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The STARZ Showcase registration is now open! 


  • Register by January 31, 2024

    • Personalized jerseys available

  • Registration closes on April 21, 2024


The 2024 STARZ Showcase offers a unique structure.

  • All athletes in will receive 1 skills practices, 4 games guaranteed

  • Combine Testing

    • On ice skating tests

    • Off ice fitness testing​
      • Data provided to athletes and scouts

  • Each team will have 15 skaters including 1 goaltender

  • There will be 9 forwards, 6 defence, 1 goalie

  • Testing starts 8am on Friday May 3


'Tentative' Schedule


The rules and regulations for the STARZ Showcase include on and off-ice policies that are in place to ensure a smooth, safe and enjoyable weekend for all that participate! 

All of our rules and suspension guidelines are outlined on our website and available for download as a pdf. If you have any questions or concerns about rules or regulations that we have implemented, please don't hesitate to contact us! 

More About Rules & Regulations


The 2024 STARZ Showcase will be taking place at GREAT PLAINS ARENA in Calgary, Alberta.



Unique to the STARZ Showcase, there will be a Certified Athletic Therapist available to tend to all injuries sustained by participants in the tournament. To learn more about what our Athletic Therapist can do and what other safety measures we have in place, click the link below to learn more! 

During the showcase, guest appearances by past WHL Draftees and Alberta Cup Alumni will stop by answer any questions and teach the athletes not only what it takes but also about the process and the journey through their own exceptional experiences provided by the Alberta Cup and WHL Bantam Draft. Our own Attack Coaches; Nolen Coventry and Jack Zayat experienced the Alberta Cup, both attending the "Top 80 Camp" following the tournament. Nolen being named captain of his Alberta Cup team and Jack Zayat going through the process of the WHL Draft and being drafted in the fourth round to the Brandon Wheat Kings and being named to the Team Alberta shortlist following the "Top 80 Camp."
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