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Rochester, NY Producing Talent

(Pictured: Sam Sedia) – “Elite level training” has been the common response from upper level junior and college program coaches and scouts about the talent swing in Rochester, NY. That, coupled with ethical, honest, and legitimate advisory services for players looking to move to the next level of the game is what separates NEHDA from the pack. In the next week, NEHDA will be making a major announcement with reference to our new division.

Congratulations to Rochestarians Sam Sedia and Jeremy Swartz.
Name: Sam Sedia
Birth Year: 2000
Position: Forward
Team: Rochester Americans U18

Name: Jeremy Swartz
Birth Year: 2000
Position: Defense
Team: Buffalo Jr. Sabres U18

North American Hockey League
Northeast Generals

North American Hockey League
Minnesota Wilderness

Sam Sedia was featured on JuniorHockey.com
Both Sam and Jeremy received AP contracts from these NAHL teams due to their current minor hockey status. The North American Hockey League (NAHL) is the only USA Hockey Sanctioned Tier II Tuition Free Junior League in the United States and is considered the 2nd highest level of Junior Hockey in America. The NAHL is responsible for a very large number of NCAA Division 1 hockey players which is the goal of both of these prospects.
North American Showcase is scheduled for May 25th – 27th 2018 and will be held at NY’s premier hockey facility Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex. Both Sam and Jeremy will be participating in the event with Group 1. The who’s who of the Rochester Hockey landscape will be in attendance along with exceptional talent from across North America with birth years ranging from 2000-2004. Sanctioned Tier I & II (USA) and Junior A & B (Canada) Tuition Free Junior Hockey Programs like the USHL, NAHL, BCHL, and SJHL, along with NCAA D1-D3 coaches and scouts will be in attendance – many of them already confirmed.
The HHG North American Showcase is structured to meet all NCAA Guidelines

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