you’re going to want to miss out on.

Every draft we always look back over the selections and break down the data. The goal is to understand who the teams and their scouts believe are ready for the next level. The data helps understand how to best prepare our TPH student-athletes. Below is some of the details from our staff’s analysis.

 

Birth Year Distribution

As you can see from the distribution, 141 (61.1%) of those selected were 2001 and 2002 birth years.

Association Level Distribution

 

Junior League Distribution

 

Youth League Distribution

This year, 76.5% of the draft pick were selected from a team associated in a league rather than an independent.

TPH and the Center of Excellence offer a selective environment for the aspiring elite athlete.  Part of the selective environment is mentoring our athletes to become better versions of themselves. A big piece of this growth includes serving the communities!

 

We are launching the Shield Our Communities fundraiser. TPH students across the country will be raising money to purchase medical face shields made by our good friends at Sparx Hockey.  The goal is to provide these shields to organizations in need in each local community.  Students will have the opportunity to safely deliver the shields to the selected local organizations.  Organizations like Police Departments, Fire Departments, Nursing Homes or the like.

 

TPH is proud to partner with Sparx, a company who has repurposed their facilities to make these shields for first responders and essential workers across the country!  Please help us achieve our goal and make a difference in the communities we call home! Together we can make a difference, in our communities and across the nation!

 

Our targeted goal would allow us to distribute over 1,000 face shields, distributed evenly, to the following local organizations:

  • Atlanta | Emory University Department of Public Safety
  • Colorado | Elizabeth Fire Station 271
  • Detroit | Dearborn Heights Police Department
  • Grand Rapids  | Spectrum Health
  • Huntsville | Huntsville Hospital System
  • Indianapolis | Eskenzie Health of Indianapolis
  • Nashville | Metro Nashville Office of Emergency Management

To make a donation click here. We’ve got this!

The United States Hockey League (USHL) Draft concluded Phase II yesterday, ending the selection process for this year’s draft. Phase II of the drafted amassed 282 players selected to the 16 USHL clubs (excludes US NTDP Team), adding to the 142 futures (2004 birth years) selected in Phase I, totaling out at 424 total players.

Total Package Hockey is proud to announce that 21 players who were selected over the course of the past two days are alumni of a TPH program. The breakdown of these players by program (some overlap multiple programs):

The distribution based on TPH Division is as follows:

We want to express our congrats to all of the athletes that were selected in the Draft over the past two days. TPH would like to thank the 21 drafted student-athletes for allowing us the opportunity to be a part of their development in hockey and life. Below is our #TPHTrained student-athletes that were selected in Phase II:

View players selected in USHL Draft Phase I.


Tanner Latsch – WSI Prospects Team

Round 1 – 4th Overall – Des Moines Buccaneers

 


Davis Pennington – TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 1 – 11th Overall – Muskegon Lumberjacks

 


Patrick Johnson – WSI Prospects Team

Round 3 – 34th Overall – Cedar Rapids Roughriders

 


Hunter Longhi – WSI Prospects Team

Round 7 – 93rd Overall – Madison Capitols

 


Owen Millward – TPH Center of Excellence – Grand Rapids

Round 7 – 97th Overall – Tri-City Storm

 


Owen Bartoszkiewicz – TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 7 – 104th Overall – Youngstown Phantoms

 


Daniel Nakhamiyev – TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 12 – 168th Overall – Madison Capitols

 


Jacob Badal – 8 Week Progression Program – Detroit

Round 13 – 183rd Overall – Madison Capitols

 


Owen Carlile– TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 13 – 187th Overall – Muskegon Lumberjacks

 


Owen West – TPH Center of Excellence Alum – Indianapolis & Tri-State Spartans Alum

Round 14 – 208th Overall – Omaha Lancers

 


PJ Forgione – TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 15 – 224th Overall – Fargo Force

 


Dominik Bartecko – TPH Center of Excellence – Nashville & Nashville Jr Predators

Round 15 – 221st Overall – Green Bay Gamblers

 


Braden Rourke – TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Round 16 – 231st Overall – Des Moines Buccaneers

 


Andrew Garby – Plymouth HS – Michigan Hockey Advancement

Round 18 – 260th Overall – Cedar Rapids Roughriders

 


Charles Larsen – TPH Center of Excellence – Colorado

Round 19 – 284th Overall – Fargo Force

 


Jacob Thomas – Detroit Country Day HS – Michigan Hockey Advancement

Round 21 – 309th Overall – Sioux Falls Stampede

 


Landry Schmuck – TPH Center of Excellence – Nashville & Nashville Jr Predators

Round 22 – 324th Overall – Sioux Falls Stampede

 

Yesterday the North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced the rosters that will represent each team at the 2020 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament. Ten #TPHTrained alumni made these rosters and will compete in this event next month at the New England Sports Village in Attleboro, Massachusetts. Below is our alumni by roster:

Central

Jed Pietila /// Michigan Hockey Advancement

East

Cannon Green /// 8 Week Program, Detroit CoE

South

Matt Hutton /// Nashville Jr Predators

Ryan Dickinson /// 8 Week Program, Detroit CoE, OHL Cup

Richie Parent /// Tri-State Spartans, Indy CoE

Nick Trela /// 8 Week Program

Selects Blue

Carson Riddle /// Detroit CoE, OHL Cup, World Selects Invite

Selects Blue

Tiernan Shoudy /// 8 Week Program

Selects Red

Samuel Brennan /// 8 Week Program, World Selects Invite

Grant Hindman /// 8 Week Program


About NAHL Top Prospects

The NAHL Top Prospects Tournament is one of the most highly-scouted events in junior hockey.  Last season, over 220 scouts attended the event, which featured almost every NHL team and NCAA Division I school. It continues to be an important part of the NAHL event model, which includes the NAHL Showcase in September and the NAHL Robertson Cup National Championship in May.
The number of players each NAHL team is sending to the tournament, in which teams from the four NAHL divisions: Central, East, Midwest and South and two NAHL Selects teams, was based on each team’s winning percentage within their group as of January 21, 2020. Each team is comprised of 18 players (10 forwards, 6 defensemen, 2 goalies).
One of the things the NAHL does better than any other junior league is seeing their players earn an NCAA opportunity while playing and being showcased in the NAHL. To date, 175 players have already made an NCAA commitment during the 2019-20 season. The NAHL Top Prospects Tournament plays a big role in that success, with over half of the players who played in last year’s Top Prospects Tournament, earning an NCAA opportunity following their participation in the event. The event continues to provide the hundreds of NHL and NCAA scouts in attendance with a look at the best, uncommitted players the NAHL has to offer, as well as, some potential NHL Draft picks.

2020 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament Schedule (all times eastern)

Monday, February 17th 
12:00pm: South vs. NAHL Selects Red
2:30pm: Midwest vs. East
5:00pm: Central vs. NAHL Selects Blue
Tuesday, February 18th 
10:00am: NAHL Selects Red vs. Midwest
12:30pm: East vs. NAHL Selects Blue
3:00pm: South vs. Central