We don't look for stars, we make them
President - Max Gratchev
As a former professional hockey player, I’d argue that the journey to pro hockey is among the toughest in all of sports. Please bear with me.
The vast majority of high school hockey players in the United States have to play in the U.S. junior hockey leagues before even being considered for a Division I college team. And if they make it to the NCAA, only a select few will ever find their way onto an NHL roster.
There’s a lot of competition and not a lot of roster spots.
So everything you do counts, both on and off the ice, for you to have any chance of making it to the Show.