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ISS Hockey Announces 2015-16 Mentorship Scout of the Year

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ISS Hockey is proud to announce that the recipient of the “2015-16 Mentorship Scout of the Year” is…

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ISS Names Top Regional Mentorship Scouts

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ISS Hockey is proud to announce the following Mentorship Scouts as the “Top Regional Mentorship Scout” for their respected regional scouting territory.

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HockeyNow: ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible For 2016 NHL Draft – May Countdown

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Our friends at HockeyNow are doing something special with the May Release of ISS Hockey’s Top 30 Prospects. As of May 5th, they will be counting down to #1 by taking a closer look at each player on the May list.

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Hockey Canada: Keep an eye on…ISS Selects Its Players To Watch At The 2016 RBC Cup

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International Scouting Services has selected three players from each of the five teams competing in Lloydminster, Alta./Sask., that it believes are players to watch at the 2016 RBC Cup.

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NHL Network: Phil Myre on NHL Game Day

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Phil Myre, Head U.S. Scout, talked about the upcoming NHL Entry Draft on Sirius XM Canada’s “NHL Game Day” broadcast hosted by Steve Kouleas and Matthew Barnaby, an official NHL Network.

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TSN 1040 Vancouver: Dennis MacInnis – Puljujarvi well-rounded and that bumps him ahead of Laine

The Sekeres and Price Show on TSN 1040 Sports Radio in Vancouver Canada heard from Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis on Friday May 6th, 2016. Hosts, Matt Sekeres and Blake Price, discussed on air the 2016 ISS Draft Rankings with MacInnis. To hear the full interview:

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Penticton Western News: Vees Jost and Fabbro in ISS top-30 rankings

Featured in Penticton Western News, Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis speaks on BCHL players Tyson Jost and Dante Fabbro. “Jost was outstanding from start to finish and Canada’s best player during recent U18 Championship,” said MacInnis. “One of the most skilled players in this year’s draft. He is a fun playerRead the Rest…

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Hockey’sFuture: 2016 NHL Draft – Trio at top of draft rankings remains unchanged for ISS, CSS

The scouting arm of the NHL, NHL Central Scouting (CSS), released their final rankings for the 2016 NHL Draft in April. ISS Hockey (ISS), on the other hand, is still releasing their monthly rankings, with their final ranking yet to come in early June. Of course, there will definitely beRead the Rest…

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ISS Hockey May Release: Rising and Falling

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ISS Hockey released ISS Top 30 for May, rankings of top prospects for the 2016 NHL Draft on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016. Showcasing the rising and falling prospects within May’s release.

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ISS Hockey Releases ISS Top 30 For May

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With its May release of the ISS Top 30, ISS Hockey reveals a preview of the final NHL Draft rankings to be published early June in the industry leading ISS NHL Draft Guide

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Ottawa Sun: Senators could target Windsor Spitfires’ Logan Brown in NHL Draft

Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis, adds to the recent article from Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun. MacInnis speaks about the left handed Centre from the Windsor Spitfires, Logan Brown. “We kind of put ourselves in the position of the 31st NHL team, making this decision,” said MacInnis, who estimatesRead the Rest…

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The New York Times: A Hockey Bond for Father, Sons and Honorary Cousin

For the Nylanders, hockey is a family business. Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis, speaks about Alexander’s following in William’s footsteps in the NHL, in an article recently written by Dhiren Mahiban of The New York Times. MacInnis states that he has seen considerable improvements in Alexander’s game since the worldRead the Rest…

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ISS Hockey April Release: Rising and Falling

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ISS Hockey released ISS Top 30 for April, rankings of top prospects for the 2016 NHL Draft on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016. The following is a showcase of rising and falling prospects within April’s release:     RISING Brett Howden (Moose Jaw, WHL) Not flashy at all but just plays aRead the Rest…

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ISS Hockey Releases ISS Top 30 For April

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As the season winds down, Matthews (#1), Puljujarvi (#2) and Laine (#3) remain as Top 3 in the ISS Top 30 April Release

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Yahoo! Sports Canada: Snubbed in 2015, Lethbridge Hurricanes’ Brayden Burke eyes second chance on NHL draft floor

ISS Hockey’s ranked him 169th overall this past month and peg him to be a potential late-round pick; Dennis MacInnis speaks about Burke’s game play

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ISS Hockey March Release: Rising and Falling

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ISS Hockey released ISS Top 30 for March, rankings of top prospects for the 2016 NHL Draft on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016. This is a showcase of rising and falling prospects within March’s release.

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ISS Hockey Releases ISS Top 30 For March

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Matthews continues to establish himself as the Top Prospect for 2016 NHL Draft; Alexander Nylander jumps into Top 5

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National Post: Canadian prospects not at top of class for 2016 NHL Draft, but its just one of those years

ISS Hockey’s Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis, featured in National Post’s article by Michael Traikos. MacInnis recaps the limited Canadians in top of 2016 NHL Draft class.

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ISS Hockey February Release: Rising and Falling

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ISS Hockey released ISS Top 30 for February, rankings of top prospects for the 2016 NHL Draft on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016. The following is a showcase of rising and falling prospects within February’s release.

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ISS Hockey Releases ISS Top 30 For February

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February release of the ISS Top 30 shows consistent Top 5 ranks; Fitzpatrick and Woll snatch #1 and #2 goalie rankings.

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