Jr. Reign Invited to compete in prestigious NAPHL for the 2021-2022 season

by Jen Gehringer

{Southern California, March 27, 2021}  -  The Junior Reign Hockey Club is excited to announce that its AAA (Tier 1) and AA (Tier 2) levels have been invited to compete in the prestigious NAPHL. (North American Prospects Hockey League). Celebrating its 12th anniversary season in 2020-21, the North American Prospects Hockey League (NAPHL) is made up of three Divisions: Tier I, Showcase (Tier II), and Prep (High School).

The NAPHL has established itself as one of the premier grounds for development and exposure. The success of teams on the National stage, as well as, the success of NAPHL players at the next levels of hockey, is further proof that the NAPHL is redefining exposure and has elevated itself to one of the premier training grounds for development and opportunity.
The NAPHL has enjoyed a record-breaking amount of advancement in recent seasons, which is highlighted by a large amount of advancement of players to the North American Hockey League (NAHL). No other USA Hockey Midget Tier I league has had more players play in the NAHL over the course of the last two seasons than the NAPHL. 49 players from the NAPHL were tendered to play in the NAHL for the 2019-20 season and this past season even that was surpassed. This past year, 120 NAPHL players played in the North American Hockey League, a remarkable total.

With teams ranging from 6 & Under to 18 & Under at the B, BB, A, AA & AAA levelsthe Junior Reign Hockey Club is the official youth hockey club of the Ontario Reign (AHL), the affiliate of the LA Kings (NHL).

The Junior Reign will have the 12UAA, 14UAA ,16UAA and 18UAA compete in the Showcase division. The 14UAAA, 15OAAA, 16UAAA and 18UAAA teams will be competing in the Tier 1 Elite NAPHL division.

*Jr. Reign tryouts and off season development program registration is launching soon for the Riverside, Carlsbad, and Paramount locations. Players interested in next seasons teams are encouraged to apply at www.jrreign.com so they can work on their skills with Jr. Reign coaches and prepare for tryouts upcoming in June.