North America's Elite Girls Hockey Event Series
Cowgirl Shootout – April 21-24, 2022
2007 Division & 2010 Division
The kickoff event for the Rose series season takes place at the Predators operated Ford Ice Center facilities in Antioch and Bellevue. Games start on Thursday morning and finish in the late afternoon on Sunday. Nashville may very well be the best city in America, it has it all; world famous BBQ & restaurants, live music, team outings at Top Golf, line dancing lessons & more. A “bucket list” city to visit with endless fun awaiting the teams, players, and families away from the rink.
Past Champions: 2009 Junior Bruins (2021) & 2008 CJR (2021)Go to Event
Queens of Vegas – July 12-15, 2022
2008 Division & 2011 Division
It’s the Entertainment Capital of the World and fun for the whole family. Whether it is seeing a world-class show, spending the day at the pool, riding a roller coaster at the NY NY, visiting the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, or any of the other endless attractions you will have a hard time wiping the smile off your kid’s face.
Past champions include 2009 Junior Bruins (2020), 2009 Junior Bruins (2021) & 2010 CJR (2021).Go to Event
OC Freeze Out – July 14-17, 2022
It’s time to head to Orange County with games at the Anaheim Ducks new four sheet Great Park Ice & Five Point Arena. With Disneyland close by, the beach to the west, San Diego to the south and Los Angeles to the north there are endless possibilities for teams, players and families to have fun in one of the most famous and sought after counties to live in and visit in the U.S.
Past Champions: 2011 CJR (2021)Go to Event
War for the Roses – July 11-16, 2022
There is no youth hockey experience like playing at the West Edmonton Mall. Top girl’s teams from across North America, games streamed live with broadcasters, three stars of the game awards are just some of the highlights of this marquee event. The War for the Roses is an invitational event.
Past champions include 2007 British Columbia (2021) & 2008 Toronto Pro Hockey (2021)Go to Event
Low Country Classic – May 12-15, 2022
It’s off to the Low Country in South Carolina! Travel & Leisure named Charleston as 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.Go to Event