The Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF) continues to demonstrate its prowess in developing top-tier hockey talent, as evidenced by the impressive representation in the 2024 North American Hockey League (NAHL) Draft. Held on Wednesday, June 12th, the draft saw a total of 40 THF players and alumni being selected, highlighting the federation’s role as a key contributor to the junior hockey pipeline.

The breakdown of the 40 drafted players is as follows: 8 current THF member players, 4 current THF guest players, 16 THF member alumni, and 12 THF guest alumni. These players hail from 23 different THF teams, underscoring the widespread talent across the federation.

NAHL Commissioner and President Mark Frankenfeld emphasized the significance of the draft in shaping the league’s teams for the upcoming season. “The NAHL Draft is a very important part of the process in building a team for the upcoming season,” said Frankenfeld. “A drafted player has been scouted by the team’s coaching or scouting staff. Whether it is skill, strength, speed, compete, character or all of the above, that coach wants that individual on their team. Congratulations to all the players chosen in the NAHL Draft and good luck to every player working hard to play NAHL Hockey in their pursuit of playing NCAA hockey someday.”

The THF congratulates all the drafted players and extends its best wishes as they embark on the next phase of their hockey careers. The federation remains committed to nurturing the next generation of hockey stars and looks forward to seeing more of its players succeed in the NAHL and beyond.

372Elmira AviatorsJack Broderick5.091602007-11-10LWRye, NYWestchester Express 16UTHF Member
395Austin
Bruins
Gus Elbert61752006-11-12LDWest Fargo, NDSioux Falls POWER 18UGuest Team
4123Minnesota WildernessFrantisek Netusil5.11802007-05-14CPrague, CzeRockets Hockey Club 16UTHF Member
4125Danbury Jr.
Hattricks
Michael Sciabarra5.111852006-02-14LDKatonah, NYWestchester Express 18UTHF Member
5150Lone Star
Brahmas
Adam Brown5.111702005-01-01RDLincoln, NELincoln Stars 18UTHF Member
5163New Mexico Ice WolvesAnders Miller6.021842006-10-04GMound, MNSioux Falls POWER 18UGuest Team
6176Watertown ShamrocksCooper Jacobson5.081752006-07-31CChapel Hill, NCSioux Falls POWER 18UGuest Team
8261St. Cloud NorsmenMartins Klaucans61792008-07-08RWRiga, LatRockets Hockey Club 16UTHF Member
10321Danbury Jr.
Hattricks
Paul Triggiani5.081352008-07-26RDBedford, NYWestchester Express 15’sTHF Member
10335Oklahoma WarriorsJosh Petrini5.111652006-11-23CToronto, ONSt. Francis Red Raiders Prep/18UTHF Member
13437Minnesota WildernessBrenden Espenell6.021732007-07-18RDWinnipeg, MBSioux Falls POWER 16UGuest Team
16545Oklahoma WarriorsTyler Webb5.111502006-05-02RDLodi, CATeam Illinois 18UTHF Member
Alumni
1612
THF Member OrganizationsTHF Guest Organizations
Luke SantilliIslanders HCAidan StubbingsLake Forest Academy
Mike MalatinoNY DynamoSam EspositoSF Power
Kyle OzgunHitmen/Flyers EliteJaxon GrosdidierSF Power
Stephen ChenMercerPrice GrimesSF Power
Owen BoucherBiggbyJackson RudhLoons
Henry WilsonIslanders HCOcean FancyBoston Advantage
Luc LampertWestchester expressDominic ThomasMN Voyageurs
Caden OlenczakSkipjacksTristen May RobinsonMN Green Giants
Ethan RamonettiPALZane IrionCO Spring tigers
Anthony CardilliTeam IllinoisJacob GuilleMN Moose
Jackson DelleoJunior BruinsRyan SolariBoston Advantage
Niko TournasRocketsAndrew BastianMN Lakers
AJ BongiornoIslanders HC
Andrew PiccirilloRockets
Jameson O’FlynnTri state spartans
Ty LevyRockets

For more information on the NAHL Draft and the full list of drafted players, please visit the official NAHL website.

About the North American Hockey League

Celebrating its 49th season in 2023-24, the NAHL, the only USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier II Junior league boasting 35 teams in 17 states from across North America.

The NAHL is part of the USA Hockey National Junior Development Model, which includes the USHL and the US National Team Development Program. The NAHL works closely with NCAA College Hockey, the NHL, the USHL, and USA Hockey’s National Development Program in order best serve as an imperative piece in the development system for collegiate and professional hockey.

During the 2022-23 season, the NAHL had over 380 NCAA commitmented players with over 75% of those being NCAA Division I commitments. Additionally, 38% of all NCAA Division I freshmen played hockey in the NAHL. Over the course of the last seven seasons, 1,850+ NAHL players have made NCAA commitments and 36 have been drafted into the NHL.

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF) is excited to announce that Flyers Elite forward Colin Myers has committed to play College Hockey Federation Division 2 hockey at Penn State University – Harrisburg. Myers, a talented forward hailing from Philadelphia, PA, has demonstrated his prowess on the ice through his contributions to both the Flyers Elite program and Father Judge High School this season.

During his tenure with Flyers Elite, Myers played in 36 games, showcasing his skills and dedication with 4 goals and 5 assists, totaling 9 points. His performance at Father Judge High School was equally impressive, where he appeared in 15 games, netting 3 goals and 9 assists for a total of 14 points.

Myers’ commitment to Penn State Harrisburg is a significant step in his hockey career. The Nittany Lions are the reigning National division champions in the Delaware Valley College Hockey Conference, and Myers is set to join their ranks this fall. 

As always, the Tier 1 Hockey Federation is committed to celebrating and supporting the success of talented young athletes. If you have a player whose achievements you would like to see featured in our announcements, please fill out the form here. We are eager to share the stories of these rising stars as they advance in their hockey careers.

Pittsburgh, PA – The Esmark Stars AAA Hockey Club has announced that their Tier I program has rebranded as Pittsburgh Stars AAA Hockey, effective immediately, for the 2024-2025 season.

The Pittsburgh Stars AAA Hockey program, the oldest Tier I AAA program in the Mid-American District (founded in 1984 and continuously providing elite training and showcase opportunities for amateur hockey players since) and one of the oldest Tier I AAA programs under the USA Hockey umbrella, will be celebrating their 40th season during the 2024-2025 campaign.

General Manager Dave Kosick announced the rebranding and name change. “We are excited for the next chapter of Stars Hockey,” Kosick said. “In celebration of our 40th season of providing elite level training and instruction, we have traveled back to our roots and reintroduced our original name … Pittsburgh Stars,” Kosick continued.

As part of the rebranding the Stars have unveiled a new logo, will don new uniforms, and will update and revise all branding efforts, including their website, to the new Pittsburgh Stars AAA Hockey brand.

The Stars Program, which plays out of the Pittsburgh Ice Arena in New Kensington, PA, is a nationally recognized program, offering elite-level coaching.

Former Stars players have gone on to play hockey at every level, including the NHL, OHL, AHL, IHL, USHL, NAHL, NCDC, NCAA Div. I & III, and ACHA, Div. I & III.

For the 2024-25 season, the Pittsburgh Stars will be fielding seven Tier I AAA teams, including 18U Midget Major (2006-2007 birth-years), 16U Midget Minor (2008), 15U Only Midget (2009), 14U Bantam Major (2010), 13U Bantam Minor Red (2011), 13U Bantam Minor White (2011), and 12U Pee Wee Major (2012).

“We have enjoyed our relationship with Esmark and thank them for their support and recognition
of our efforts for the past decade,” Kosick offered. “The new branding effort will allow our program to better identify with our home city, Pittsburgh, and celebrate our history and ties to the area.”

The Stars are proud members of the Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF).

Trio of Philadelphia Revolution Players Commit to College Hockey Programs

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is proud to announce that three standout players from the Philadelphia Revolution have made commitments to further their hockey careers at various esteemed college programs across the United States.

Reilley Burke, a skilled defenseman hailing from Lehighton, Pennsylvania, and a proud alumnus of the Revolution, showcased his talents last season with the Charlotte Rush in the USPHL. Drawing attention with his exceptional play, Burke has officially committed to the ACHA program at the University of Illinois. His dedication and prowess on the ice promise to make a significant impact on the Illini’s defensive lineup.

Another notable commitment comes from Ryan Carr, a dynamic center originating from Bryn Mawr, PA. Carr’s impressive performance for both the Revolution and Radnor High this season caught the eye of recruiters, tallying an impressive 49 points with 24 goals and 25 assists. Carr has chosen to further his academic and hockey journey at Lehigh University, a member of the ECHA conference within the ACHA Division I. His versatility and scoring ability are sure to bolster Lehigh’s offensive capabilities.

Lastly, Liam Donahue, a forward from Washington Crossing, PA, rounds out the trio of commitments. With two goals and three assists totaling five points, Donahue has secured a spot on High Point University’s CHF (College Hockey Federation) Division 2 team. High Point competes in the ACCHL conference, where Donahue’s skill set is expected to flourish, contributing to the team’s success.

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation congratulates Reilley Burke, Ryan Carr, and Liam Donahue on their commitments to these esteemed college hockey programs. Their dedication, hard work, and talent exemplify the caliber of players developed within the Philadelphia Revolution organization. We wish them continued success as they embark on this exciting new chapter in their hockey careers.

As always, the Tier 1 Hockey Federation is committed to celebrating and supporting the success of talented young athletes. If you have a player whose achievements you would like to see featured in our announcements, please fill out the form here. We are eager to share the stories of these rising stars as they advance in their hockey careers.

Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF) is proud to announce a remarkable achievement in the closure of the 2024 USPHL National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC) draft. The Draft will be held in two phases – the first in which teams select players born in 2007 and 2008; and the second four-round phase in which teams select players born between 2004 and 2006. A total of 37 talented players from THF members and guest teams have been selected, marking a significant recognition of the Federation’s commitment to nurturing top-tier hockey talent.

In Phase 1 of the draft, THF witnessed 31 players have their names called by 11 different teams. Among them, 9 players from new THF member organizations (2024-25 season) and 3 players from past THF member organizations (2023-24 season), demonstrating the high caliber of talent cultivated within the Federation.

In Phase 2 of the draft, THF totaled 6 players from 6 different teams: 2 players from guest teams, 1 player from this past season, and 3 from new THF member organizations.

Phase 1 2007-2008
Round#TeamPlayerCurrent TeamTHF Afilliation
14WBS KnightsYan KrasavinBoston Hockey AcademyNew THF Member
17Rockets HCTrevor BodieCP DynamoTHF Member
110CT Jr RangersEmmett AuchFlyers Elite 16UTHF Member
114WBS KnightsJeff CollettCarshield 16UTHF Past Member
118PAL Jr IslandersCaden TurgeonSpringfield PICsTHF Member
220Twin City ThunderTrent ColemanBoston Hockey AcademyNew THF Member
225Rockets HCAdam BotloSpringfield PICsTHF Member
227CasperJackson HillColorado Rampage 16UNew THF Member
228West Chester WolvesKane ClarkTeam Illinois 16UTHF Member
341CT Jr RangersLogan DewarBoston Hockey AcademyNew THF Member
342CT Jr RangersMarkus GentileSpringfield PICsTHF Member
343Rockets HCJack WidemanRocky Mt Roughriders 16UTHF Member
345CT RangersTommy BrowneFlyers Elite 16UTHF Member
347Mercer ChiefsBrody MerrickRocky Mt Roughriders 16UTHF Member
352Odgen MustangsQuayden SilcoxRocky Mt Roughriders 16UTHF Member
461Rockey HCGabriel SimpsonTeam Illinois 16UTHF Member
462Pueblo BullsJack CoutureColorado Thunderbirds 16UNew THF Member
464Odgen MustangsTahn Del SignoreEsmark Stars 16UTHF Member
466CasperEthan CoskerCP DynamoTHF Member
467Pueblo BullsDevin SmithColorado Thunderbirds 16UNew THF Member
573Rock Springs GrizzliesCarter DreckselColorado Rampage 15UNew THF Member
575West Chester WolvesNikita MikhailovBoston Hockey AcademyNew THF Member
693Twin City ThunderLucas MarshallAmerican Hockey AcademyTHF Member
699Idaho Falls Spud KingsXander MullensCarshield 16UTHF Past Member
6100West Chester WolvesKasen BeitzBoston Hockey AcademyNew THF Member
6104Utah OutliersJohn CarneyTeam Illinois 16UTHF Member
8144PAL Jr IslandersJokubas SpruntulisSpringfield PICsTHF Member
10166WBS KnightsCharles WilsonSpringfield PICsTHF Member
11181Rock Springs GrizzliesRoman FreemanTeam Illinois 16UTHF Member
11182Twin City ThunderReid ParkerCarshield 16UTHF Past Member
12201WBS KnightsTait SanchezTeam Illinois 16UTHF Member
Phase 2 2004-2006
Round#TeamPlayerCurrent TeamTHF Afilliation
111Mercer ChiefsLuke GustafsonSan Jose Jr SharksTHF Guest
116Ogden MustangsRalfs VeidemanisTeam Illinois 18UTHF Member
219Rock Springs GrizzliesAJ ScarafoniColorado Thunderbirds 18UTHF New Member
220Twin City ThunderTrevor PonathBoston Hockey AcademyTHF New Member
455Rock Springs GrizzliesEthan RoseColorado Thunderbirds 18UTHF New Member
456Twin City ThunderNoel FriedmanSioux Falls PowerTHF Guest

The West Chester Wolves 16U and 18U Academy Teams have cemented their place in the Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF) as scheduling partners for the upcoming 2024-25 season. With a rigorous 60-game schedule awaiting them, including playoffs, the Wolves are poised to face off against top-tier opponents from the Academy, Prep, and AAA circuits. Backed by a commitment to excellence and holistic player development, the Wolves’ Academy program offers a comprehensive training regimen, complemented by a flexible academic environment for student-athletes.

Under the ownership and operation of ASM Hockey Group LLC, the Wolves benefit from a wealth of experience and resources, ensuring a pathway for talent development from grassroots to elite levels. Their affiliation with the Atlanta Mad Hatters further enhances player opportunities and exposure within the hockey community. Home for the Wolves is the state-of-the-art PNY Sports Arena, boasting top-notch amenities tailored to meet the needs of modern athletes, providing a conducive environment for growth and success.

As anticipation builds for the Wolves’ debut in the THF, excitement reverberates among players, coaches, and fans alike. With a mission grounded in family values, player development, discipline, and tradition, the Wolves are ready to make their mark on the hockey landscape. For those eager to join the pack or support their journey, the Wolves’ website or Program Director R.C. Lyke is just a click or call away. It’s time to unleash the Wolves and let the hunt begin.

#WCW #Family #TimeToHunt

About Tier 1 Hockey Federation
The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is a USA Hockey Sanctioned Tier-I Youth Hockey League that offers a highly competitive environment for Tier 1 and elite clubs nationwide, with an unbalanced schedule that ensures top-level play. The THF is managed by a team of dedicated professionals with over 290 AAA teams, ranging from 9U-18U age levels.

One of the key advantages of the THF is its ability to bring together clubs from multiple leagues and states, providing a unique opportunity for young players to compete against the best in the country. But what truly sets the THF apart is the fact that it’s the only organization whose members operate franchises in the top junior hockey leagues in the US for NCAA Division I commitments, including the USHL, NAHL, NCDC, and the top two junior hockey leagues for NCAA Division III commitments, the USPHL Premier Division and the Eastern Hockey League. This unique structure ensures that THF players have access to a wide variety of opportunities to further their hockey careers at the college level and beyond.

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation (THF) is proud to announce a remarkable achievement in the recently concluded 2024 United States Hockey League (USHL) draft. A total of 24 talented players from THF members and guest teams have been selected, marking a significant recognition of the Federation’s commitment to nurturing top-tier hockey talent.

In Phase 1 of the draft, THF witnessed 12 players have their names called by eight different teams. Among them, 2 players hailed from THF member organizations, demonstrating the high caliber of talent cultivated within the Federation. Nine Players from THF Guest Teams were drafted as well as one player from a new member team. 

Moving into Phase 2, the momentum continued with 12 more players finding their place in the USHL. Impressively, 8 players hailed from THF member organizations, solidifying the Federation’s reputation as a breeding ground for hockey excellence. Three players who participated in THF events also caught the attention of USHL scouts, reaffirming the significance of THF competitions in player development. Once again, a player from a new member organization for the 2024-25 season made their mark on the draft, showcasing the immediate impact of THF expansion efforts.

Among the standout performances in the draft, the New Jersey Rockets emerged as a beacon of success, with an impressive tally of 6 players drafted across both phases. 

The Tier 1 Hockey Federation extends its heartfelt congratulations to all 24 players selected in the USHL 2024 draft. This achievement not only reflects the dedication and hard work of the players but also underscores the collective efforts of THF member organizations, coaches, and staff in fostering a thriving hockey ecosystem. As these talented athletes embark on the next chapter of their hockey journey, THF stands proud as a driving force behind their success, committed to shaping the future of hockey in the United States.

Phase One Draft Picks:

RDRK
114DubuqueNicholas DesiderioNew Jersey Rockets 15’sTHF Member Organization
218Des MoinesReed BrownOkanagan (Colorado) 15OTHF Guest Team
333Des MoinesBrayden ThompsonSioux Falls POWER 16UTHF Guest Team
455Sioux CityBlake SinclairMinnesota Lakers 15’sTHF Guest Team
459DubuqueKane JohnsonSioux Falls POWER 16UTHF Guest Team
566Sioux FallsLuke WilfleyOkanagan (Colorado) 15OTHF Guest Team
572OmahaMax BiesMinnesota Blue Ox 15’sTHF Guest Team
573MuskegonLars HutsonTeam Illinois 15’sTHF Guest Team
797Green BayNathan BienstockNew Jersey Rockets 15’sTHF Member Organization
8112Tri-CityJake GustafsonSan Jose Jr. Sharks 15’sTHF Guest Team
8114MadisonTate SpauldingOkanagan (Colorado) 15OTHF Guest Team
8119DubuqueBeksultan MakyshBoston Hockey Academy 15’sNew THF Organization 24-25

Phase Two Draft Picks:

RDRK
451MuskegonCarter SandersonSioux Falls POWER 16UTHF Guest Team
6113Sioux FallsSheldon RiouxColorado Thunderbirds 16U #92New THF Organization 24-25
10141MuskegonSebastian VitaliRockets Hockey Club 18UTHF Member Organization
10144Tri CityJake BroderickWestchester Express 16UTHF Member Organization
11155Des MoinesBrendan EspenellSioux Falls POWERTHF Guest Team
12170Des MoinesLogan HughesTeam Maryland 18UTHF Member Organization
13193YoungstownKade KanalyFlyers Elite 15UTHF Member Organization
15223YoungstownAnthony CasperFlyers Elite 18UTHF Member Organization
16228OmahaAlex HriczovRockets Hockey Club 15UTHF Member Organization
18263Sioux FallsCamden PantekoekSioux Falls POWER 15’sTHF Guest Team
19274Cedar RapidsJoseph FentonRockets Hockey Club 18UTHF Member Organization
22329Green BayFrantisek NetusilRockets Hockey Club 16UTHF Member Organization

The Sylvania Youth Hockey Club (SYHI) has long been a cornerstone of hockey development in Sylvania, Ohio. With a commitment to fostering a love for the game at all levels, SYHI has consistently provided opportunities for players of diverse backgrounds and skill levels. As the 2024-25 season approaches, the announcement of the Sylvania North Stars joining the Tier 1 Hockey Federation marks a significant milestone in the club’s journey towards excellence.

SYHI’s dedication to player development and organizational growth has been unwavering. Recognizing the importance of cultivating a strong culture within the organization, SYHI engaged in discussions with USA Hockey, welcoming insights from coaches and stakeholders. Through these discussions, it became evident that a robust organizational culture is essential for maximizing player and coach potential.

Central to the club’s philosophy are three core values: a love for the game, respect, and a commitment to hard work. These values not only shape the way hockey is played within the organization but also serve as guiding principles for personal growth both on and off the ice. By emphasizing skill development, skating ability, and hockey sense, SYHI aims to provide its players with a comprehensive foundation for success.

About Tier 1 Hockey Federation
The Tier 1 Hockey Federation is a USA Hockey Sanctioned Tier-I Youth Hockey League that offers a highly competitive environment for Tier 1 and elite clubs nationwide, with an unbalanced schedule that ensures top-level play. The THF is managed by a team of dedicated professionals with over 290 AAA teams, ranging from 9U-18U age levels.

One of the key advantages of the THF is its ability to bring together clubs from multiple leagues and states, providing a unique opportunity for young players to compete against the best in the country. But what truly sets the THF apart is the fact that it’s the only organization whose members operate franchises in the top junior hockey leagues in the US for NCAA Division I commitments, including the USHL, NAHL, NCDC, and the top two junior hockey leagues for NCAA Division III commitments, the USPHL Premier Division and the Eastern Hockey League. This unique structure ensures that THF players have access to a wide variety of opportunities to further their hockey careers at the college level and beyond.

Pittsburgh, PA – The Esmark Stars AAA Hockey Club of the Tier 1 Hockey Federation (T1HF) have announced that Esmark Stars 18U AAA Hockey forward Hudson “Huddy” Howard has signed a Eastern Hockey League (EHL) tender agreement with the New Jersey 87s.

“I am so very proud of Huddy,” said Esmark 18U head coach Dave Kosick. “Look in the dictionary under teammate and you will see his photo. Not only is a very talented hockey player, who can and does fill many roles, but he is also an awesome teammate and young man. He conducts himself with such a selfless nature making him the ultimate teammate.”

The 18-year-old forward from Anchorage, AK, recorded 7 points (4 goals and 3 assists), in 23 THF regular season games and 4 THF Playoff Games in helping lead the U18 Stars to the THF League Playoff Championship game.

Overall the 5’11” / 170 lbs. forward tallied 17 points (6 goals, 11 assists), including one power play goal, in 68 games played for Esmark’s U18 AAA Midget Major squad.

The 2023-24 season was Howard’s second season with the Esmark Stars AAA Hockey program and Midget Major squad.

During the 2022-23 season, Howard recorded 6 points (4 goals and 2 assists), in 12 THF regular season games and 4 THF Playoff Games.

Overall during the 2022-23 season, Howard tallied 22 points (10 goals, 12 assists), including seven power play goals, in 70 games played for Esmark’s U18 AAA Midget Major squad.

“Don’t let stats fool you,” Kosick added. “Huddy handles multiple roles that don’t always show on a scoresheet, but are just as valuable to a winning formula.” 

Howard becomes the tenth member of the 2023-2024 Esmark Stars AAA Hockey program to sign a tender with a Junior A club for the upcoming season.

Howard joins 18U teammates Mark Trischler (Kenai River Brown Bears), Aiden Petroff (New Hampshire Mountain Kings), Alex Thomas (Colorado Grit), Timur Naletov (Danbury Hat Tricks), Max Rutkowski (Oklahoma Warriors) and Mykyta Yalovyi (Lone Star Brahmas), as well as 16U Esmark forwards Emmet McClaine and Vitaliy Ulianov, who both signed with the Johnstown Tomahawks, in signing tender agreements with the NAHL teams; and Hunter Furman, who signed a tender agreement with the Northern Cyclones National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC) in the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL).

The 87s play in the EHL’s s six-team South Division along with the New Jersey Bears (NJ), Pennsylvania Huntsmen (PA), Philadelphia Hockey Club (PA), Philadelphia Little Flyers (PA), and Team Maryland (MD).

Overall, the EHL has 22 clubs split into four divisions.

The 87s call the Jersey Shore Arena in Wall, NJ, home and are led by Head Coach Adam Houli.

As always, the Tier 1 Hockey Federation is committed to celebrating and supporting the success of talented young athletes. If you have a player whose achievements you would like to see featured in our announcements, please fill out the form here. We are eager to share the stories of these rising stars as they advance in their hockey careers.

Tier 1 Hockey Federation is pleased to announce the start of THF Officiating Program. The officiating program is set to launch in May 2024 and open to anyone in the Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association (AAHA) District.

The goals and objectives are to increase the officiating pool for the 2024-25 season along with a comprehensive classes, games and evaluations.

The AAHA District Officiating Program will also provide training for The USA Hockey Officiating Certification, which will allow the officials to work during the spring and summer tournaments.

This program will enable you to work with experienced officials and build a solid foundation so you can officiate in the 2024 -25 season.

There is more than just officiating games and being compensated for your efforts, officiating will also develop life skills that will help you outside of hockey, leadership skills, communication, managing people, and conflict resolution.

For more information: contact AHF Referee in Chief Kevin Keiper kkeiper@atlantichockeyfederation.com or Eugene Binda genercblackbear@gmail.com

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