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CP Dynamo Joins USPHL's High Performance Youth Division

By Brett Bruneteau, 04/21/16, 9:15AM EDT


Boston, MA (April 21, 2016) – The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) announced today that CP Dynamo will compete in the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division for the 2016-17 season.  
Based in Clifton Park, NY,  CP Dynamo Hockey was founded in 2007 on the principles of providing an environment for players to be the best they can be.  This USA Hockey program is tournament bound at the Tier 1 level and focuses on player development, on and off  the ice.  Professional coaching and a very competitive game and tournament schedule are the hallmarks of the program.  CP Dynamo Hockey is proud to be part of the growth and advancement process for our players. 
“The League (USPHL) has built itself, and its players, an unrivaled platform for exposure, opportunity, and player advancement throughout the East Coast, Midwest, and Southern regions of the United States”, stated CP Dynamo President Scott Bobrow. “We are very excited to have our teams competing in the USPHL, and could not be happier to now be offering that platform to our players, and their families.  It will undoubtedly unlock a series of new opportunities.”
The USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division will focus on a unique and innovative player development model that is centered on skill acquisition, pragmatic game scheduling and player retention and advancement.  The youth platform of the USPHL will also provide players an assortment of developmental opportunities unrivaled by any traditional youth hockey league on the east coast.
Youth organizations that will compete in the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division for the 2016-17 season include the New Jersey Rockets, Jersey Hitmen, Westchester Express, Hartford Junior Wolfpack, Richmond Generals, Potomac Patriots, Jersey Shore Whalers, New York Aviators, Hatfield Ice, and P.A.L. Junior Islanders who are affiliated with the NHL’s New York Islanders. 
Bob Crawford, (Hartford Wolf Pack President) former USA Hockey Tier 3 Junior Council Caucus Chairman and New England district director, and Jim Hunt, (Jersey Hitmen President) former NCAA Division 1 head coach and national team coach, will serve as Deputy Commissioners.
The USPHL is currently accepting youth organization applications for the 2016-17 season.  Organizations interested in joining the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division can apply by emailing Leigh Dean at
For more information about the USPHL’s High Performance Youth Division, visit
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The United States Premier Hockey League (, which operates in 18 of the 50 United States, is the nation’s largest amateur ice hockey league.  The league is comprised of 167 teams representing 57 organizations.  Players in the USPHL are 8 to 21 years of age.   Over the past two years, the USPHL has seen over 500 of its players advance to the collegiate level.