Top Young Prospects coming to Kingston!
More and more talented prospects are recruited to play in our elite tournaments in Kingston, Ontario. Many smart hockey players have been scouted and invited to participate in our “high-quality-competitive” event. They are coached by relaxed and smart instructors who enjoy teaching the game of hockey to future elite players.
Why do we call these players Prospects! What is a Prospect Player (PP)? Becoming a PP is more than just being about power and size. It is more than being able to skate and control the plays. You must believe in yourself, you must play with confidence and character.
- Being a great PP, you must know how to play when things are going well but more importantly you must know how to play when things are going poorly.
- You must learn how to set goals, reach those goals, play with confidence, improve your focus and so much more.
- Being an PP model for your peers, you must demonstrate leadership on the ice and off the ice. Do I have support from my family, friends, and coaches to become a good and smart PP?
The diagram below include the key characteristics of a Prospect’s profile:
You want to become a prospect player who wants to play sports elite. From time to time, you may want to ask these questions about:
- Why become a Prospect Player?
- What is the amateur scout or college coach looking for in term of hockey skills?
- What are the key attributes of an “Overall Prospect” to look for?
- What type of hockey training program should I undertake during the spring or summer?
- Can I get a good education while playing a good “competitive-level” of hockey?
- What is the role of a coach/parent?
- Others (conditioning, Route to take: College or Junior, etc.)