North America's Elite Hockey Event Series

Elite teams, strong competition, and great experiences away from the rink in some of the world’s best cities!

Brick series



The Music City Invitational – April 20-23, 2023
2012 Division

The kickoff event for the Brick series season takes place in Nashville, Tennessee, at the Predators-operated Ford Ice Center facilities in Antioch and Bellevue. Games start on Thursday morning and finish on Sunday afternoon. Nashville may very well be the best city in America. It has it all; world-famous BBQ (we suggest Martin’s and the Peg Leg Porker) and restaurant scene, live music, team outings at Top Golf, and the southern hospitality that the city offers visitors.


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Low Country Classic – May 4-7, 2023
2010 Division

It’s off to the Low Country in South Carolina! Travel & Leisure named Charleston the #1 city in the US, and we know why: cobblestone walkways, historical sites, world-class restaurants, top-rated golf courses and resorts, nearby beaches, and more. Walk down King or Meeting St., head to Rainbow Row, or just about anywhere else on the peninsula to take in the charm of The Holy City.

Games are played at the two-sheet Carolina Ice Palace, just 20 minutes from downtown.



Bauer Pro Hockey Spring Shootout – May 12-14, 2023
2014 Division & 2015 Division

The Bauer Spring Shootout is the opening event for both the ‘14s and 15s this season as the Brick series moves to beautiful Toronto, Ontario. The tournament is hosted by Pro Hockey Development. This storied tournament always draws a top field of teams. Other ages are offered (18U through 2016s) at this event.

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The Boston Showdown – May 26-28, 2023
2014 Division & 2015 Division

The Boston Showdown is an elite, AAA-level spring hockey tournament hosted by the Junior Bruins over Memorial Day Weekend at the New England Sports Center (NESC) in Marlboro, MA. The Junior Bruins host the second stop for the Brick series for the 14s and 15s. The Boston Showdown is the top Boston-based Elite, AAA spring/summer youth tournament. Other ages are offered (2012-2013-2016) as well at this event.

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The Battle for the Windy City – June 9-11, 2023
2014 Division & 2015 Division

The Brick Series moves to Chicago as The Battle for the Windy City has the 2013s and 2014s playing in their final stop before the championship events in Las Vegas and Vancouver, respectively. Illinois Selects host the tournament at the Arctic Ice Arena. The rink and tournament hotels are a short drive from downtown Chicago and all that this world-class city has to offer. Go see a Cubs game at Wrigley, hit the Magnificent Mile, spend time at the Navy Pier, head to the Willis/Sears Tower SkyDeck, Hancock Building/Water Tower, Millennium Park, Riverwalk or visit some of the best restaurants in the world. We suggest a steak at Gibson’s.

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Kings of Vegas – July 11-14, 2023
2014 Division

It’s off to the Entertainment capital of the World for the 14s to finish the season. The KOV is a “must go to event” with the deepest field of the season. You will not have more fun at any other event.

Past champions: 2007 Junior Bruins (2016), 2008 Team Brick Manitoba (2017), 2009 Montreal Snipers Elite (2018), 2010 Montreal Mini Ducks (2019), 2011 Minnesota Machine (2020), 2010 Chicago Jr. Blackhawks (2021 American Division), 2010 Detroit Jr. Red Wings (2021 National Division) 2011 CJR (2021) & 2012 MN Blades (2021).


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Pacific Rim Challenge – June 22-25, 2023
2015 Division

The PCR is hosted by the BC Jr. Canucks in one of North America’s most beautiful cities, Vancouver. This tournament will crown a champion at both the 2015 level but families will also be able to take in the sights and experience this world-class city.

Past Champions: 2008 Calgary Havoc (2016), 2009 Junior Bruins (2017), 2010 HPL West (2018) & 2011 Junior Bruins (2019).


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SoCal Freeze Out – July 20-23, 2023
2011 Division

It’s off to sunny California for the 11s! World famous beaches, Hollywood, movie studios, Disney, Universal, Six Flags, Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Rodeo Dr., and much more! The response has been “off the charts” with teams, players, and families who loved the schedule, small field of elite teams, a “destination” location, and great game times so that players and families can see the sights and enjoy a great family trip while also playing in an elite level tournament.

Past Champions: 2005 CT. Jr. Rangers (2017) , 2006 Team Pacific (2018), 2006 Toronto Pro Hockey (2019), 2007 Team Pacific (2019) & 2009 Western Selects (2021).