Scouting Reports

Tier 1 Hockey Federation 14U/18U: 2 Games, 19 Players Evaluated

Posted on September 30, 2023

Neutral Zone was in attendance for 2 games in the Tier 1 Hockey Federation, viewing both one 14U and one 18U game. These games included Buffalo Regels 14U @ CP Dynamo 14U (Sept. 09) and Northwinds Prep School @ CP Dynamo 18U (Sept. 16). Each player below has been given a grade based solely on…

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Minnesota Blades U16 Showcase: Minnesota Blades U16 @ Chicago Mission U16 – 9 Players Evaluated

Posted on September 29, 2023

Neutral Zone was in attendance for the Minnesota Blades U16 Showcase matchup between the Minnesota Blades and Chicago Mission on September 16, 2023, at the Brooklyn Park Community Center. It was all Chicago in this one, with the Mission leading 3-0 after the first period and eventually winning 5-0. Each player below has been given…

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BCHL: Penticton Vees vs. Merritt Centennials: 12 Standout Players

Posted on September 26, 2023

The Vees were able to show their dominance and it did not stop til the end of the third period. With a score of 6-0, a lot of their team’s fire-power was on display, specifically one line though. What the Centennials were able to showcase was their penalty kill in the third period. They took…

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Eastern Alliance Kickoff 18U: Top 48

Posted on September 24, 2023

Neutral Zone attended the Eastern Alliance Kickoff 18U hockey tournament at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Massachusets. The games were competitive and fast-paced, with numerous high-quality performances from players and teams. Our scouts identified the Top 48 players, who have been given grades solely based on their performances at this event, and is…

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Beast Tournament Series 15’s: South Kent Selects vs Mercer Chiefs

Posted on September 21, 2023

South Kent Selects Academy 08s were too much for the Mercer Chiefs 08s to handle in this contest. Mercer played hard, but SKSA opened the game up early with a 3-0 first period lead and won 7-0. Each player below has been given a grade based solely on their performance at this event, and this…

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EHF Selects 15’s Two Game Reports: 21 Players Evaluated

Posted on September 20, 2023

Cape Cod Whalers 15’s vs. Boston Jr. Eagles 15’s Fast-paced entertaining 15O game that featured many grade ‘A’ scoring opportunities and excellent goaltending. After the Boston Jr Eagles took a too many men on the ice penalty the Cape Cod Whalers scored on a 6 on 4 with just under one minute left. Cape Cod…

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2023 Chicago Steel Ice Breaker 15’s: Top 113 Performers

Posted on September 15, 2023

Neutral Zone scouted the Chicago Steel Ice Breaker 15’s held in Chicago, Illinois, from September 8-10, 2023. The Windy City Storm came away as the champions, going undefeated in the five games played, taking the final game to overtime, where Ilia Morozov was the hero to end it. There was a ton of top-quality play…

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NAHL: Rochester Jr. Americans vs Philadelphia Rebels

Posted on September 11, 2023

Tonight’s contest was the inaugural game for the Rochester Jr. Americans in the NAHL. The emotions were high as the home fans packed the rink to drop the puck on a new season and a new franchise. The home team jumped out to an early three-goal lead, but the visiting Philadelphia Rebels scored five straight…

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Quebec M18AAA: Chateauguay vs Laval-Montréal

Posted on September 11, 2023

The Quebec M18AAA started its 48th season in Châteauguay on Thursday, September 7, 2023 with a match-up between two Greater Montreal teams: Laval-Montreal and Châteauguay. Twelve underage players were in action, and the visiting team won 4-3 over Les Grenadiers de Châteauguay. Each player below has been given a grade based solely on their performance…

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BCHL Cranbrook Bucks vs Trail Smoke Eaters

Posted on September 10, 2023

A close early matchup came down to the game’s last minutes. With four goals in each of the last two periods, there was a clear grace period to start with both teams getting comfortable playing full-speed hockey again. Once the legs were going, the Bucks were able to score four unanswered goals to win the…

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