2004 NHL Entry Draft Combine Results

The annual NHL Entry Draft combine assessment involves interviews, medical screenings, and fitness tests over a four-day period.

Here are the results of the fitness assessments (See details of the testing procedures) for the 2004 NHL Scouting Combine. See more NHL Entry Draft Combine Results.

Below is a table of the average results of all players tested in 2004.
Body Composition
Height (ft:in) 6:1.4
Weight (lb) 192
Sum of 6 Skinfolds (mm) 61.6
Yuhasz % Body Fat 9.4
Musculoskeletal Fitness
Sit & Reach (cm) 38
Curl-Ups (max consecutive #) 24
Vertek Vertical Jump (in) 25
Vertek Leg Power (ft-lb/sec) 1110
Jump Mat Vertical Jump (in) 22
Jump Mat Leg Power (ft-lb/sec) 1045
Standing Long Jump (in) 100
Hand Grip - Rt (lb) 129
Hand Grip - Lt (lb) 125
Bench Press (150 lb - # of reps) 10
Bench Press (lb/lb body weight) 8
Push-Ups (max consecutive #) 24
Push-Ups x Body Weight (lb) 4608
Push Strength (lb) 233
Push Strength (lb/lb body weight) 1.2
Pull Strength (lb) 258
Pull Strength (lb/lb body weight) 1.4
Upper Body Power 4 kg Ball (in) 200
Anaerobic Fitness
Peak Power Output (Watts) * 1044
Peak Power Output (Watts/kg) 12
Mean Power Output (Watts) * 822
Mean Power Output (Watts/kg) 9.4
Fatigue Index (% Drop-off from Peak) 39.6
Average Overall RPM 399
Aerobic Fitness
VO2max (litres.min-1) * 5.03
VO2max (ml.kg-1.min-1) 57.8


the 2004-5 figures are derived from the document; Gledhill, N. and Jamnik, V. Detailed Assessment Protocols For NHL Entry Draft Players, York University, Toronto 2007.

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