Why CHS?

Quality Comes First

What do we mean when we say “Camps & Showcases Done Right?”
Our three core principles are what set us apart.

Keep it Small

At CHS, we pledge to keep our showcases no larger than 16 teams and always under one roof, ensuring that coaches have the proper time to devote to evaluating each and every player in attendance. And with our extremely high coach-to-player ratio, our coaches have ample time to simply scout, meaning players never have to worry about being overlooked.

Keep It Personal

At a CHS event, you are far more than just a jersey number. We want to get to know you so that we can do everything in our power to make sure that you have a positive hockey experience both with us, and in the future. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always available to answer and assist with whatever players and families might need.

Keep It Fun

In this age of fast-paced recruiting, it’s sometimes easy to forget that hockey is supposed to be fun. That’s not the case at CHS. We foster a relaxed atmosphere with our coaches and combine it with beautiful settings like Florida and Banff to create a truly enjoyable experience for players and their families.

What They’re Saying

2016 Customer Survey Results

After each of our events, we send out surveys to all participants and their families. Here is what they had to say about their CHS experience:

Likely To Return Or Recommend To A Friend
98%
Rated Experience As Good Or Excellent
97%
Felt CHS Staff Was Invested In Their Success
96%
Rated Showcase As Better Or Best Showcase Ever Attended
90%

Testimonials

  • “The best possible platform for the next generation of prospective female college hockey players to meet like minded athletes, speak informally to the highest level coaches in a relaxed setting.”Florida 2016
  • “The best possible platform for the next generation of prospective female college hockey players to meet like minded athletes, speak informally to the highest level coaches in a relaxed setting.”Florida 2016
  • “The accessibility and quantity of the coaches was unsurpassed. This was our first time attending and I was pleasantly surprised that the website “marketing” info was delivered during the showcase. My daughter had a fantastic time!”Florida 2016
  • “The quality of CHS is compared to no other camp or showcase I’ve brought my daughter too. Well-organized excellent coaching and great communications. Every practice and game ran on schedule. The quantity of ice time was great. Fast pace Great action!”Florida 2015
  • “We have attended many showcases over the years but none of this caliber. From the organization to the selection of coaches to the intimate setting for the BBQ, this was an amazing experience!”Banff 2015

Executive Director Harry Rosenholtz

RosenholtzHarry Rosenholtz was the Associate Head Coach and recruiting coordinator for Women’s Ice Hockey at Yale University and Quinnipiac University for 12 years. In addition to recruiting Olympic players and national U-22 players, he coached many All-ECAC and All-Ivy League performers. He has recruited or coached more Hockey Humanitarian finalists (including two winners) than any coach in history. He worked with USA Hockey for many years as a goaltending specialist and continues to consult for junior programs on overall skill development, team building and game strategy.

Coach Rosenholtz has given hundreds of presentations throughout North America and Europe about the recruiting process, providing information and insight into what student-athletes must do to be successful on and off the ice. He understands the entire process from a coach’s perspective and knows what is important for them to have a successful showcase experience.

Coaches, players and families can be confident in the level of play at every CHS event because Coach Rosenholtz continues to evaluate and scout talent in the U.S., Canada and Europe.