Talented Prospects coming to the NAHSHPS!
What is a Prospect Elite Player (PEP)! According to our definition, a PEP in a school setting is a dedicated young student athlete that succeeds academically while practicing different school sports. More and more talented prospects are coming to play at the North American High School Hockey Prospects Showcase (NAHSHPS) events that take place in Ontario, Canada.
An Elite Hockey Player (EHP) is a student athlete that practices the sport of hockey while achieving athletic performance. Do I want to pursue the EHP route? Do I have support from my family, friends, and coaches to become one of the best EHP? Do you have the finances to play at that level? These are several questions that you may ask as a hockey player or parent.
This diagram helps you to understand what is involved when you want to become an EHP. EHP focused on the 11 to 18 year old hockey player. You can search the Internet to learn more about the definition of Perseverance, Confidence, Character, key characteristics of a hockey profile for an EHP:
Becoming an EHP is more than just being about power and size. It is more than being able to skate and control the plays.
Being an EHP model for your peers, you must demonstrate leadership on the ice and off the ice.
You must you must believe in yourself, you must play with confidence and character.
Being a great EHP model, you must know how to play when things are going well but more importantly you must know how to play when things are going poorly.
You must learn how to set goals, reach those goals, play with confidence, improve your focus and so much more.