Wait. We were supposed to get a call? ****, looks like another year of tier 2 U16.
I count 11 teams....are they adding 2 more? And what is this, the free section of the USPHL?
Islanders Hockey Club
Connecticut Junior Rangers
South Shore Kings
New Jersey Rockets
P.A.L. Junior Islanders
NH Jr Monarchs joined this season and the Twin City Thunder will start play next season.
So it goes NCDC, USPHL Premier, USPHL Elite? And NCDC is the free league and the other two the players pay-to-play?
Looked at draft summary. These guys nailed it. No top 03’s missing from what I see
Public HS kids?
We have an 05 and are trying to understand what this draft means. So these teams now own the rights to these players?
Can these players continue playing in the organization they are in or do they need to leave next year? What about the kids at schools?
Do many of these kids have agents that reach out to these teams on their behalf or are these teams scouting?
Sorry for all the questions just trying to understand this particular process.
Correct, the team now owns your child. You must ask their permission for anything involving your son. Did you ask permission to write this question? I know, I know, it’s not all about the hockey 🤣😩👌🏿👌🏿
Congrats to all the players taken. Based off this thread, I guess I hope you never have to play in the NCDC :grimacing:
Serious question....how does the local NCDC league overall stack up to other jr leagues around the country?
I already answered that twice. Not as good as NAHL, better than EHL or any other Tier III league. Consider it Tier IIA.
And, it really isn't disputable. Anybody that says there is a Tier III Junior league that's better than NCDC is just making **** up.
Is it bad that my kid is in the USPHL and I didn't even know this was a thing or care that it is a thing? :joy:
Can you play in NCDC as a 15 year old?
How long do teams hold the rights of drafted players?
You can try..but will most likely be either too fast or too physical. Have to remember very few players are happy to be there so they compete hard constantly and will not let a 15 year old take there spot on a team or show them up in a game.