CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

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CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Sherwin-williams top prospects logo.png
Date(s) January or February, annually
Country Canada
Inaugurated 1992
Activity Ice hockey
Organised by Canadian Hockey League
Sponsors Sherwin-Williams (since 2017)
Bank of Montreal (2014–2016)
Home Hardware (2000–2013)
Website sherwin-williamstopprospects.ca

The CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game is an annual event in which forty of the top NHL Entry Draft eligible prospects in the Canadian Hockey League play against each other in an all-star game environment. Players are able to boost their draft ranking with the National Hockey League scouts and general managers attending. Each team is led by a celebrity coach, usually Don Cherry and Bobby Orr.

From 1992 to 1995 the event was known as the CHL All–Star Challenge, between the three constituent leagues of the CHL. In 1996, the Canadian Hockey League entered into a partnership with the National Hockey League to create a prospects game.[1] Rosters for the event are chosen in conjunction with the NHL's central scouting and general managers.[2] The CHL announced Home Hardware as the corporate title sponsor of the event starting in 2000,[1] followed by Bank of Montreal (BMO) in 2014,[3] and Sherwin-Williams in 2017.[4]

1992 CHL All–Star Challenge

The inaugural CHL All–Star Challenge featured the host Western Hockey League team, versus and a combined team from the Ontario Hockey League and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. John Spoltore of the North Bay Centennials scored twice for the East, and Dean McAmmond of the Prince Albert Raiders scored the winning goal in overtime for the West.

1992 CHL All–Star Challenge
Date February 4, 1992
Location Saskatchewan Place (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Game report[5] Home Away
Team West (WHL) East (OHL/QMJHL)
Coaches Mike Fedorko
Bryan Maxwell
Jos Canale
Ted Nolan
Player of the game Richard Matvichuk Fred Brathwaite
Score (OT) 5 4

1993 CHL All–Star Challenge

In the second CHL All–Star Challenge, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League hosted a combined team from the Western Hockey League and the Ontario Hockey League. Claude Savoie of the Victoriaville Tigres, and Martin Gendron of the Saint-Hyacinthe Laser, both scored twice for the QMJHL, but the WHL/OHL scored five goals in the third period to win the game.

1993 CHL All–Star Challenge
Date January 19, 1993
Location Montreal Forum (Montreal, Quebec)
Attendance 4,355
Game report[5] Home Away
Team QMJHL OHL/WHL
Coaches Pierre Aubry Ted Nolan
Bob Lowes
Player of the game Alexandre Daigle Jeff Shantz
Score 5 7

1994 CHL All–Star Challenge

In the third CHL All–Star Challenge, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League hosted a combined team from the Western Hockey League and the Ontario Hockey League. Sixteen goals were scored by fifteen different players, with Jeff Shevalier of the North Bay Centennials, scoring twice. Quebec led 4–2 after the first period, but were outscored 4–1 by the OHL/WHL in the third period.

1994 CHL All–Star Challenge
Date February 1, 1994
Location Moncton Coliseum (Moncton, New Brunswick)
Attendance 6,380
Game report[5] Home Away
Team QMJHL/Atlantic OHL/WHL
Coaches Guy Chouinard
Michel Therrien
Ted Nolan
Brent Peterson
Player of the game Samuel Groleau
Jason MacDonald
Jeff Shevalier
Score 7 9

1995 CHL All–Star Challenge

The fourth CHL All–Star Challenge was hosted by the Ontario Hockey League, versus a combined team from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the Western Hockey League. The QMJHL/WHL scored the first five goals of the game, and won 8–3, led by two goals each from Eric Daze of the Beauport Harfangs, and Terry Ryan of the Tri-City Americans.

1995 CHL All–Star Challenge
Date January 31, 1995
Location Kitchener Memorial Auditorium (Kitchener, Ontario)
Attendance 5,679
Game report[5] Home Away
Team OHL QMJHL/WHL
Coaches Paul Maurice Don Hay
Jos Canale
Player of the game Todd Bertuzzi Sébastien Bordeleau
Score 3 8

1996 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

The first CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in 1996, was coached by celebrities Don Cherry and Bobby Orr, joined by assistants, Brian Kilrea, Blair Machasey, and Bob Loucks. Team Cherry won 9–3, led by Lance Ward of the Red Deer Rebels, and Jean-Pierre Dumont of the Val-d'Or Foreurs scoring two goals each.

1996 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Date February 15, 1996, 7:00 pm
Location Maple Leaf Gardens (Toronto, Ontario)
Attendance 10,158
Game report[6] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Trevor Wasyluk Luke Curtin
Score 9 3

1997 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 1997 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien of the Ottawa 67's joined Cherry as assistants. Orr was joined by Michel Therrien of the Granby Prédateurs, and Todd McLellan of the Swift Current Broncos. Team Orr led 4–0 after the first period, and won 7–2. Goaltender Roberto Luongo of the Val-d'Or Foreurs, made 29 saves in the victory. Jeff Zehr of the Windsor Spitfires, and Daniel Cleary of the Belleville Bulls scored two goals each.

1997 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Date February 12, 1997, 7:00 pm
Location Maple Leaf Gardens (Toronto, Ontario)
Attendance 11,627
Game report[7] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Roberto Luongo Daniel Cleary
Score 7 2

1998 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 1998 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea returned as an assistant coach to Cherry, and Claude Julien of the Hull Olympiques, and Brent Peterson of the Portland Winter Hawks, joined Orr. Team Cherry lead 3–0 halfway through the game, and held on for a 4–2 win. Six different players scored one goal each, and gpaltender Philippe Sauvé of the Rimouski Océanic stopped all 23 shots he faced.

1998 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Date February 10, 1998, 7:00 pm
Location Maple Leaf Gardens (Toronto, Ontario)
Attendance 11,088
Game report[8] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Jonathan Cheechoo Michael Henrich
Score 4 2

1999 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 1999 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. Lanny McDonald and Brian Kilrea were assistant coaches to Cherry, and Dean Clark of the Calgary Hitmen, and Gaston Therrien of the Val-d'Or Foreurs, joined Orr. Team Cherry outshot Team Orr 42–25, but Team Orr won 4–3.

1999 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Date February 16, 1999, 7:00 pm
Location Canadian Airlines Saddledome (Calgary, Alberta)
Attendance 14,100
Game report[9] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Chris Kelly
Maxime Ouellet
Kris Beech
Score 4 3

2000 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Home Hardware was the title sponsor of the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game from 2000 to 2013.

The CHL announced Home Hardware as the corporate title sponsor of the event, starting in 2000.[1] Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 2000 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea returned as an assistant coach to Cherry, and Dean Clark returned with Orr. Team Orr scored three goals in the third period, and won 6–3. Nathan Smith of the Swift Current Broncos scored twice for Team Orr, and Gerard Dicaire of the Seattle Thunderbirds scored two points for Team Cherry.

2000 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date February 2, 2000, 7:00 pm
Location Air Canada Centre (Toronto, Ontario)
Attendance 10,356
Game report[10] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Steve Ott Nathan Smith
Score 3 6

2001 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 2001 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Lanny McDonald and Brian Kilrea were assistant coaches to Cherry, and Brent Sutter of the Red Deer Rebels, and Doris Labonté of the Rimouski Océanic, joined Orr. Greg Watson of the Prince Albert Raiders scored two goals and two assists, to lead Team Orr to a 5–3 victory.

2001 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date February 7, 2001, 7:00 pm
Location Pengrowth Saddledome (Calgary, Alberta)
Attendance 8,855
Game report[11] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Greg Watson Derek Roy
Score 5 3

2002 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

For the 2002 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, the CHL announced Tiger Williams and Kelly Hrudey as the new celebrity coaches for the event. Bob Lowes of the Regina Pats, joined Williams and as assistant coach, and Kevin Dickie of the Saskatoon Blades, joined Hrudey. Pierre-Marc Bouchard of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens, and Joffrey Lupul of the Medicine Hat Tigers, both scored two goals. Petr Taticek of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds scored a penalty shot goal as part of Team Tiger's four goals in the second period, in a 7–4 victory by Team Tiger.

2002 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 31, 2002, 7:00 pm
Location Saskatchewan Place (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Attendance 10,078
Game report[12] Home Away
Team Team Hrudey Team Tiger
Coach Kelly Hrudey Tiger Williams
Player of the game Joffrey Lupul Jay Bouwmeester
Score 4 7

2003 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr returned as coaches for the 2003 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea returned as an assistant coach to Cherry, and Peter DeBoer of the Kitchener Rangers, joined Orr. Frank Rediker of the Windsor Spitfires, had a goal and an assist for Team Cherry, and Mike Richards of the Kitchener Rangers, had two assists, for Team Orr. Team Cherry scored three goals in the third period to win 4–3.

2003 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 22, 2003, 7:00 pm
Location Kitchener Memorial Auditorium (Kitchener, Ontario)
Attendance 5,766
Game report[13] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Dan Fritsche Paul Bissonnette
Score 4 3

2004 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr continued as coaches for the 2004 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Dale Hunter and Jacques Beaulieu of the London Knights, were assistant coaches to Cherry, and Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien of the Ottawa 67's, joined Orr. Team Orr scored the first three and last three goals to win 6–2. Blake Comeau of the Kelowna Rockets, scored four points, and Rob Schremp of the London Knights scored three points for Team Orr.

2004 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 21, 2004, 7:00 pm
Location John Labatt Centre (London, Ontario)
Attendance 8,835
Game report[14] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Rob Schremp Wojtek Wolski
Score 6 2

2005 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry continued as a coach for the 2005 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Orr was replaced by John Davidson as coach. Kenndal McArdle of the Moose Jaw Warriors scored two goals for Team Davidson. Gilbert Brulé of the Vancouver Giants scored two goals, leading Team Cherry to an 8–4 win.

2005 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 19, 2005, 7:00 pm
Location Pacific Coliseum (Vancouver, British Columbia)
Attendance 16,331
Game report[15] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Davidson
Coach Don Cherry John Davidson
Player of the game Gilbert Brulé Kenndal McArdle
Score 8 4

2006 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr reunited as coaches for the 2006 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Team Cherry scored the first goals of the game, on assists from Ty Wishart of the Prince George Cougars. Team Orr scored seven unanswered goals to win the game. Bryan Little of the Barrie Colts scored twice to lead the way.

2006 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 18, 2006, 7:00 pm
Location Scotiabank Place (Ottawa, Ontario)
Attendance 13,735
Game report[16] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Bryan Little
Codey Burki
NONE
Score 7 2

2007 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

For the 2007 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, the CHL announced new celebrity coaches for the event. Scotty Bowman and Jacques Demers teamed up with Patrick Roy of the Quebec Remparts, to coach the white team. Pat Burns and Michel Bergeron teamed up with Benoit Groulx of the Gatineau Olympiques, to coach the red team. Oscar Moller of the Chilliwack Bruins, scored a goal and an assists for the white team. Ruslan Bashkirov of the Quebec Remparts, scored twice for the red team, leading to a 5–3 victory.

2007 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 17, 2007, 7:00 pm
Location Colisée Pepsi (Quebec City, Quebec)
Attendance 7,762
Game report[17] Home Away
Team Team White Team Red
Coaches Patrick Roy
Scotty Bowman
Jacques Demers
Benoit Groulx
Pat Burns
Michel Bergeron
Player of the game Oscar Moller Ruslan Bashkirov
Score 3 5

2008 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

For the 2008 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, the CHL announced new celebrity coaches for the event. Grant Fuhr and Glenn Anderson teamed up with Don Nachbaur of the Tri-City Americans, to coach the white team. Lanny McDonald and Mike Vernon teamed up with Kelly Kisio of the Calgary Hitmen, to coach the red team. Josh Bailey of the Windsor Spitfires, scored twice, and Cody Hodgson of the Brampton Battalion, added three assists, to help team white win 8–4.

2008 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 23, 2008, 7:00 pm
Location Rexall Place (Edmonton, Alberta)
Attendance 13,596
Game report[18] Home Away
Team Team Red Team White
Coaches Kelly Kisio
Lanny McDonald
Mike Vernon
Don Nachbaur
Grant Fuhr
Glenn Anderson
Player of the game Steven Stamkos Zach Boychuk
Score 4 8

2009 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr reunited as coaches for the 2009 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game. Team Orr won 6–1, let by two goals each from Cody Eakin of the Swift Current Broncos, and David Gilbert of the Quebec Remparts.

2009 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 14, 2009, 7:00 pm
Location General Motors Centre (Oshawa, Ontario)
Attendance 5,510
Game report[19] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Cody Eakin Edward Pasquale
Score 6 1

2010 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry returned as coach for the 2010 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, with Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien as assistants. Team Orr was coached by Jody Hull of the Peterborough Petes, and Marty Williamson of the Niagara IceDogs. Team Cherry scored three times in the third period to win the game. Players of the game were Taylor Hall of the Windsor Spitfires, and Jeff Skinner of the Kitchener Rangers.

2010 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 20, 2010, 7:00 pm
Location WFCU Centre (Windsor, Ontario)
Attendance 6,193
Game report[20] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Taylor Hall Jeff Skinner
Score 4 2

2011 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Cherry returned as coach for the 2011 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, with Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien as assistants. Team Orr was coached by Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour of the Kingston Frontenacs, and Stan Butler of the Brampton Battalion. Team Orr scored four times on way to a 7–1 victory. Zack Phillips of the Saint John Sea Dogs, led all scorers with three points.

2011 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 19, 2011, 7:00 pm
Location Air Canada Centre (Toronto, Ontario)
Attendance 8,029
Game report[21] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Ryan Murphy
Score 7 1

2012 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

For the 2012 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game, Team Cherry was coached by Mark Recchi, and assistant Ryan Huska of the Kelowna Rockets. Team Orr was coached by Pat Quinn, and assistant Don Hay of the Vancouver Giants. Players of the game were Branden Troock of the Seattle Thunderbirds, and goaltender Matt Murray of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.

2012 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date February 1, 2012, 7:00 pm
Location Prospera Place (Kelowna, British Columbia)
Attendance 5,022
Game report[22] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Branden Troock Matt Murray
Score 2 1

2013 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game

Don Cherry returned as a coach, and Team Orr was coached by Mike McPhee. Team Orr outshot Team Cherry 36–20, and won 3–0. Players of the game were Tristan Jarry of the Edmonton Oil Kings, and Laurent Dauphin of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens.

2013 Home Hardware Top Prospects Game
Date January 16, 2013, 7:00 pm
Location Scotiabank Metro Centre (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
Attendance 10,595
Game report[23] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Tristan Jarry Laurent Dauphin
Score 0 3

2014 BMO Top Prospects Game

Bank of Montreal was the title sponsor of the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game from 2014 to 2016.
Team Orr celebrates their victory in the 2014 game

The CHL announced Bank of Montreal (BMO) as the corporate title sponsor of the event, starting in 2014,[3] and several Calgary Flames celebrities to coach the 2014 BMO Top Prospects Game. Team Cherry was led by Jim Peplinski and Paul Reinhart, joined by broadcaster Nick Kypreos, and the general manager of the London Knights, Mark Hunter. Team Orr was led by Tim Hunter, Joel Otto, Mike Vernon, and former NHL coach, Doug MacLean. Team Orr scored three times in the second period, and won 4–3. Players of the game were Nikolay Goldobin of the Sarnia Sting, and Jared McCann of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.

2014 BMO Top Prospects Game
Date January 15, 2014, 7:00 pm
Location Scotiabank Saddledome (Calgary, Alberta)
Attendance 11,631
Game report[24] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Tim Hunter Jim Peplinski
Player of the game Jared McCann Nikolay Goldobin
Score 4 3

2015 BMO Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr both returned as coaches for the 2015 BMO Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien assisted Cherry, and Orr was joined by Niagara IceDogs' coaches Billy Burke and David Bell. Travis Konecny of the Ottawa 67's, and Timo Meier of the Halifax Mooseheads, both scored three points, leading Team Orr to a 6–0 victory.

2015 BMO Top Prospects Game
Date January 22, 2015, 7:00 pm
Location Meridian Centre (St. Catharines, Ontario)
Attendance 5,300
Game report[25] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Travis Konecny Dylan Strome
Score 6 0

2016 BMO Top Prospects Game

Cherry and Orr returned as coaches for the 2016 BMO Top Prospects Game. Brian Kilrea and Bert O'Brien returned as assistants to Cherry, and Glen Hanlon and Todd Warriner joined Orr. Team Orr was led to victory by three points each from Pascal Laberge of the Victoriaville Tigres, and Pierre-Luc Dubois of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.

2016 BMO Top Prospects Game
Date January 28, 2016, 6:00 pm
Location Pacific Coliseum (Vancouver, British Columbia)
Attendance 10,113
Game report[26] Home Away
Team Team Orr Team Cherry
Coach Bobby Orr Don Cherry
Player of the game Pascal Laberge Michael McLeod
Score 3 2

2017 Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects Game

The CHL announced Sherwin-Williams as the corporate title sponsor of the event, starting in 2017.[4] The 2017 Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects Game featured four celebrity coaches, all of whom played junior hockey for the Quebec Remparts. Team Cherry was led by Simon Gagné and Pierre Lacroix, and the head coach of the Quebec Remparts, Philippe Boucher. Team Orr was led by Guy Chouinard and Dave Pichette, and the head coach of the Drummondville Voltigeurs, Dominique Ducharme.[27] Team Cherry scored three times on the power play, and won 7–5. Players of the game were Henri Jokiharju of the Portland Winterhawks, and Nico Hischier of the Halifax Mooseheads.

2017 Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects Game
Date January 30, 2017, 7:00 pm
Location Centre Vidéotron (Quebec City, Quebec)
Attendance 9,707
Game report[28] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Bobby Orr
Player of the game Henri Jokiharju Nico Hischier
Score 7 5

2018 Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects Game

Don Cherry returned as a celebrity coach, joined by James Richmond of the Mississauga Steelheads, and assistants Brian Kilrea, Bert O'Brien. Team Orr was coached by Eric Lindros, joined by the Guelph Storm's coaching staff, George Burnett, Jake Grimes, and Luca Caputi.[29] Team Cherry scored the first five goals of the game, en route to a 7–4 victory. Filip Zadina of the Halifax Mooseheads, Aidan Dudas of the Owen Sound Attack, and Ty Dellandrea of the Flint Firebirds, all scored two goals each in the victory.

2018 Sherwin-Williams Top Prospects Game
Date January 25, 2018, 7:00 pm
Location Sleeman Centre (Guelph, Ontario)
Attendance  
Game report[30] Home Away
Team Team Cherry Team Orr
Coach Don Cherry Eric Lindros
Player of the game Evan Bouchard Kevin Bahl
Score 7 4

See also

References

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External links

  • Top Prospects Game web site
  • Canadian Hockey League web site
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