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Play College Hockey
November 28, 2011
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Many Paths to Success

harvThere's no one right way to make it to Division I college hockey. In fact, a survey of 2011-12 college rosters shows that more than a dozen junior or high school leagues sent players directly to the Division I ranks.

What does that tell us? It affirms a popular coach's credo:

If you are good enough, it doesn't matter where you are playing. We will find you.

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By the Numbers

Did you know that NCAA Division I men's hockey:
  • Produced 30% of NHL players in 2010-11, more than all of Europe
  • Spends more than $30 million each year on scholarships
  • Features 202 NHL draft picks in college lineups this year
  • Has produced the last last three Vezina Trophy winners and the last two Conn Smythe Trophy and Jack Adams Award winners

Do I need a family advisor?

Find the answer to that and many more questions in our FAQ

So What's it Like?

tumblr_lv2uo4R1Me1qhq5w5o1_400We talked to five college seniors to learn about a typical Day in the Life of a college hockey player. It's part of a four-page special section in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hockey News with former Minnesota star Phil Kessel on the cover.

A Day in the Life

Producing Pros On and Off the Ice

2011%20BC%20Hockey%20Grads_3 College Hockey takes great pride in producing NHL players, but how about those who don't continue their playing careers?

Most are doing very well, thank you. In fact, according to the NCAA's Graduation Success Rate (GSR), more than 88% of college hockey players earn their degree. Only four men's sports had better success rates.

Full Story

"It was one of the best decisions I ever made."
- Kevin Bieksa

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Martin St. Louis on his time at Vermont

"For me, college hockey was obviously the best step I could have taken to get to the next level."
Jonathan Toews

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About College Hockey, Inc.
College Hockey, Inc. is a free resource for young players and their families interested in pursuing NCAA Division I hockey. Please feel free to contact us with questions or if we can be of assistance.
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