Your College Hockey Journey Begins Here!
In this issue:
- Hockey Playoffs Round Up – NCAA Scores - The Frozen Four Update
- Article of the Month – Player Agents and Family Advisors. What's the difference and how do they help?
- New Stuff – New at Your-College-Hockey.com.
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You've watched all the games. You've cheered your team through every stride and every slapshot of each game. There were the catcalls at the ref for a blown call, the high fives on every goal and the round of beer to celebrate every win. Now it's time to prepare for the big show. In this issue, we are providing you with a recap of the Frozen Four and the path of each of the combatants to this point in the journey to the National Championship.
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The path to an NCAA hockey career and a solid college education can be a difficult one. The greatest challenge is knowing where to start. Do-It-Yourselfers will spend many days and weeks in their pursuit to negotiate their way through the NCAA student-athlete process.
YCH talks to veteran Family Advisors Joel Robillos, Craig Barnett, and Pete Dillon. They discuss what a Family Advisor is, the role of the Family Advisor and when you should consider working with a Family Advisor.
Joel Robillos works with Top Shelf Sports Management and you can read his interview here.
Craig Barnett works with Cardinal Sports
Management and you can read his interview here.
Pete Dillon works with Hockey Player Placement and you can read his interview here.
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