Do You Have a Favorite College Hockey Recruiting Story or Recruiting Tip?
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A great recruiting tip or a funny recruiting story can always help someone get through the process. The recruiting process for NCAA college hockey can be overwhelming at times and there are other times where you feel totally lost.

  • How did you get through it?
  • How did you manage the information?
  • How did you cope with the information overload?
  • What solutions did you use to figure out what was the correct information?

We'd like to pass the YCH Blog over to you so you can share your favorite recruiting stories. We'd love to hear about your NCAA experience whether you are an alumni, current player or someone currently going through the process. Share your best tips on what is working or has worked for you. And, let us know if you or anyone you know has committed to a school. We want to share everyone's successes.

Even if you have a general comment about NCAA hockey, please share it with us.

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