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USPHL announces rescheduled dates for 2020 NCDC Combines


The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) and its Tier II tuition-free National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC) has announced its rescheduled dates for the 2020 Combine Series.


The Chicago Combine will take place June 13-14, and the Detroit Combine will take place June 25-26.

The Chicago Combine will be held at a newly announced location: the Midwest Training and Ice Center at 10600 White Oak Ave. in Dyer, Ind., located 45 minutes from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

The Detroit Combine will remain at Fraser Hockeyland (34400 Utica Rd.) in Fraser, Mich., located 40 minutes from Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport.

There are still limited openings for each Combine, but register today as these spots will fill up fast. Goaltender spots for both combines are filled, but goalies can request to be on a wait list.

Register for the 2020 Combine Series at

The NCDC Combine Series will feature on-ice game play, as well as opportunities for players to meet coaches from NCDC and USPHL Premier teams and inquire about openings for the 2020-21 season.

The USPHL is committed to holding its events with the health and safety of all players as its top priority, while following all local, state and federal guidelines in place. The format of each combine is also to be determined, based upon these health considerations amid the fluid health situation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

About The USPHL

The United States Premier Hockey League of 2020-21 will be the nation’s largest amateur ice hockey league and the only league to span the continental United States and parts of Canada. The USPHL will field approximately 550 teams representing over 100 organizations comprised of 11,000 players spanning the ages of 6 through 20. Overall, across all of its divisions, the USPHL had more than 1,200 alumni playing college hockey in 2019-20 and more than 250 playing pro hockey, including in the NHL.

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— Joshua Boyd/

(May 10, 2020)

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