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Sting Announce Strategic Partnership with MCN Sports Management

By Northern Sting, 11/08/19, 11:00AM EST

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The Northern Sting are pleased to announce a strategic partnership with MCN Sports Management. MCN is led by Dave LoPresti, former collegiate player at Boston University and former Assistant Coach at New Hampton School. Dave now advises young hockey players on career choices and also sends teams to international tournaments.

MCN currently is looking for 2007/2008 born players to compete in the U13 World Cup Tournament being held April 5-13, 2020 in Paris and Tours, France. The tournament package includes:

Hotels in Paris and Tours 

A private coach bus for the week

A private guide for the week

Breakfast each day

4 group meals

Players and coaches will receive meals after each tournament game

All sightseeing tours. Includes: visit to either Eiffel Tower or the Louvre, Visit to Chateau Chenonceau. Wine tasting, tour of Paris, 

All hockey cost, 2 times on the ice in Paris, 7 tournament games. 

Host family accommodations while in Tours. 

Locker room for the week. 

Skills competition

Tournament 'tasting' with all teams. 

Parents admissions into the tournament. 

Uniform package for player. Jerseys, socks, shells, team bag and team warm up suits. 

Cost is $3000 per player and $2850 per non player. Fundraising and raffle options available.

Please contact northernsting@gmail.com or dlopresti@mcnsportsadvising.com for more information, including a sample itinerary for the U13 team in France. Last year's MCN USA team won the tournament with a perfect 9-0 record.

MCN also competes in the U15 Mountain Cup in Milan and Turin, Italy (mid-late April) and the Finland Lions Cup (U16, U18, and U20) which is held every December, April and August. MCN is also working on hosting a 2007 team from China in New England in August 2020. More details to follow.

The Sting and MCN are looking forward to working together to provide players with unrivaled access to some of the worlds top competitions for many years to come.

Check out https://www.mcnsportsadvising.com/ for more information.