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Top U.S. High School Hockey Players To Compete In "America’s Showcase" Tournament April 13-17, Presented by 84 Lumber

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins
Some of the best high school hockey players in the country will be coming to Pittsburgh April 13-17 to compete in USA Hockey’s “America’s Showcase,” presented by 84 Lumber and hosted by the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League for the second-straight year.

Pittsburgh will have two teams in the showcase, with all players competing in the PIHL. Those two teams will be among the high school all-star teams from across the country competing at RMU Island Sports Center.

The five-day tournament, formerly known as the Chicago Showcase, gives more than 300 players a chance to perform in front of scouts from every major hockey institution across the country, including NCAA Division I and III scouts and scouts from the United States Hockey League, North American Hockey League and the Eastern Junior Hockey League.

Teams representing Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Northern New England, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Florida, Utah, Texas, Washington, Kentucky and West Virginia are among those scheduled to compete.

Tickets for the tournament will be sold at the door.  Daily passes will be available for $8 for adults and $6 for high school students.  Event passes, which will be valid for the entire tournament, will also be available for $25 for adults and $15 for high school students. Children under 5 years of age are free

All tournament games can be followed in real-time on the free Pointstreak Mobile app, or on
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