USA Hockey Tier I Nationals Preview

Posted on March 29, 2024

This year, our Neutral Zone Scouts will be at every venue for the National Tournaments, with a minimum of three in each venue. USA Hockey added a 13O Division this year, which we will also cover. Below is a quick preview of each age group with a preview and some players that may stand out….

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Remembering Sean Tallaire: A Champion on and Off the Ice

Posted on March 21, 2024

Neutral Zone and the hockey world mourn the loss of Sean Tallaire, who passed on March 12th. He was a highly respected Scout for Neutral Zone. “We are all saddened by Sean’s death. He was always polite, professional, and fun to watch hockey with. He was one of the most talented evaluators we have ever…

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Kim Weiss Helps the Trinity Bantams Fly

Posted on February 14, 2024

By Trevor Sheehan Kim Weiss made a name for herself at Trinity College, breaking school records and helping lead the women’s hockey team to their first NCAA Division III championship appearance. Twelve years later, Weiss has returned to her alma mater, becoming the first female to coach men’s hockey at the Division III level. Growing…

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Peak Performance Prep Ready to Kick Off Year 2 with 12 Teams Prepped to Compete

Posted on August 30, 2023

Burrillville, RI – If there is one thing that has become a universal truth about hockey: it’s the fact that there is no offseason. Regular season play for high schoolers, juniors and even the pros are supplemented with skill camps, tournaments, evaluation camps, and of course, split season hockey. The split season model has grown…

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Neutral Zone Support for Allie’s Paddle

Posted on July 28, 2023

Neutral Zone is proud to support the Allie’s Paddle campaign, which is working to raise money for SCIboston. Allie Skelley will be paddle boarding more than 40 miles around Aquidneck Island on  August 22nd, 2023 to raise money for SCIboston. The campaign is named Allie’s  Paddle. SCIboston will use 100% of the funds raised to…

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Neutral Zone is Seeking Fall/Winter Interns

Posted on July 17, 2023

The largest hockey scouting company in the World, Neutral Zone LLC is seeking applicants for the Quinn Robelle Internship Program for this Fall and Winter. It will start in September and end in March. All are welcome to apply. Location does not matter. Interns will learn about the inner workings of Neutral Zone and work…

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Introducing the Neutral Zone Quinn Robelle Interns for the Fall of 2022!

Posted on October 22, 2022

We at Neutral Zone are proud to announce the addition of four new interns for our Fall 2022 class, William Dahlquist, Dennis Ruppe, Christian Dahl, and Kevin Norton. Each intern has a storied background in hockey and is looking to learn about the scouting side of the sport and are looking to get their start…

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Neutral Zone’s Bantam Development League Offers a Unique Approach to U14 Hockey

Posted on July 7, 2022

By Juliette Connors The Bantam Development League (BDL), run by Ian Moran and Bob Deraney, was developed in 2022. It consists of 30 sessions over the course of 10 weeks, focused on player development and building resilience and skill growth for bantam-age players.  The program is designed to help participants develop a new set of…

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Introducing the Neutral Zone Quinn Robelle Interns for the Summer of 2022!

Posted on June 17, 2022

Written by Juliette Connors The Neutral Zone team is proud to announce the addition of seven new interns, Andrew Beran, Chase Rochon, James Lusher, Juliette Connors, Jack Goodman, Brandon Wells, and Joshua Katz. Each intern has a unique background and selective interests that will contribute to Neutral Zone’s news and scouting capacity. “It’s a diverse…

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USHL Tenders: Who signed Tender Agreements from 2012-2017 and the results that followed

Posted on May 7, 2022

This research was originally posted on April 19, 2018

USHL Tenders: Who signed Tender Agreements from 2012-2017 and the results that followed

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