Split-season fall hockey will give college coaches and scouts the chance to see some of the top Canadian newcomers coming to play prep school or midget hockey in the region.
There will be several Canadian prospects, new to playing in the Northeast region, getting plenty of attention this fall. While Kimball Union, Salisbury and other top prep school programs have long attracted coveted prospects from north of the border, a newcomer on the scene has raised the stakes.
Mount Saint Charles Hockey Academy will begin playing this fall. The Woonsocket, R.I., Catholic junior and high school has been a perennial powerhouse in Rhode Island school boy puck for years. Now, the school has gotten into the bantam and Midget game, fielding teams at the 18-U, 16-U, 15 Only, and 14-U levels.
With fall split season hockey starting this week with the River Rats Jamboree, ECC Labor Day Cup and Tier 1 Labor Day Face Off, here’s a look at 10 top Canadian newcomers to the region: