2016 Spring Season | April 17 - June 26

About us: Program Information

Skill development and player promotion are our top priority at the Elite Prospects Showcase & Development Team. Over the years we have developed relationships with many Junior, OHL, NCAA and professional coaches and placed many of our players in their programs.

Our players undergo intense on and off ice training daily for 10 weeks (April - June). The training schedule is designed around individual skills development. Five times per week (Mon. - Fri.), our players participate in skill development training. Twice per week, the team has extra on ice sessions to work on team play & systems.

The team is then taken to four of North America's largest showcase tournaments which are heavily scouted by Junior, OHL and NCAA hockey clubs. Full player promotion packages are distributed to scouts at each of the showcases. While our team attends tournaments expecting to compete for championships, our priority is advancing players to higher levels of the game.

2015 Results
Tournaments Location U20 Record
U18 Record
Bauer Challenge Niagara Falls, Ontario  2-2-0 5-1-0
Michigan Pre-Draft Showcase Detroit, Michigan, USA 3-0-1 3-0-1
Cougars OJHL Showcase Burlington, Ontario, CND 2-2-0 3-1-0
TEP Toronto Showcase Toronto, Ontario, CDN 2-2-0 4-1-0
  Total Record: 9-6-1 15-3-1

Stephan Commits NCAA D1

March 16, 2016

The EP Showcase Development team would like to congratulate Kyle Stephan on his NCAA D1 commitment to the American International College.


2016 Showcases Announced

November 20, 2015

The EP Showcase Team has selected the 2016 Showcase list. There team will be participating in five tournaments this year including two over-night showcase road trips.


U18's Dominate in 2015

September 19, 2015

The U18 Roster Dominated the 2015 Spring Showcase Tournament Season with an impressive 15-3-1 record. The team made it to all four Semi-Finals and two finals appearances.


2015 Player Advancements

September 15, 2015

The 2015 Showcase Teams had a record breaking amount of player advancements to NCAA, Junior and Pro levels. Several players were placed into NAHL, BCHL, ECHL, NCAA leagues and more...