CT Elite Hockey Showcases at UConn



  • Prep Division Showcase - 04s-06s - July 29-31, 2018
  • College ID Showcase - 00s-03s - Aug 1 - Aug 3, 2018

Location: Mark Freitas Ice Forum, UConn Campus, 509 Stadium Rd., Storrs, CT

Camp cost is $595 for overnight; $475 for day camp


About the CT Elite Hockey Showcases

Led by Mike Cavanaugh, a four-time collegiate national champion coach, the CT Elite Hockey showcases will feature top coaches from New England area prep schools, development programs and colleges. The goal of the showcases are to expose hockey players to a prep and collegiate hockey experience while developing skills and good hockey acumen.

The hockey players bunk with teammates in college dorms, eat as a team in campus dining halls, and explore the campus with collegeiate hockey players.

Kids will also follow a prep-school and college-like hockey development regimin: strength training, developmental practices and competitive games with discussions in classrooms on recruiting, development and social media presence peppered into the daily activities.

Refer to tabs for more information on each showcase or feel free to email ctelitehockey@gmail.com with any questions. 


Camp updates

Registration Now Open

Click here for information on Prep Division Showcase (04s-06s)

Click here for information on College ID Showcase (00s-03s)


College ID Showcase - Last year (2017) 90 campers were exposed to coaches from the following men's ice hockey programs:

Boston College, Boston University, Bowdoin College, Brown University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University,  Trinity College, UMass-Boston, Union College, University of New Hampshire, Director of Player Personnel for New York Rangers

Prep Showcase - Last year about 100 campers had practices and games with coaches from the following: 

Avon Old Farms, The Gunnery, The Loomis Chaffee School, Northfield Mount Hermon, Salisbury School

What are people saying?

"I've been going to camps and clinics for many years and the showcase put on by CT Elite Hockey stands out as one of my best experiences. The camp wasn't just about games. I learned a lot in practices from top level coaches and players from across the country.There were a lot of opportunities to learn between practices, games, seminars, and strength sessions. And, I got to know some outstanding coaches and players."

-Jack T., defenseman, Ashburn, Va., 2014 Camper

"This camp was really different from what I've seen. I learned a lot from premier names in the hockey world, and was exposed to a number of collegiate and prep coaches that would have not normally had a chance to see me play."

- Dylan C., goalie, Barnstable, Mass., 2014 Camper