Relive CHL Top Prospects Games beginning September 10 at


The road to the NHL Draft for many of the Canadian Hockey League’s brightest stars and future National Hockey League talents includes the Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.

For 25 years this showcase has been a fixture on the hockey calendar and has annually featured 40 of the CHL’s top NHL Draft eligible players competing best-on-best before hundreds of NHL scouts in attendance and a nationwide audience.

With less than a month before the next wave realizes their dream, the CHL, in partnership with Kubota Canada, proudly present Top Prospects Memories. This program will feature the rebroadcast of Top Prospects Games from 2010-2020 between September 10 and October 5 at offering fans the opportunity to look back at the players who made their mark under the spotlight and remember some of the names who played in the CHL before finding success at the next level.

First overall picks like Taylor Hall (2010), Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (2011), Nathan MacKinnon (2013), Aaron Ekblad (2014), Connor McDavid (2015), Nico Hischier (2017), and 2020’s top ranked Alexis Lafreniere are just some of the superstars these games include.

Top Prospects Memories Schedule:

All games to stream at 7:00 pm ET at with replay access to follow

Thursday, September 10 – 2010 rebroadcast from Windsor

Sunday, September 13 – 2011 rebroadcast from Toronto

Wednesday, September 16 – 2012 rebroadcast from Kelowna

Saturday, September 19 – 2013 rebroadcast from Halifax

2014 to 2019 to alternate with Stanley Cup Playoffs schedule TBD

Monday, October 5 – 2020 rebroadcast from Hamilton

The program will be supported by special memory videos featuring Sportsnet’s Sam Cosentino appearing on and social media channels in advance of all rebroadcasts, and will compliment the ongoing #MeetTheFuture video series, also in partnership with Kubota Canada, that introduces many of the top players who will be chosen in the 2020 NHL Draft October 6-7.

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