Event Scouting Reports

Brampton Two Nations: Junior

Posted on February 24, 2020

Neutral Zone was in Brampton, Ontario during the weekend of November 28th to December 1st to scout the Two Nations Showcase. The event included Bantam, Midget, and Junior teams from all over Canada and the United States. The following report focuses on the top performers from the 24 team Junior Division. Players are listed in…

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Brampton Two Nations: Midget

Posted on February 18, 2020

Neutral Zone was in Brampton, Ontario during the weekend of November 28th to December 1st to scout the Two Nations Showcase. The event included Bantam, Midget, and Junior teams from all over Canada and the United States. The following report focuses on the top performers from the 48 team Midget Division. Players are listed in…

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Brampton Two Nations: Bantam

Posted on February 13, 2020

Neutral Zone was in Brampton, Ontario during the weekend of November 28th to December 1st to scout the Two Nations Showcase. The event included Bantam, Midget, and Junior teams from all over Canada and the United States. The following report focuses on the top performers from the 24 team Bantam Division. Players are listed in…

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Best of the Nest Bantam

Posted on February 11, 2020

From November 8th to 10th, Neutral Zone scouts attended the Best of the Nest Showcase at Joshua’s Creek Arenas in Oakville, Ontario. Eight Bantam AA teams competed for the tournament championship, with Stoney Creek defeating North York 2-1 in the final. Neutral Zone’s picks for the tournament All-Star team can be found below. First Team…

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Best of the Nest: Midget

Posted on February 7, 2020

First Team Katherine Khramtsov #28 (Pittsburgh Penguins Elite U16, F, 2022, Princeton): A smooth skater, Khramtsov generates good speed with her strong stride. She forechecks hard with an active stick to force turnovers. She has quick hands and protects the puck well on offensive zone entry, carrying it deep and driving the net. A smart…

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MNHS Class of 2023, 2024, & 2025 Rank: Dec. 2019

Posted on February 6, 2020

The following is a ranking from the Minnesota High School League for Neutral Zone’s coverage in December. As the season continues, this list will grow and change with increased coverage. This list presents 2023, 2024, and 2025 graduation year players in a specific numbered order within their respective graduation year. 2023 Uma Corniea #41 (Edina…

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MNHS Class of 2022 Rank: Dec. 2019

Posted on February 5, 2020

The following is a ranking from the Minnesota High School League for Neutral Zone’s coverage in December. As the season continues, this list will grow and change with increased coverage. This list presents 2022 graduation year players in a specific numbered order. Vivian Jungels #22 (Edina High School, D, 2022, Minnesota): Intelligent and effective, Jungels…

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MNHS Class of 2021 Rank: Dec. 2019

Posted on February 4, 2020

The following is a ranking from the Minnesota High School League for Neutral Zone’s coverage in December. As the season continues, this list will grow and change with increased coverage. This list presents 2021 graduation year players in a specific numbered order. Peyton Hemp #5 (Andover High School, F, 2021, Minnesota): A heads-up player with…

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MNHS Class of 2020 Rank: Dec. 2019

Posted on January 30, 2020

The following is a ranking from the Minnesota High School League for Neutral Zone’s coverage in December. As the season continues, this list will grow and change with increased coverage. This list presents 2020 graduation year players in a specific numbered order. Lily Delianedis #7 (Blake School, F, 2020, Cornell): Shifty with quick hands, Delianedis…

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NE Prep Holiday Tournaments 2019

Posted on January 22, 2020

From December 19th through the 22nd, Neutral Zone attended five different New England Prep Holiday Tournaments, covering 36 teams. The tournaments were very well run, on time, and provided roster booklets and refreshments for scouts. The talent was deep in all tournaments and each drew a full crowd. The following is a report on all…

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