NAHL announces Prospects Challenge
The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced a new event, the NAHL Prospects Challenge, which will take place from May 28-30, 2021, at the NSC Super Rink in Blaine, Minnesota.
The NAHL Prospects Challenge is an extension of the NAPHL Fall League, in which 18U and 16U teams, will be put together and represented by NAHL teams. The NAHL Prospects Challenge was strategically designed to take place during an extended holiday weekend under one roof, which will allow more NAHL teams to participate and attract prospects from a greater geographical area.
“Over the years the NAHL has created more opportunities for players to play, develop, and be exposed to upward movement. The Prospects Challenge is another great example of fulfilling that mission. It is another one of our great events designed to maximize exposure,” said NAHL Commissioner and President Mark Frankenfeld.
The event is designed to maximize exposure for the players and bring together teams for likeminded and enhanced competition. Each NAHL member club will be eligible to enter one 18U team and one 16U team in the event.
Teams will play a three-game round robin with top teams advancing and remaining teams playing a consolation game on Sunday. Games will be played with three, 20-minute run time periods.
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