Calgary – April 12-14 – PLAY HOCKEY – Prime Hockey Expo


  • Gender:Male
  • Dates:April 12-14, 2024
  • Age:2011-13, 2015
  • Location:Calgary, AB
  • Showcase
  • Elite Division
  • Individual-Entry
  • Invite Only
  • Scouted


The Prime Hockey Expo (PHE) is an invite-only, individual-entry showcase featuring the top minor hockey players across Western Canada. This exclusive event will only be offered to 100 of the top players in each age group from Western Canada (approximately 34 players from British Columbia, 34 from Alberta, 17 from Saskatchewan, and 17 from MB).

Our goal for the EXPO event is to provide each participant with significant exposure to coaches and scouts at the next level (respective to their age) in an intimate and highly competitive setting.

Participants will benefit by exposure to scouts at either the Bantam/Prep Academy (9-13-year-olds) or Junior level (14 year-olds), in addition to being evaluated by our own scouting staff in consideration for exclusive Prime Hockey programming such as the World Selects Invitational events in Philadelphia and Europe (ages U12 – U15), the HHOF Series events (ages U9 to U14), the Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends (U12)  tournament and more.

The event follows a similar format to Hockey Canada’s U17 selection camp, where players are divided onto *6 teams with rosters comprised of players from each of the western provinces.  In doing so, we also make every effort to ensure the teams are as evenly balanced as possible.


If you have not been invited but wish to be considered for the PHE, please submit an inquiry below.


  • Name: Riley Knott
  • Email:
  • Phone: (780) 719 8012




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    Calgary, AB T3B 5R5
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  • Body (Checking) contact will begin at the 2010 age group.

  • Minor penalties – 2 minutes / Major penalties – 5 minutes

  • Game misconduct – Player will be ejected for the remainder of that game plus his next scheduled game.

  • Running time will be in effect during the 3rd period, only when a team is winning by 5 goals. Stop time will resume once the score is within 2 goals.

  • Teams are allowed 1 – 60 second timeout per game.

  • Players and coaches should report to the arena at least one hour prior to each game.


  • All divisions will be scored 3 points for a win, 2 points for an Overtime win and 1 point for an Overtime loss

  • Scores will be posted with a goal differential no greater than 7. Example – 10 -1 game will be scored as 8 – 1.


  • All divisions will get a 3 minute warm-up.

  • 3 x 15 min stop time periods. Ice cut every 2 periods.

  • Overtime Sudden Death 3v3 will be played in round robin games. No games will end in ties.


Please speak to a tournament official in order to determine the playoff format for each division. It is incumbent upon the team officials to confirm with a Tournament representative whether or not their team has advanced beyond preliminary round play prior to leaving the arena following their final preliminary round game.

In the event a Semi or Final game should end in a tie, the tie will be broken in the following manner:

  1. 5 minute sudden death (3 on 3)

  2. 3 player shootout.

  3. Sudden death shootout (both teams get to shoot each round).

  4. For Shootouts the home team has a choice of who shoots first.

    1. After the first 3 players from each team shoot if teams are still tied you can repeat any shooter as many times you would like.


If 2 teams are tied in points, the following order applies to determine the ranking of teams. If more than two teams are tied, teams will go through each tiebreaker until ONE team is determined the winner (there is no head-to-head if there are more than two teams), once the tiebreaker is broken and one team is the winner, that team advances and the tiebreaker resets to #1 (again, head-to-head only applies for when there is only 2 teams left) for the remaining teams.

  1. Total Team Points

  2. Head to Head (two team tie breaker only)

  3. Goal Quotient = Goals for / (Goals For + Goals against)

  4. Least Goals Allowed

  5. Goals For

  6. Quickest Goal in the tournament in the first game

*EXAMPLE:Team A, B, C and D all are tied with 6 points. The first tiebreaker in this example would be #3 Best goal differential formula. Team A wins that, so then it resets to 3 teams tied with 6 points. Then, apply the best goal differential formula again, Team B wins that. Then, the last two teams would go to #2 if applicable, if not, then the process would proceed according to the tiebreakers #3 through #6.


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If you have not been invited but wish to be considered for the Prime Hockey Expo, please submit your information below.

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