The WHL Prospect Combine is a two-day event offering testing analysis, skill development and exposure:
On-Ice Testing & Off-Ice Testing
Complete on-ice testing session featuring the same comprehensive tests performed at all WHL Combine testing events, including the Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, WHL Team Testing, Provincial High Performance Camps, WHL U.S. Combine Camp powered by Under Armour, Western Prospects Bantam Showcase and more.
WHL Information Session
The WHL Information Session is hosted by WHL staff, who discuss all you need to know about the WHL. How to get there, what are teams and scouts looking for in an athlete, WHL Scholarship Program, how the draft works etc. An incredible opportunity for parents and athletes to Q&A directly with WHL staff.
Player Development Info Session
Hosted by professional. Learn about the latest player development trends and what you can be doing to take your game to the next level, and reach your highest potential as an athlete. A beneficial opportunity for parents and athletes to Q&A directly with professional player development rep.
On-Ice Skill & Testing Development Session
Learn and improve on crucial skill sets necessary to execute to your best ability at future testing events and perform at your highest potential in practice and games.
Off-Ice Skill & Testing Development Session
Hosted by a professional athletic trainer. Learn and improve on crucial skill sets necessary to execute to your best ability at future testing events, and perform at your highest potential in off-season training.
End of Camp Game
There’s no better way to cap off a full weekend of hard work and learning, than with a structured game!
The value doesn’t end here, upon completion of a WHL Prospects Combine, you receive the following:
If you are:
See also: Cancellation Policy
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