2007 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 2007 NHL Scouting Combine. The 2007 NHL Combine took place in Toronto with 106 of the top prospects, including 34 European prospects.  See more NHL Entry Draft Combine Results.


Three new fitness testing elements were added to this year's combine, the hexagon test, balance test and a 'standing squat' test (vertical jump with pause?).


Central Scouting have not released the results of the physical testing, except to the NHL member teams. Selected results can be found online

"Swiss strong man: Defenceman Yannick Weber, the Canadiens' second pick in the third round, had the best bench press in the NHL combine. "

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