Be seen at the CT Elite Hockey's showcases at the University of Connecticut this summer.
Led by Coach Mike Cavanaugh, arguably one of the nation’s top college hockey recruiters, and staff assistants Mike Souza and Joe Periera, the summer showcases will challenge what you already know and push you to reach for more!
Last year CT Elite Hockey campers were treated to a special seminar on prep and college recruiting and all things hockey led by UConn Head Coach Mike Cavanaugh, and by NHL player Nathan Gerbe (left) and AHL player Nick Petrecki (middle).
Prep Division schedule available. Click here to download the schedule.
July 30 update:
Prep Division Showcase: Goalie slots are filled. Registration will remain open until August 3rd for players on defense and offense.
July 28 update:
Schedule Now Available for College ID Showcase. Click here
July 28 update:
College ID Showcase: Overnight Campers: Check in is at 12:30 at Snow Dorm.
*Quick drop off of personal belongings and then drive to the rink to drop your equipment and attend 2 p.m. opening meeting. Click directions tab for a map of dorm/rink locations.
College ID Showcase: Day campers: Check in is at 1 p.m. at the rink.
July 13 Update:
College ID Showcase: In addition to the UConn coaching staff, we are pleased to announce the camp will feature coaching instruction in practices and games from coaches at Trinity College, Boston College, Boston University, Union College, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Brown University, UMass Boston, & University of New Hampshire.
Prep Showcase: The showcase will feature coaching instruction from the UConn coaching staff as well as coaches from Tilton School, Cushing Academy, Winchedon, Avon, Northfield Mt. Hermon, Loomis, St. Mark's, Berkshire and Salisbury School.
2014 Camp Pictures
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."