About the Elite Exposure Combine
The Elite Exposure Combine Camp, teams up with some of the best coaches in the NHL, Prep School and Junior A levels. The third annual "Elite Combine Camp" will be held Tuesday - Thursday, July 21-23, 2020 at the state of the art facility, Northford Ice Pavilion in Northford, Connecticut.
This camp will provide high quality players the opportunity to learn from professional coaches in one setting and train like a pro! Unlike traditional skills and camps, the staff will take a hands on approach to teach and develop each player while preparing for the season!
Please note, this camp will sell out.
- Over 10 hours of detailed instruction by Professional Coaches
- 6 On-ice team training sessions
- Intensive Strength Training sessions with Mike Bouchard (MB Sports Training)
- 3 Seminars - Mental health Training, Tactics & Player Advancement
- Apparel & Jerseys
2019 -2020 ON-ICE INSTRUCTORS:
- Dartmouth College (NCAA/D1)
- Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
- Vegas Golden Knights (NHL)
- Yale University (NCAA/D1)
- UMass - Amherst (NCAA/D1)
- Quinnipiac University (NCAA/D1)
- Wesleyan University (NCAA/D3)
- Scouts from (NAHL, USHL, SJHL, NCDC & more)
- Westminster Prep School
- Salisbury Prep School
- College Hockey Inc.
- More to be announced..!
CAMP WILL HAVE 3 DIVISIONS:
- Group 1: Junior Division (2002-2004's)
- Group 2: Prospects Division (2005 - 2006)
- Group 3: Futures Division (2007-2008)
A detailed itinerary will be emailed upon player registration. Camp will begin at 9:00am and be finished by 4:00pm each day (Details to follow)
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Palden5@gmail.com
Travel Arrangements: Good to go
Players are responsible for their own travel arrangements including "to and from" each day of the Combine.
Players needing hotel accommodations are required to stay at a EHA Combine partner hotel property.
- Non-EHA Player: $375/player
- EHA Player: $275 / player
- Players will receive an Combine jersey, hockey socks and EHA gift
- Refunds will not be processed after July 10th
HOW DO I GET NOTICED BY A COLLEGE COACH?
To get the most out of your Combine experience, you'll need to put in a little effort before the combine, and a lot of effort during the event.
- REGISTER EARLY: Register early so your name appears on a list of potential players. College coaches begin reviewing the list long before the event, so it's in your best interest to sign up early. Make sure you complete ALL the registration questions as the information will be used to create a player list for college coaches.
- INVITE COACHES TO SEE YOU PLAY: A week before the event we will send you the coaches RSVP list. You should email the coaches at programs where you want to play and let them know you will be there. Just say "Dear Coach: I'm Jane Smith, a 5'10 OH/DS from (NAME YOUR CLUB) hockey and I'd like to invite you to come watch me play at the Exposure Combine.
- ARRIVE EARLY: Arrive early, get checked in and be ready to play at the start of the event.
- BE CONFIDENT! Don't be nervous. Coaches don't expect you to be perfect. They are watching your form, your movement, body language, your attitude on the ice, your sportsmanship, your demeanor when you leave the ice, how hard you work, whether you compete for every 50/50 puck. These are all things you can control, so focus on them. Have fun, be a great teammate, go after every puck -- and you will make a good impression.