TEAM COMCAST COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
Team Comcast is a nationally recognized program that prides itself on the development of its players and the success of its teams.
Our organization prides itself on total player development – both on and off the ice, while maximizing exposure for our players to higher levels of hockey. While accomplishing these goals, we have helped our players to succeed in following their dreams to play Division I, III, and ACHA college hockey. Just in the last few years, Team Comcast has seen 38 of its players commit to division one college hockey programs.
Why our program is so successful
Recognition and Exposure
Due to the success of Team Comcast’s program, its teams, and its players; we continue to draw numerous junior and collegiate level scouts searching for the next wave of talent. On top of this, we work with each of our teams to determine the most strategic approach to exposure for their age group. Our staff continues to seek out the most challenging and competitive events at each birth year for every team. This enables our players to not only develop their skills in a proven system, but a chance to showcase their abilities on a consistent basis throughout the season.
The boys...... praying to their only TRUE loss this season......the life lessons learned this year....will never be forgotten! This is what it’s truly all about! Thank you for making this such an incredibly memorable season! The Tropea Family
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It’s nearly impossible to predict how recent draft picks will pan out, so it makes sense to go back a little ways. In a study of the draft from 2000-2006, College Hockey Inc. noted that 70% of NCAA players drafted in the first round went on to play 300+ career games, while only 57% of players drafted elsewhere accomplished the same.
Watch Bob Mancini, USA Hockey's American Development Model Regional Manager
Team Comcast congratulates current and former players in being selected to the 2014 USHL Draft which occurred May 5-6.
Tyler Maugeri has been named captain of the Princeton University Tigers
After a highly successful season with Team Comcast 18U, Ryan Lohin has now added to his season of accomplishments by accepting an expansion tender with the Madison Capitals of the USHL.