Collegiate Prospect Combine
The Program

The Collegiate Prospect Combine (CPC) was created out of a dire need for more focus on training and player development and less time traveling across New England to play in non-competitive league games.

The Collegiate Prospect Combine will provide a select group of elite female hockey players the opportunity to develop and hone their skills throughout the Fall by training with and competing against the very best NCAA Division I prospects in the Northeast. The Combine is focused on teaching individual skills concepts with a 10-week progressive development model, which has been specifically designed by our renowned coaching staff including Scott Pellerin and Seth Goodrich. Training sessions will take place every Sunday at the Haverhill Valley Forum. Players will be placed on a National Bound roster and play in 2-4 showcase events. 

Since the Collegiate Prospect Combine was created in 2019, we have had 80+ players who developed through the program commit to playing college hockey. 

“This model is not for everyone,” said Goodrich “the program is designed for the driven player, who is focused on their own advancement and believe in a process to get to where they want to be as a player 1-2-3 years out. All of our players have extremely busy academic and fall sport schedules, therefore it is important for their fall hockey training to be focused and condensed in one location and limit travel so they can train with a purpose.”

Player Invitation Request

To be considered for the CPC program as an individual player, please fill out the form below.

Individual Player Invitation Request