2022 Junior Showcase Hockey Camp

July 4 - July 29, 2022

Showcase Tournament Team

Skill development and player promotion are our top priority at the Elite Prospects Showcase & Development Team. Over the years we have developed relationships with many Junior, OHL, NCAA and professional coaches and placed many of our players in their programs.

Our players undergo intense on and off ice training daily for 4 weeks. The training schedule is designed around individual skills development. Our on-ice and off-ice training staff are qualified, established coaches from USport, OHL and Jr ‘A’ teams who are full-time for the operation of this program.

• 4-week Skills Development Showcase Camp
• Two skates per day (Shooting Clinic, Skills Development Clinic)
• Daily Off-ice Gym Strength Program
• Two Showcase Tournaments
• Exposure to Scouts for Team Placements
• OHL, USport, Junior A Coaching and Evaluation

Player Level

AAA / AA / Jr. A / Jr. B / Jr. C | Ages 15 - 20
This camp is designed to improve and place players into Junior hockey programs. With this in mind, the target skill level of this camp is international players at the AAA or Junior level. Players joining this camp should have the aspirations of College, Pro or Junior for the upcoming season and the resources at the EP Showcase will help opening opportunities for this level.


Program Schedule

A detailed daily schedule will be provided prior to the start of camp.

Daily Schedule:
Monday - Friday
10:00AM - Gym Workout Group #1
11:00AM - Gym Workout Group #2
12:00PM - On-ice Shooting Group #1
1:00PM - On-ice Shooting Group #2
2:00PM - Skills Development Session #1
3:00PM - Skills Development Session #2
4:30PM - Video Sessions / Guest Speaker Presentations

* Tournaments and details, including skate times, may change due to Covid-19


2022 Showcase Tournaments

*Subject to change

1. Toronto Hockey Showcase - July 8 - 10 - Toronto, Ontario - 16 Teams

Historically scouts from: NCAA, OJHL, OHL, QMJHL, NAHL, GMHL

2. EliteProspects Showcase Week - July 27 - 29 - Bradford, Ontario


Training Staff

John Duco - Head Instructor
Head Coach , Ryerson University (USport)

Johnny Duco will return to the EP Showcase Team for the 8th Year as lead on-instructor. Duco has served as an assistant/associate coach for the Rams men’s hockey program since June 2013.

In 2016, Duco was named the Head Coach of the Rams and has build the Ryerson University program into a Nationaly ranked program.

A Toronto, Ont. native, Duco played collegiate hockey in the NCAA with Oswego State (NCAA D3) when the Lakers were ranked No. 2 in the country. He also played for the Buffalo State Bengals and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness.

Todd Miller - Guest/Associate Instructor
Head Coach, Oshawa Generals (OHL)

Coach Todd Miller is the Head Coach of the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Miller has spend the past decade Coaching in the CHL between the Barrie Colts (OHL) and the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL). Todd has played key roles in the development of hundreds of elite players and brings a wealth of connections and knowledge to the Camp. 

Mike Duco - Guest/Associate Instructor
Head of Skill Development, Okanagan Hockey Group

Mike Duco, brother of John, will split this instruction duties for a fifth year. The former NHL Player and current OHL Player Development Coach brings a wealth of connections to the EP Showcase program.

Mike serves as the Head of Skills Development for the international Okanagan Hockey Group, mentoriing top U16 & U18 athletes. Mike also is the head of player development for the Peterbourgh Petes of the OHL, where he has developed several NHL prospects through their draft.

Mike’s eight year pro career was highlighted with stints in the NHL with the Vancouver Canucks and Flordia Panthers.

Mario Cicchillo - Guest/Associate Instructor
Former OHL Head Coach & Team Canada World Junior Coach

Former OHL & Team Canada Coach Mario Cicchillo joins the Coaching roster for the EP Showcase.

Mario spent eight seasons with the OHL, and the past decade at the Junior 'A' level between the OJHL & GMHL. .

Liam Finn - Strength & Conditioning Coach
Strength Coach, Bradford Rattlers Jr. A

Liam Finn returns as the lead Strength & Conditioning Coach of the EP Showcase. His program focuses on weight training and nutrition for athletes.

Liam is a former professional hockey player, spending parts of his career in Sweden and in the USA. Liam had a successful five year junior career prior, including OHL camp invitations.

Finn now serves as a trainer at the Hockey Factory Toronto and is the Owner of Body Elite Circle.


Training Facility

BWG Leisure Centre, Bradford, Ontario
All EP Showcase practices, and workouts are held at brand new BWG Leisure Centre in Bradford, Ontario. Located 45 minutes North of Toronto, new state of the art fitness centre, complete with gymnasium and pool.All players have unlimited, full access to the entire fitness centre as members of the Team. The players also have their own custom pro dressing room with individual stalls, logo floor, TV and stereo. Directly outside the team dressing room you will find a private storage room and laundry room as well as the coaches dressing room. Upstairs you will find the coaches office overlooking the ice. [Full Details]


Living & Billeting

Billet Families
Over the years, the team has been very fortunate to attract fantastic billets for all of our players. All potential billets are interviewed by the team and must submit an official police record check to qualify as billets. The team tries to find homes that will house two players in order to make the transition more comfortable for each new team member. Each player is responsible to pay their billet family the agreed upon billet fee on the 1st of every month. The billeting option is $600/month which includes all living expenses such as rent, food, utilities, internet. The families try to include players as a member of the family and treat them as if their own child.

English Language School (Optional)

The EliteProspects Showcase Camp is proud to offer our 'English + Hockey Camp Program' with the option for English as a Second Language Study as an affiliate program of the Centre for English Study (Toronto). It is popular amongst forgeign players to improve their English speaking, writing and reading abilities through for a four week program for an additional $690.00 CAD. Players would study online from 8:30AM until 12:00PM, Monday to Friday before heading to the rink and joining the camp for the afternoon. The Centre for English Study is a Designated Learning Instution and licensed federally by the Ministry of Education.

School Information: https://www.ces-schools.com/english-schools/toronto

Financial Obligations

Camp fees amount to CAD $2400 with all team fee payments discussed and arranged over phone or e-mail. Payment schedules over 2-3 months are commonly arranged to accomodate players. Tuitions must be paid in full prior to arriving at camp.

Billeting is optional during camp, and the players in the homestay program are responsible to look after their own billeting payment on the 1st day of arrival. Billeting is CAD $600 per month ($20/day) paid directly to the billet family.

For import players, non-Canadian, insurance is recomended Manulife Financial and costs approximately CAD $120 for the duration of the spring training season. This insurance covers Covid-19.


To register or inquire, please complete this profile and a Camp representative will be in touch

Covid-19 Contingency Plan

Planning through the challenges of Covid-19 for the 2022 program the EP Showcase has prepared for several scenarios. We ask that our players understand that some details of the program may change due to unforeseen circumstances and by registering with the Camp, this is acknowledged and accepted. Some of these plans include:

• Should the camp be unable to start on July 4, back-up Dates will be August 1 - August 26. All registered players will be moved to this date period and their spot secured. If they are unable to make the backup dates, credits towards the 2023 Showcase Camp will be offered.
• Training times and tournaments may be subject to change due to arena protocols and Covid19 restrictions



Sean Werth, Camp Director
O: +1.905.775.0062

Alex Magi, Camp Recruiter / Tournament Team Manager
O: +1.905.775.0062


Recent Alumni


Max Golod - Anaheim Ducks NHL
Aleks Dimovski - Drummondville QMJHL
Orie Mainolfi - Drummondville QMJHL
Charles Cypihot Acadie-Bathurst Titan QMJHL
Jerome Lafond - Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
Oldrich Matejka - Utica Jr Comets NCDC
Klim Georgiyev Tor. Canadiens OJHL
Rizvan Mansurov Tor. Canadiens OJHL
Jacob Ertel - Georgetown Raiders OJHL
Cam Neaylon - Aurora Tigers OJHL
Brayden Morris - Aurora Tigers OJHL
Matt King - Lindsay Muskies OJHL
Ando Stepanian - Lindsay Muskies OJHL
Alex Dameski - Brantford 99ers OJHL
Noah Doyle - Rockland Nationals CCHL
Oleg Grishatov
- Bradford Rattlers GMHL
Nash Smith - Grad Falls Rapids MJAHL
Alex Timchenko - Team Russia U16 WJC
Andrei Berezinsky - Kapitan Stupino MHL
Trevor Babin - Deleware Thunder FHL


Aaron Armstrong Ryerson Rams USport/CIS
Brandon Billie Brampton Beast ECHL
TJ Sherwood Adriondack Thunder ECHL
Kent Nusbaum Toledo Walleye ECHL
Nick D'Avolio Evansville TBolts SPHL
Curtis Warren Barrie Colts OHL
Egor Kurbatov Victoriaville Tigers QMJHL
Khassan Al-Dzhilaui Moscow Dynamo KHL/MHL
Stepan Timofeyev Cornwall Nationals FHL
Ilya Zhurin Cornwall Nationals FHL
Zakk Bekolay Cornwall Nationals FHL
Alex Mitsionis Cornwall Nationals FHL
Moe Kucukildiz Trangsund IF SWE Div.2
Rasmus Brunnberg Varmdo HC SWE Div.2
Cam Neaylon Aurora Tigers OJHL
Trevor Finch Brockville Braves CCHL
Danny Martin Gloucester Rangers CCHL
Jordan Renaud Nepean Raiders CCHL
Connor Kearney Cochrane Crunch NOJHL
Chris Mammas Cornwall Colts CCHL
Zakk Bekolay Burlington Courgars OJHL
Artur Terchiyev Toronto Jr Canadians OJHL
Dalton Barnes St. Michael's Buzzer OJHL
Tyler Kulba Stoufville Spirit OJHL
Nikita Lytviak Wichita Falls Wildcats NAHL
Turk Scatliff Wichita Falls Wildcats NAHL
Kyle Stephan Wenatchee Wild BCHL
Jordan Sims Evansville Icemen ECHL


Carson Briere - Johnstown Tomahawks NAHL
Mitchell Devins-Cann - Corpus Christi NAHL
Caelan Briere - Univ. of Alabama ACHA
Rewdy Scott - Georgetown Raiders OJHL
Dan Heelis - Toronto Jr. Canadiens OJHL
Anton Trublin - Toronto Jr. Canadiens OJHL
Aleks Dimovski - Toronto Patriots OJHL
Cam Neaylon - Aurora Tigers OJHL
Chris Atanas - Aurora Tigers OJHL
Kyle Kozma - North York Rangers OJHL
Orie Mainolfi - Markham Royals OJHL
Aiden Matekovic - Guelph Hurricanes GOJHL
Hunter Randell - Winchester Hawks CCHL2
Henry Scott - Powassan VooDoos NOJHL
Allen Menary - Elliot Lake Wildcats NOJHL
Eric Nagy - Powassan VooDoos NOJHL
Sam Zaritsky - Connecticut Oilers EHL