BOSTON – Several players stood out at the inaugural Massachusetts High School Hockey Showcase this past weekend at Boston University’s Walter Brown Arena.
The three-day event was open to any player competing for a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) team in 2017-18. NHL scouts and college coaches ran practices and manned the benches during the games, which featured more than 100 players across six teams.
Mike Levine, Vegas Golden Knights Director of Amateur Free Agents, put together the showcase. A former player at Sandwich High School, Levine played college hockey at Utica College before coaching in preps at New Hampton and Kimball Union, please collegiately at ECAC program Brown.
Other coaches at the event included Northeastern associate head coach Jerry Keefe, Harvard associate head coach Paul Pearl, Babson head coach Jamie Rice, New York Rangers scout Brendan Clark, Suffolk assistant coach John Burgess and Wentworth assistant coach Ryan McGrath.
The two players with the highest ceilings were both ‘03s, Malden Catholic defenseman Brendan Fitzgerald and Westborough High School forward Cameron Sullivan.
Check out New England Hockey Journal's full analysis of the showcase's top 20 prospects below.