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NAPHL announces teams for 2010-11 season

April 17, 2010

The North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) has announced the 46 teams from 19 programs accepted for the 2010-11 season.

Eighteen (18) teams will compete at the Midget Major (U18) level; fifteen (15) at Midget Minor (U16); and eight (12) at the Bantam (U14) level.

Midget Major (U18)
Boston Jr. Rangers
California Titans
Detroit Falcons
Indiana Jr. Ice
Lansing Capitals
Milwaukee Jr. Admirals
Motor City Metal Jackets
Omaha AAA
Pikes Peak Miners
Pittsburgh Vipers Stars
San Jose Jr. Sharks
St Louis Selects
Rocky Mountain RoughRiders
Texas Tornado
Thunder National
DC Capitals
Green Bay Jr. Gamblers
Wenatchee Wild

Midget Minor (U16)
California Titans
Detroit Falcons
Indiana Jr. Ice
Lansing Capitals
Motor City Metal Jackets
Omaha AAA
Pikes Peak Miners
Pittsburgh Vipers Stars
San Jose Jr. Sharks
St Louis Selects
Rocky Mountain RoughRiders
Texas Tornado
Thunder National
Nevada Stars

Bantam (U14)
Detroit Falcons
Lansing Capitals
Motor City Metal Jackets
Pikes Peak Miners
San Jose Jr. Sharks
St Louis Selects
Team Rocky Mountain

Teams whose applications were not accepted will have their administration fees returned immediately.

Teams not accepted into to the NAPHL are invited to apply for the North American Hockey League (NAHL) Future Prospects Tournament, which will be held from September 16-19, 2010 at the Schwan Super Rink in Blaine, Minn., in conjunction with the NAHL Showcase Tournament. For more information on the NAHL Future Prospects Tournament and to download the application, visit NAPHL.com.

The NAPHL, which will begin its second season in 2010-11, has already established itself as the premier Midget league in North America. With junior, college and professional scouting presence at all of its events, coupled with a first-class organizational staff, the NAPHL offers unparalleled exposure and opportunity for every participating program.

All USA Hockey-sanctioned NAPHL events - six Midget Major, five Midget Minor and three Bantam - deliver a five-game guarantee with game statistics powered in real time by Pointstreak, which integrates Web streaming and Flash replay.  Pointstreak will design and present to each member club a complete operational website on the NAPHL.com Network.

Video of games will also be broadcast live over the Internet through the league's official Web site, NAPHL.com.  All member clubs will also receive a license for Steva, a computer based, state-of-the-art game video editing program.

The NAHL office, which oversees, operates and manages the NAPHL, guarantees a coach or scout from each of its 24 teams to be in attendance every NAPHL event and uses an exclusive tendering system for NAPHL players only.

The NAHL, which hosts a NAPHL Top Prospects Tournament at its Robertson Cup Championship Tournament, also uses its extensive marketing and media reach to promote the NAPHL, its programs and players through the league's official Web site, NAHL.com, equipment supplier programs and award sponsors.

The NAPHL, which operates as a tournament league, holds league meetings in conjunction with NAHL and USA Hockey meetings and works to support USA Hockey and its mission.  The NAPHL and its members also adhere to all of USA Hockey's standards, including its procedures regarding properly rostered players and programs in good standing.

 
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