NA3HL Top Prospects less than a week away
February 18, 2015
The 2015 North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) Top Prospects Tournament, presented by Easton, is less than a week away and will be held from February 23-24, 2015 at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 120 total players from the NA3HL will be spread amongst six teams, who will play in two games each during the event. The event will feature teams that represent the five divisions in the NA3HL: Central, East, Frontier, South and West along with an NA3HL 18U Selects team.
SCOUT PASSES ON SALE: Scout passes will be available for $50 for the entire event or $30 a day and are on sale now. The packet includes a pass for entrance into the Ann Arbor Ice Cube for all two days of the event, all NAHL/NA3HL/NAPHL games, access to the scout room, which will include food and beverage throughout the event, a tournament program, line charts for each game and all pertinent team and player information. Scout passes can be purchased online HERE, or contact Shannon Smith in the NAHL office at 972-464-1382 or by email.
For more information on the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament, including rosters, schedule, ticket information, hotels, arena info, please visit na3hl.com/tpt/
2015 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament Schedule (all times eastern)
Monday, February 23rd: West vs. South, 9am; NA3HL 18U Selects vs. Frontier, 12pm; Central vs. East, 3pm
Tuesday, February 24th: NA3HL 18U Selects vs. South, 11:30am; Central vs. West, 2:30pm; Frontier vs. East, 5:30pm
The NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament is played in conjunction with the North American Hockey League's (NAHL) Top Prospects Tournament, along with the North American Prospects Hockey League's (NAPHL) Top Prospects Tournament. The event has quickly become one of the most highly-scouted events of its kind, with hundreds of junior, NCAA and NHL expected in attendance this season. Combined with the NAHL and NAPHL Top Prospects Tournaments, it will make for an exciting week of hockey and provides a great opportunity for every scout and coach to get a close look the talent in the three leagues.