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National Rankings rank the top free agent prospects in their birth year throughout North America. These rankings do not include players who are currently playing NCAA or signed in the CHL. For information on current NCAA/CHL players check out our NHL Draft page.

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    April 13, 2021

    PHL Scrimmage Sunday. Super 16 plus Sports Etc. Goalie of the Week.

    The Pandemic Hockey League had two scrimmage games on Sunday. Teams played three 20 minute periods with officials and coaches. The real games start on April 15th as the four teams will battle for the PHL Championship over ten weeks and 20 games. This was our first look at the players and below are 16…

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    April 12, 2021

    Neutral Zone’s 2007’s of Interest

    On a Morandum Monday, we present the 57 2007s who we have seen in person that interest us. This is an age where we solely identify and seldom evaluate. Below are the players we feel stand out amongst a strong US group. Long way to go for these kids but we wanted to start their…

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    April 15, 2021

    BCHL: Penticton, Cranbrook, Vernon, West Kelowna, Salmon Arm. Top 25

    Neutral Zone was able to finally watch the BCHL April 9-11. The pace and intensity was great considering these teams have been off for a while. Below is a list of 25 players and their evaluations based specifically on these games.   Penticton Vees  Ben Wozney #2 (D, L, 6’2″, 172, Penticton Vees, 06/15/2001, Bowling Green)…

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    April 12, 2021

    2021 USHL: Biosteel All American Game Top 20

    Neutral Zone evaluated the Biosteel All American game, which is an exhibition game put on by USA Hockey and the USHL that showcased the best draft-eligible American-born players. The Blue Team was the current roster for the U18 NTDP team and the White Team was composed of players who are considered to be the top…

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    April 12, 2021

    Buzzards Bay Showcase Top 50

    Following the abbreviated MIAA regular season and conference playoffs, 12 public school coaches put their heads together in order to create the first ever Buzzards Bay Showcase, with games in Watertown and Bourne, MA. The teams played across three divisions of four teams a piece and each division winner moved on to the playoffs with…

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    April 9, 2021

    BCHL: Cowichan Valley Capitals vs Nanaimo Clippers and Vernon Vipers vs Salmon Arm Silverbacks. Top 20

    BCHL: Cowichan Valley Capitals vs Nanaimo Clippers Date: April 6, 2021 Age Group: Junior A (2000-2004 Born) Introduction: Neutral Zone was able to watch this game live on HockeyTV. It was a low-scoring game with limited chances at both ends of the ice. Nanaimo was able to get an early one in the third period…

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    April 6, 2021

    NA3HL Playoff Series: North Iowa Bulls vs Alexandria Blizzard. Top 16

    Multi-Game: Neutral Zone Scouting attended (online) the NA3HL playoff games 1 through 3 between the North Iowa Bulls and the Alexandria Blizzard on April 2, April 3, and April 4th, 2021. This match-up was a West Division semi-final battle.  Game 1: A back and forth affair which saw two teams that didn’t want to make…

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    April 6, 2021

    Bantam: Exposure Hockey Group Columbus Invitational. Top 80

    Neutral Zone attended the Exposure Hockey Group’s Columbus Invite in Mid-March. Matt Miles and his staff ran a great event and we enjoyed watching the competitive nature of the games. There were eight teams in the 2006 Divisione and the Boston Advantage beat the St. Louis Jr. Blues to win the Championship. Every team had…

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    April 9, 2021

    BCHL breaks away from the CJHL

    The BCHL announced on Friday that they intend to withdraw from the CJHL. The league released a short statement that read: “After reviewing our options, the BCHL has chosen to no longer belong to the Canadian Junior Hockey League. The BCHL is not withdrawing from Hockey Canada or BC Hockey. “We wish the current CJHL…

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