The Eels Are The Most Aggressive College Placement Program in Junior Hockey
The Florida Eels Have Advanced An Unprecedented 236 Players Into College. The Florida Eels are the pinnacle of Premier and Elite Junior Hockey. Moreover our players average over $25,000 in scholarships and grants per year. That is over $100,000 for four years. This year alone with 12 plus players advancing to college this season our players will garner in excess of $300,000 per year and over a million dollars during their 4 years.
Both our Elite and Premier teams advanced to the USPHL Nationals. We have a direct Affiliation with its NCDC Affiliate the Islanders Hockey Club.
The USPHL is the best league in the Nation. 2,500+ NCAA Division. 1 and 3 Alumni. 1,100 currently playing college hockey. Those are incredible numbers. Only the USHL has more. Simply put the USPHL is known as a college placement league. No other Tier II or Tier III Junior league can come close its accomplishments.
Every year the Eels are at the top of their Divisions and perform incredibly at playoffs
GM Frank Scarpaci often echoes, “ The true statistic in judging a team is how many players a program places in college.”
The Eels Program is all about player development. As you can see some programs say this but the Eels go beyond lip service… it defines excellence.
This is what the Eels are all about: Player Development; and move players to college. It is most impressive to see our program accomplish this mission.
The Eels no doubt have a rich and storied history of college placement. To date the Eels have 236 alumni who have gone on to play college hockey.These include some of the most prestigious schools in the USA.
The following colleges have committed to our players:
Adrian College NCAA DIV. III
Alabama Huntsville NCAA DIV. I
Albertus Magnus College NCAA Div. III
Aurora University NCAA DIV. III
Arizona State University ACHA
Babson College NCAA DIV. III
Becker College NCAA DIV. III
Bentley College NCAA DIV. I
BETHAL College NCAA DIV. III
Boston College NCAA DIV. I
Boston University NCAA DIV. I
Buffalo State NCAA DIV. III
Bryant University ACHA
Canisius College NCAA DIV. I
Castleton State College NCAA DIV. III
Colby College NCAA DIV. III
Colorado State University ACHA
Columbia University ACHA
Concordia University Wisconsin NCAA DIV. III
Curry College NCAA DIV. III
Daniel Webster University NCAA DIV. III
Davenport University ACHA Div. I
Drexel University ACHA
Finlandia University NCAA DIV. III
Fitchburg State University NCAA DIV. III
Florida Atlantic University ACHA
Florida State University ACHA
Framingham State University NCAA DIV. III
Franklin Pierce University NCAA DIV. II
Florida Gulf Coast University ACHA
Grand Valley State University ACHA
Hamilton College NCAA DIV. III
Hamline University NCAA DIV. III
Hobart College NCAA DIV. III
Hudson Valley Comm. College
Indiana University ACHA
Johnson and Wales University NCAA DIV. III
Lake Forrest College NCAA DIV. III
Superior State College NCAA DIV. I
Lawrence University NCAA DIV. III
Lebanon Valley College NCAA DIV. III
Lewis University ACHA
Manhattanville College NCAA DIV. III
Merrimack College NCAA DIV. I
Michigan State University NCAA DIV. I
MIKWAKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING NCAA DIV. III
Minnesota State University NCAA DIV. I
New England College NCAA DIV. III
New York University ACHA
Nicholas College NCAA DIV. III
Northeastern University NCAA DIV. I
Northern Arizona University ACHA
Northern Illinois University ACHA
Northland College NCAA DIV. III
Post University NCAA DIV II
Plymouth State University NCAA DIV II
Sacred Heart University NCAA DIV. I
Salem State University NCAA DIV. III
Salve Regina University NCAA DIV. III
Skidmore College NCAA DIV. III
Slippery Rock University ACHA
Southern New Hampshire University
St. Anselum NCAA DIV. II
St Mary’s College NCAA DIV. III
Stevenson University NCAA DIV. III
SUNY Brockport NCAA DIV. III
SUNY Broome NCAAA Jr. College
SUNY Canton NCAA DIV. III
SUNY Plattsburg NCAA DIV. III
Thomas College ACHA Div. II
Townsend College ACHA
Trine University NCAA Div. III and ACHA Div. II
U Mass Boston NCAA DIV. III
U Mass Lowell NCAA DIV. I
University of Central Florida ACHA
University of Connecticut ACHA
University of Florida ACHA
University of Indiana PA
University of North Colorado ACHA
University of Maine NCAA DIV. I
University of Maryland ACHA
University of Maryland Baltimore ACHA
University of Minnesota ACHA
University of New Hampshire NCAA DIV. I
University of Notre Dane NCAA DIV. I
University of Oklahoma ACHA
University of Rhode Island University ACHA
University of Central Florida ACHA
University of Southern Maine NCAA DIV. III
University of Southern New Hampshire ACHA
University of Vermont NCAA DIV. I
University of Wisconsin NCAA DIV. I
Utica College NCAA DIV. III ACHA
West Michigan State University ACHA
Westfield State University NCAA DIV. III
Worcester State University NCAA DIV. III
Additionally, four Eel players have been drafted into the NHL (Teddy Ruth, (Notre Dame) (Washington Capitals now with the Columbus Blue Jackets) RJ Boyd(Michigan State Univ.) (Florida Panthers) Brad Peltz(Yale) (Ottawa Senators) Cam Darcy (Northeastern Univ.) drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning 2014 and another three were in attendance at NHL Prospects camps Malcolm Lyles(Florida Panthers), and Bennet Sneider(NY Islanders) and Clay WhittTampa Bay Lightning.
The Eels continue to be the pinnacle of excellence. Don’t you feel YOU deserve this?
9 FEB | BY FRANK SCARPACI
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Here is an example of the Florida Eels Junior Program We Bring Our Coaching and Teams To The Next level in Junior Hockey Check Out our Analytics We bring you the highest levels of coaching
Coaches often get it wrong "They tell players they will make you 25% better if you play for them" The Eels try to make our players 1% better every time they hit the ice - practice every game Do the math that is 200 times = 200 %
The difference between being a top end player and the one who floats in the middle - is the player who develops his intuitive knowledge. Well how does a player develop this Hockey IQ. How do you gain this hockey IQ or Hockey Sense? He needs to attend: The Hockey University. Where are these classes held? The Classroom is your living room broadcasted via your TV. Yes the lessons are watching games. Over and over and over. Young players fail to do this on a regular basis. Sure they watch the games and look at highlights of specular plays but that isn't what is needed. You need to WATCH the game. You don't need to master plays and drills. You need to know what to do in game situations. Some of you get what i am saying and for some, unfortunately it is going over the rafters.
The Florida Eels are proud to announce that ALEX QUINTAL has committed to WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY ACHA Division I hockey program. ALEX is the 9th college commitment for this season. He marks the 242nd Florida Eels Alumni to advance to college
NCAA legislation approved today by the Division I Council will significantly change the recruiting calendar for college hockey teams and players. This issue has been on the table for the better part of two years, and was first discussed by CHN at length last November.
The most significant change regards verbal commitments, which now will not be allowed until August 1 of a player's junior year of high school.
While the National Letter of Intent locks a recruit in to a school, that doesn't come until a player's senior year of high school. However, teams could give a "verbal commit" offer to a player at any time. Over the years, college hockey has seen players verbally commit at younger and younger ages.
Another change involves the timing of when coaches can contact players.
Coaches were always prevented from initiating contact with prospective players until Jan. 1 of their sophomore year of high school. But a player could always initiate the contact on their own, which would then lead to verbal commits. Now, a coach may not talk to any player until Jan. 1 of the sophomore year, even if the player tries to initiate the contact. Unofficial visits are also barred.
“The college hockey community recognized recruiting has accelerated to a point that isn’t healthy for prospects, our programs or the sport as a whole,” NCHC commissioner Josh Fenton, who led a committee of commissioners, coaches, and administrators that developed the rule change proposal, said to College Hockey Inc. “Our underlying goal is to improve the recruiting landscape for prospects, families and coaches, and we believe these changes will make a significant impact.”
The rule changes for men’s hockey recruiting vary slightly from another set of changes approved for most other NCAA sports, including women’s hockey. Each call for two recruiting periods, with the men’s hockey dates including the following:
The changes will take effect May 1, which means that some players who have already verbally committed to schools, may be too young to continue interaction with those schools until Jan. 1.
“As a coach, I’m very excited about these proposed changes,” Minnesota-Duluth head coach Scott Sandelin told CHI. “As a parent of a hockey player who went through the recruiting process, I’m even more excited. A 14- or 15-year old shouldn’t feel the pressure of deciding what college they want to attend.”
In other sports, contact will not be allowed until Aug. 1 of the player's upcoming junior year of high school. But hockey was able to succesfully get that pushed back to Jan. 1 of the sophomore year, accounting for the sport's unique circumstance of competing against Canadian Major Junior leagues for players.
“Our sport faces unique challenges in recruiting but our committee, and the men’s hockey community as a whole, did not want that to deter us from making a positive change for all involved,” Fenton said. “We feel strongly that these changes strike the right balance, allowing for a recruitment period to take place prior to a prospect making a significant decision while also slowing down the recruiting process.”
On a story at CHI, the NHL expressed its support of the changes.
“We are confident that rules which support and promote college contacts later in a player’s development will reduce many of the unnecessary pressures felt by young hockey players, and will provide them better and more enjoyable experiences playing the game," NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said. "These are precisely the types of changes that hockey organizations like the NCAA and the NHL pledged to pursue when we signed onto Hockey’s Declaration of Principles.”
Folks as all of you know off ice Strength and Conditioning Training is just as important as ice sessions for players to reach the Next Level in high level hockey. This is why so much attention is given at the USA National team and NCAA Div. I and III college hockey programs. Indeed, it is during the off season that players need to build strength in their upper and lower body, to increase endurance and develop explosive speed.
Good luck to Eels alumnus Kellen Crowther as Marian University begins their competition in the ACHA D2 National Tournament. They are currently competing in their first game of the Round Robin against Florida Gulf Coast University.
USPHL advanced 2,500 players to college hockey
USPHL has over 1,100 players actively playing college hockey
Florida Eels provides Its players over 600 hours of training annually
Florida Eels plays in 44 regular season league games 20+ extra scrimmages during the season 4 in season showcases 2 post season showcases.
Florida Eels has advanced 233 players to college hockey programs
Our Coaches are amongst the best in Junior Hockey. Head Coach Frankie Scarpaci has over 200 wins as a head coach or assistant coach in the league.
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There are thousands of scholarships and over a billion dollars in scholarships grants and prizes
So many of our Eels players and alumni have garnered thousands of dollars in funds
Together with Fastweb team apps that we send out almost every day Each day i send you scholarship info You need to get on these.
No other program works as hard as we do in advancing our players to college and assisting them getting-scholarships-than the Eels
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Test Centers and Dates for the revised TOEFL® Paper-delivered Test
See a list of Test Locations and Dates or check the online registration system for the latest information.
Not all test centers are open for every test date.
Test Dates and Deadlines
Test Dates Mail-in Registration Deadline Online Registration Deadline
13 Oct 2018 27 Aug 2018 14 Sep 2018
10 Nov 2018 24 Sep 2018 12 Oct 2018
9 Feb 2019 24 Dec 2018 11 Jan 2019
13 Apr 2019 25 Feb 2019 15 Mar 2019
Note The Dean of Sylvan Learning Center will be visiting the Ft Myers Skatium on Monday September 10th at 2:34 pm. All players are required to attend this session. They are experts in this field and you should hear their presentation.
1) College Hockey Is a process. It takes time determination and patience
2) All players need to take SAT or ACT (and I recommend both).
Foreign players are strongly urged to take the Tofel test as well. Tofel however is NOT and replacement or substitute for SAT or ACT testing. It is only a supplement or augmentation to reflect and demonstrate your abilities to comprehend the English language and your proficiency to understand English for college level work.
a) Formal Prep for test: High school, specialize schools. In person example, Sylvan Learning Centers.
b) Online prep classes Princeton Review Kaplan etc. Google search
c) Purchase Study aides Kaplan Princeton and a ½ dozen others
d) You must spend minimum of 2-3 hours per day studying for SAT ACT. Example, One Day Math one day Language One day reading. These test have so much info. There are new versions of the test so you cannot take it for granted that you do not need a program of study. You cannot do this alone!!!!!!!
e) Every week you must take a practice test. No ifs ands or buts
3) Have your school go on and obtain NCAA Clearinghouse. This is Mandatory if you are going NCAA Div. 1 Men’s ice hockey
4) High School and Part time college grades. You Need to obtain a copy of your transcripts whether you graduated or not. When you make formal application to a college you will need an official transcript sent form the college. You cannot personally send it. It must come directly from the college. It must have an official seal. Do not assume the college sent it. 50% or better colleges fail to send it on a timely basis. This can cost you admissions and financial aide. You need to verify they sent it and that the college received it.
5) Target schools look at multiple schools these man s for academics, right fit Hockey wise. You should identify 10 colleges 3-4 wish list 3-4 medium and 2 sure things. Then the Eels coaches will augment this list by 5+ The Eels GM will add an additional ½ dozen. This means we will start with approximately 20 colleges.
6) Review the extensive materials provided in this meeting
7) Players need to send a preliminary letter to admissions department copy the college coaches. Then send a letter of interest see forms being supplied.
8) Start making videos and upload to YouTube. No waiting. See Hayden Haldane. He has experience making these.
9) Bi-weekly meetings with Eels GM
10) Write a personalize essay for colleges
11) Review college scholarship hand books
12) Carefully review all team app Fast web scholarship
13) Review of info provided
14) Obtain email addresses of each college coach you wish to target
15) Write formal letter to college coaches. CC with an email. But they cannot delete a letter you send them
16) Send follow up email with videos attached
17) Write to ach coach before showcases. Send a post showcase email
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How to Email College Coaches
How to email college coaches.
Sending an introductory email to a college coach can get your foot in the door with a program you’re interested in and give a coach the opportunity to conduct their initial evaluation of you. However, emailing college coaches as a means to get discovered isn’t as effective as it was five years ago. Coaches are getting hundreds—if not thousands—of emails from recruits. Simply sending an email isn’t enough to get a coach’s attention. You need to create clear, concise emails with attention-grabbing subject lines to give yourself a chance at the coach opening your email, reading it and responding.
Before you start firing off emailing college coaches across the country, there are a few specific details you need to know first. Here’s a rundown of what we’ll be covering to help you better understand how to email college coaches:
Craft a subject line
Personalize the body of the email
Use our email templates
Edit your email thoroughly
What subject line is best when emailing college coaches?
In talking about how to email college coaches, the subject line always comes up as one of the most critical pieces of the email. Without an eye-catching subject line, a coach won’t even open your perfectly crafted email.
To get started on writing your subject line, there’s a few key pieces of information you need to include: Your grad year, your position, state (if you’re emailing a local coach) and a piece of information that’s unique about you. Do you have a lightning fast 40-yard dash time? Are you looking at an academic-focused school that will be impressed with your ACT score? If you compete in a sport in which club teams are really important, consider adding in your club team and/or the tournament you’ll be at next. Once you determine that, take a look at just a few examples of well-crafted subject lines:
2020 Linebacker, 6’2” 220lbs, 4.6 40yd dash
2018 LH Pitcher, 90 MPH FB, 33 ACT
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Here are a few general tips to consider when creating your subject line for emailing college coaches:
Think about what would be important to the coach. Generic subject lines like “football recruit” or “looking to play for you” and even “talented high school football prospect” are going to blend into the background of the coach’s inbox. Instead, do you have an interesting stat? Do you play a unique position? Is your height and weight important for your sport and position?
Keep your subject line to 50 characters or less. Coaches are on the go and probably read the majority of their emails on their phone. An extremely lengthy subject line will only get cut off, so you need to maximize the space you have.
Use numbers and stats in your subject line. We’ve hinted at this before, but including key stats in your subject line can really make an impact. Plus, numbers set your subject line apart from all the words crowding the coach’s inbox.
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What to say when emailing a college coach
You’ve laid down the ground work, now it’s time to write the email! Think about your email like an inverted pyramid (https://www.getvero.com/resources/inverted-pyramid-method/). The top of the email is where you need to grab the coach’s attention. You can use a stat about the team that interested you or why you’d like to play for them. The next section is to give a little more information about yourself and to show the coach why you would be a good fit for their program. Here is the key information you want to be sure to include when emailing college coaches:
Your general information: Name, graduation year, high school and club name
Academics: GPA, test scores, if they would be important information for the coach you’re emailing
Athletics: sports specific stats and relevant measurables
Contact information: your phone number and email, as well as the contact information for your coaches
The last section should be giving them a specific next step, such as letting the coach know you will be giving them a call at a specific date and time or inviting them to come see you compete. Whatever you do, avoid sending mass, generic emails out to all the coaches you want to contact when emailing college coaches. The coach will know if you took the time to personalize your email, and it will make a difference. Coaches want to recruit players who are genuinely interested in their program—most don’t have the time and resources to recruit an athlete who is not likely to commit to their school.
How to start an email to a college coach
Similar to your subject line, your opening needs to be attention-grabbing. Depending on the type of school and the coach—here’s where your research comes into play—your opening will change. If you’re looking at academically-focused schools, lead with how impressed you are by their academic record when emailing the college coach. If you’re emailing a school with a winning record, point out that you’d love to be part of such a successful legacy. There are numerous reasons you would be emailing a college coach. Here are a few examples of ways to open an email:
“I wanted to connect with you after speaking with Amber Brown, an athlete on your team. She told me about your coaching style and I believe that, based on your emphasis on work ethic and training, I would be a great fit for your program.”
“I’ve been following your program for a while, and recently found an article about you that inspired me. I wanted to connect with you because I think that I would be a great addition to your team.”
“In researching your program, I noticed that you will be graduating 5 seniors this year. I would love to help bridge the gap left by those departing seniors.”
How much information do I need to include in my email to college coaches?
This is an introductory email, so you don’t need to give the coach your whole history. Instead, tease a few key stats that you think this coach would be interested in knowing. Are you the ideal height and weight for your position? Include that. Do you have an outstanding GPA and test scores and you’re emailing an academically-focused coach? Include that. Also, make sure you include contact information for your current coaches: your club coach, high school coach, persona trainers, and anyone else that you have worked with for your sport. Then, link off to your NCSA recruiting profile where the coach can find your highlight video, all your stats and your personal statement.
At the end of your email, tell the coach what you’re going to do next
At the end, you want to specifically let the coach know what you’ll be doing next. If you’re planning on following up the email with a call, let them know to expect a call from you in the next few days. If you’d like to visit their campus, tell them you will give them a call to schedule a time to connect. You don’t need to use generic language like, “If you’re interested, feel free to call, email or text me.” If the coach is interested, they will contact you. Instead, tell them the next step you’re going to take, and then what they need to do in response.
Insider tip: Turn on your “read receipt” function to see if a coach has opened our email. This feature is really helpful for athletes who are too young to be contacted by a coach yet. Read receipts will let you know if a coach has received and opened your email, so you can be sure to follow up accordingly. Learn more about how you can enable this feature for your next email.
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Sample email 1—Athletic-focused email
Dear Coach Smith,
I’ve been following your team for a while now, and was really impressed by your team’s performance in the championship game last year—congratulations! I wanted to connect with you because I would love to be part of this competitive team.
My name is Jane Doe and I’m a 6’2” forward at Generic High School in Chicago, IL. I was recently honored by being been named the Gatorade Player of the Year. I am currently a starter on my AAU basketball team and am a four-year varsity starter for my high school team. I think that my work ethic and talent would be a great match for your program.
For the rest of my athletic stats, highlight video, academic stats and personal statement, please visit my online profile at: [link to NCSA profile].
I will be competing in an AAU tournament near you on September. 5, 2017, with my first game at 1p.m. CT. I would really appreciate it if you would could see me compete in person.
Class of 2018
Senior | Forward | 6’2”
Generic High School, Chicago, IL
Online profile: www.recruit-match.com
Phone number: 555-555-1234
Social media @janedoe_forward
Sample email 2—Academic-focused email
Dear Coach Johnson,
I’m really impressed by your athletes’ dedication to both their athletics and academics. I noticed that you not only have a winning record, but you have set the school record for graduating the most athletes! As an aspiring college athlete, I am driven to excel both athletically and academically, and I believe I would be a great fit for your program.
My name is John Smith and I’m a left-handed pitcher with an 85-MPH fastball. My biggest asset is that I’m a team player who focuses both on the field and in the classroom. I’m currently in the top 5% of my class with a 4.0 GPA and a 32 ACT. I’d like to major in prelaw, and I’ve been researching your school’s well-known prelaw program.
You can view my profile for more information about my athletic and academic qualifications, as well as my skills video here: www.myNCSAprofile.org.
I’m planning a trip to visit your campus this September, and I would love to meet you or another member of your coaching staff. Can you please let me know if you have any availability to meet with me? I will also be calling you tomorrow at 5p.m. CT to schedule a meeting!
Class of 2018
Senior LH Pitcher
GPA: 4.0 | ACT: 32
Generic High School, Chicago, IL
Online profile: www.myNCSAprofile.org
Phone number: 333-555-1234
Social media @john_leftpitcher
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Before you send, edit, edit, edit
You’re so close to sending that email, but before you do, run spell check and re-read. A great way to catch strange wording or grammar errors is to read your email out loud. When you hear a phrase that sounds wrong, you’ll know you need to fix it. You can also cut and paste your email into Google Translate and listen for any errors.
Still not sure if the email is error free? Have your parents take a look to double check. Make sure that you have included all your contact information, your call to action and a link to your full recruiting profile
Insider tip: Try sending your email between 4-8 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday. Our data show that this is the best time to send an email to college coaches.
Congratulations—now you know how to email college coaches, from the research to the subject line, from address to the email body! But your work is not done yet.
The Florida Eels Junior Program Is Thrilled to Announce That Former NHL Star and 3 Time Stanley Cup Champion Don Awrey Will Be Assisting The Eels Coaching Staff in the Selecting the Florida Eels “Defensemen of the Week Award”
Don Awrey is a 17-year veteran of the NHL and 3 time Stanley Cup winner ( Boston and Montreal) He was one of the premier defensive defensemen in the NHL during his tenue. He was one of Bobby Orr’s defensive partners for over a decade. He is a true student of the game. Indeed, Don has played with and against the best players in the NHL. The Eels are honored to have him as its Defensemen evaluator. He will provide his advice on our weekly selection.
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Guys the primary reason why you play Junior hockey is so you develop and advance on to the Next Level. For most players that is college. Well, as one of my players just realized he reached the Next Level when recently while he was up in Boston for the Showcases, he received an email and text from his new college coach and the coach asked:
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Folks I cannot describe the look on my player’s face…filled with such emotion and excitement. This is what it is all about. This is the reason why players come to the Florida Eels Junior program. One cannot describe what it is like….As parents, teammates and future players, we promise to get you there as we have for 220 of our Alumni.
This was clearly the high point of our weekend. More important than any win or goal that was scored.
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*Euro Style Sponsor: $3,000.00
The Company would provide 4-5 inch company logo patches to be affixed to all players’ Shells This sponsorship would continue for 2 seasons. (Cost $3,000.00)
Full page Ad in Eels Junior Hockey Program Book. Over 3,000 distributions.
Gold Package: $1,300.00
Web Site only: $500.00
Ad in www. Floridaeelsjrhockey.com
Full Page Ad $700.00 Discounted to $500.00 if order is placed by October 1st 2018
This is a Full page Ad in Eels Junior Hockey Program Book. Over 3,000 distributions.
Half Page Ad $500.00 Discounted to $300.00 if order is placed by October 1st 2018
This is a 1/2 page Ad in Eels Junior Hockey Program Book. Over 3,000 distributions.
Business Card Ad $200.00 Discounted to $125.00 if order is placed by October 1st 2017
This is a 1/2 page Ad in Eels Junior Hockey Program Book. Over 3,000 distributions.