West-Can Hockey Summit

Feb 2, 2021 | World Hockey Hub

Matthew Savoie cuts across the ice with his head up, wearing a white helmet and red jersey.

DraftDay’s search for the best players in Western Canada

The West-Can Hockey Summit is a highly competitive event providing all those in attendance with a first-class tournament experience. Slated for June 25 – 27, 2021, at Winsport Arena in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the event will run in conjunction with another one of DraftDay’s events, the Western All-Star Prospects Showcase

The Summit weekend offers a five-game guarantee with seminars and information sessions for those interested in future DraftDay programming. In addition to the on-ice action and off-ice information, there will be an e-gaming area set up all weekend long where participants can enjoy some virtual competition at the video gaming station. 

Open to 2008 – 2011 Boys and 2007 – 2008 Girls, participants will not only experience great action on the ice, but also a front-row seat to what their future may hold. 

The Western Prospects Showcase will feature some of the best 2006 and 2007 Boys athletes from eight regions in Canada. This showcase is designed to identify the best players leading up to the WHL Priority Draft, with many top prospects and league personnel in attendance. Hockey Summit participants can witness the process first-hand and see exactly what it takes to be a part of the 2022 event.

DraftDay selection staff will be on-site at all games throughout the weekend, evaluating players for upcoming opportunities North American, International and European events.

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