The 2019 calendar year ended and the 2020’s began with the Bauer Music City Invitational for the 53 teams who traveled to Nashville to compete. After 126 games, totaling 10,650 minutes of ice time, 9 teams came out champions. Below are the division winners for the 2020 Bauer Music City Invitational.

Below are some of our favorite images from the weekend.

On September 1st the United States Hockey League (USHL) and its Member Clubs announced Sunday the 30-man protected and affiliate lists for the 2019-20 season. We are proud of our 47 #TPHTrained players that have secured a spot on one of these rosters. We will be cheering on the following players as they work hard over the next few weeks to secure their spot on the 30-man protected list:

 

Cedar Rapids

Max Sasson – Detroit CoE/8-Week Summer

Nate Hanley – WSI

 

Chicago

Jacob Badal – Detroit 8-Week Program

Josh Doan – WSI

Mathieu De St. Phalle – Detroit CoE

 

Des Moines

Cameron Rowe – OHL Cup

Christian Stoever – Detroit CoE/8-Week Summer

Michael Mancinelli – Detroit CoE/8-Week Summer

Nick Andrews – 8-Week Summer

Tiernan Shoudy – 8-Week Summer

 

Dubuque

Luke Robinson – Nashville Jr Preds/8-Week Program

Riley Rosenthal – OHL Cup

Ben Schultheis – 8-Week Summer/Nashville Jr. Predators

Hunter Longhi – WSI

Ryan Beck – Detroit CoE/8 Week Program

Thomas Middleton – 8-Week Summer

 

Fargo

Zach Faremouth – Detroit CoE/8-Week Program

 

Green Bay

Camden Thiesing – Nashville Jr Predators/8 Week Program

Dylan Moulton – Nashville Jr. Predators /Nashville CoE/OHL Cup

Dylan Wendt – Detroit CoE/OHL Cup/WSI

Xan Gurney – Detroit CoE

 

Lincoln

Dalton Norris – Detroit CoE/8 Week Program

 

Madison

Cole Kodsi – Nashville Jr Predators /8 Week Program

Davis Pennington – Detroit CoE/8 Week Summer/OHL Cup

Stephen Davis – Nashville Jr Predators /8 Week Program

 

Muskegon

Tanner Kelly – Detroit CoE

Bennett Barnes – 8-Week Summer

Kienan Draper – 8-Week Summer

Nick Donofrio – OHL Cup

Ryan Humphrey – Detroit CoE/8-Week Summer/OHL Cup

Ryan Mcinchak – 8-Week Summer

Ryan Sorkin – OHL Cup

Sutter Muzzati – OHL Cup

 

Omaha

Hunter Carrick – OHL Cup

Kyle Kawamura – Nashville Jr. Predators

 

Sioux City

Sam Antenucci – 8-Week Summer

 

Sioux Falls

Joe Blackley – OHL Cup

Ryan Sullivan – 8 Week Program

Victor Mancini – 8-Week Summer

 

Tri-City

Luke Buss – Detroit CoE

Mitchell Miller – Detroit CoE/WSI

Mathew Knies – WSI

Nick Sofikitis – Detroit CoE/8 Week Summer/WSI

 

Waterloo

Ethan Szmagaj –  8-Week Summer

Logan Stein – Nashville Jr. Predators

 

Youngstown

Josh Deluca – 8-Week Summer

John Larkin – 8-Week Summer

This past weekend the United States Hockey League (USHL) and its Member Clubs announced Sunday the 30-man protected and affiliate lists for the 2019-20 season. These lists featured 16 players TPH Center of Excellence student-athletes/alumni.

Dubuque Fighting Saints Ryan Beck DUBUQUE FIGHTING SAINTS

Ryan Beck | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Tri-City Storm Luke Buss TRI-CITY STORM

Luke Buss | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Nick Sofikitis | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Mitchell Miller | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Chicago Steel Mathieu De St. Phalle CHICAGO STEEL

Mathieu De St. Phalle | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Fargo Force Zach Faremouth FARGO FORCE

Zach Faremouth | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Green Bay Gamblers Xan Gurney GREEN BAY GAMBLERS

Xan Gurney | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Dylan Moulton | TPH Center of Excellence – Nashville

Dylan Wendt | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Muskegon Lumberjacks Ryan Humphrey MUSKEGON LUMBERJACKS

Ryan Humphrey | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Tanner Kelly | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Lincoln Stars Dalton NorrisLINCOLN STARS

Dalton Norris | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Madison Capitols Davis Pennington MADISON CAPITOLS

Davis Pennington | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Cedar Rapids Rough Riders Max Sasson CEDAR RAPIDS ROUGH RIDERS

Max Sasson | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Des Moines Buccaneers Christian Stoever DES MOINES BUCCANEERS

Christian Stoever | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Michael Mancinelli | TPH Center of Excellence – Detroit

Last weekend was the 7th annual North American Hockey League (NAHL) Showcase at the Super Rink in Blaine, Minnesota. All 26 NAHL teams were present and we are excited to see 17 of our Nashville Jr. Predators alumni competing in the showcase. Below is the alumni who competed in the showcase:

ABOUT THE NAHL SHOWCASE

During the 2018-19 season, a record total of 351 NAHL players made NCAA commitments, with 232 (66%) of those being NCAA Division I commitments. The NAHL Showcase plays a big role in that success, with dozens of players each season earning an NCAA Division I opportunity during and following their participation in the event.

“The NAHL Showcase is the Greatest Show on Ice and truly representative of why the NAHL is the League of Opportunity. Our mission each season is to continue to set the bar higher and higher and the 2019 NAHL Showcase will be no different. There is simply no other event like this that brings together the number of scouts that we see during the five days and we look forward to seeing a new crop of players and talent showcase their skills,” said NAHL Commissioner and President Mark Frankenfeld.

The NAHL Showcase attracts over 9,000 people in overall attendance, including more than 350 professional, college and junior scouts. For scouting purposes, the NAHL Showcase is the premier event of its kind and is a yearly gathering for every NCAA program and NHL team as they get their first look at some of the best and brightest hockey talent North America has to offer. For more information on the NAHL Showcase including schedule, ticket prices, hotels, rental cars and arena information, visit nahl.com/showcase

Total Package Hockey is excited to announce the addition of Olivia Barnett to the TPH Nashville team. Barnett, native of Erie, Penn., will be the new Program Administrator for the Nashville branch.

Barnett graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, with a Sports, Arts, and Entertainment Management degree. Barnett has spent time working with the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League (PIHL) in Event Operations and Marketing during in-season events and the PA State Championships during the spring of 2018.

Over the past year and a half, Barnett spent time as an Administrative Assistant in Pittsburgh for CMMI Institute, a global leader in enabling organizations to elevate and benchmark performances across critical business practices.

Please join us in welcoming Olivia to the TPH Family!