Registration will begin at 3 p.m. on Thursday, August 15th.
When will the showcase conclude?
The last game will finish before 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 18, 2019.
When will we find out our daughter's team assignment?
Team assignments will be emailed out no later than August 1st. However, players should use the arrival and finish times above for travel planning purposes.
Are we allowed to request teammates?
No. Based on years of running elite-level showcases, we find it is best to allow players to meet and play with other elite players from various teams across North America. This is similar to a National Camp or Provincial Camp experience and gives girls the opportunity to learn and adjust to players with differing styles.
Can I request a certain college coach work with my daughter?
No, each of the six teams will be coached by all 12 of the Division-I coaches throughout the weekend. The on-ice skills and practice sessions will have multiple coaches on the ice and every team will have two different coaches each game.
Will there be apparel sales at the event?
There will only be apparel pre-sales and items will be distributed during registration. Specific item and ordering information will be emailed later in the spring.
Are we required to stay in the hotel block set up by LGS Hockey?
No, but we have reserved a limited number of rooms close to the Vegas Golden Knights' City National Arena at a reasonable rate so that the girls can enjoy off-ice time with their teammates. This also ensures everyone has a reasonably-priced place to stay, keeping in mind this is high-tourist season in Las Vegas.
Are the college coaches allowed to talk to our daughter during the event?
Yes, college coaches are allowed to talk to players on the ice and on the bench during the event. Players can ask specific questions about hockey, advice for play, etc. However, college coaches are not allowed to talk about their specific school or hockey program to players while off campus.
Are parents allowed to talk to the college coaches?
Unfortunately due to NCAA rules, coaches are not allowed to talk to parents while off campus.