The CCM Hockey Showcase is the #1 scout and coach attended Junior A Showcase in the U.S. Last year we had 400 Bantam-Midget AAA/AA and Junior A/B players and 125+ coaches and scouts in attendance from 21 different North American leagues, and now 14 different countries.
Make no mistake, the CCMHS is a Junior Hockey Showcase, not a pro hockey showcase. The purpose of the CCMHS is to provide avenues for our participants to move on to Junior, and then NCAA College, hockey. Because of this focus, our recruiting efforts are focused on bringing in the best Junior and NCAA coaches and scouts possible.
Over the past 20+ years, the management team behind the CCM Showcase have moved 1,000+ kids on to Junior A, Major Junior, the USNDTP, NCAA Hockey and even Europe. And while development and exposure is what we are known for, we are not here to put a 16-year old in the NHL. We are here to connect them to coaches that will help them move them on to Junior and then NCAA, Hockey.
By attending the CCM Hockey Showcase you are ensuring that your name, talents and stats will get into the hands of the coaches and scouts that can help you make the jump to the next stage of your career.
All Showcase games will be held at the the Ice Centre at the Promenade in Westminster, CO (a northern suburb of Denver).
Ice Centre at the Promenade
10710 Westminster Blvd
Westminster, CO 80020
The 2022 CCM Hockey Showcase is for 2002-2007 Birth Year AA, AAA and Junior A/B players. After registering, every single player will be vetted to ensure they are currently playing at the appropriate level prior to being accepted to the event.
Each team/player will participate in 4 games during the weekend. All games will be 75 minutes long and consist of a 5-minute warm-up and three (3), 20-minute running time periods. All games will be refereed by 2 certified refs and will play according to USA Hockey Junior rules. That being said, for the safety of the players, we will be playing normal icing rules, not hybrid icing rules utilized at the Junior level.
There will be 3 specialized goaltender sessions available to all CCM Hockey Showcase Participants on Friday, May 27. These goaltending sessions will be directed by professional goaltending coaches.
- 1:15-2:15 pm, Green Rink = 2006-2007 birth year players
- 2:30-3:30 pm, Green Rink = 2004-2005 birth year players
- 3:45-4:45 pm, Green Rink = 2002-2003 birth year players
Saturday Night Seminars:
The Junior Hockey Round-Table is available to all participants and their families and will be held at The Westin Westminster, right next door to the rink, on Saturday night, May 28 from 8:00-10:00pm.
Player-Coach Meet & Greet:
The Player/Coach Meet & Greet will be held on Sunday, May 29 in the mezzanine above the Blue Rink (middle rink) at the Promenade. The Player/Coach Meet & Greet will provide all coaches and players in attendance an informal environment to introduce themselves, talk, and get to know each other in an off-ice recruiting type environment.
CCM Hockey Expo:
The CCM Hockey Expo will be held in conjunction with the CCMHS Player-Coach Meet & Greet on Sunday, May 29 in the mezzanine above the Blue Rink (middle rink) at the Promenade. The CCM Hockey Expo will provide a venue for all CCMHS partners and sponsors, as well as various other sporting goods and apparel companies to present their wares and for CCMHS Participants to learn about the latest technology and products in the hockey world.
CCM Pro-Fit Sessions:
CCM Hockey will be conducting Pro-Fit Sessions throughout the weekend in an effort to help to educate players on the latest technology and products in hockey, as well as ensure proper fitting of all equipment on an individual basis. All CCM Pro-Fit Sessions will be conducted throughout the weekend by CCM Hockey Rep Taylor Guay, are available to all players and will be conducted in mezzanine above the Blue Rink (middle rink) on a first-come, first-serve basis each day.
The two, age-specific All-Star Games will be held on Sunday, May 29, check the final schedule, once posted, for exact times. The coaches and scouts assigned to coach the teams in each group will be responsible for selecting the All-Star Game participants. The selection process will take place after all teams have had the chance to play three games during the weekend, and will be coordinated by one of the coaches assigned to a team in that age division. At no time will the directors of the event be involved in this process.
All-Star Game selections will be announced via a posting in the rink lobby, as well as postings on our website and Facebook pages. All-Star Game jerseys will then be available for pick up in the Blue Rink (middle rink) mezzanine starting at 4:00pm on Sunday. May 29.