A majority of the top prospects for the 2019 NHL Draft will gather at the HarborCenter in Buffalo, N.Y. this week for the 2019 NHL Scouting Combine.
New York and New Jersey will be well represented with 10 natives and one other player committed to play college hockey within the region. In total, 104 prospects will be in Buffalo for the six-day long event.
Beginning Monday, NHL teams are allowed to have one-on-one interviews with the prospects. The majority of the physical testing is Saturday after players are cleared through a medical screening.
Standing height, wingspan, standing long jump, bench press, pro agility test, pull ups, and Wingate Cycle Ergometer are seven of the 11 tests that prospects will go through, mostly on Saturday.