GTHL announces 2024 Top Prospects Game, Selection Show details

TORONTO, ON – The Greater Toronto Hockey League is proud to announce the 14th annual GTHL Top Prospects Game fuelled by Gatorade will take place on January 17, 2024 at 7:30pm. The game will make its return to Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre as the top 40 GTHL Under-16 ‘AAA’ players go head-to-head.

The rosters will be announced during the GTHL Top Prospects Selection Show fuelled by Gatorade on Wednesday, December 6 at 6:00pm EST. The Selection Show, revealing the Team Red and Team Blue rosters, will be available to watch on the GTHL’s Instagram and YouTube page. Each roster will include two goaltenders, six defencemen, and 12 forwards.

Ticket information for the event will be announced at a later date.

“The GTHL is excited to have the 2024 GTHL Top Prospects Game make its return to Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre,” said Scott Oakman, GTHL Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer. “This event is a staple in our hockey season calendar. Getting the opportunity to host the game in the facility named after someone who’s legacy only continues to grow in importance today means a great deal to the League and is an important reminder of the work we all need to remain committed to.”

Current NHL stars such as Connor McDavid, Mitch Marner, Darnell Nurse, as well as exceptional status granted and first overall pick in the 2022 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection, Michael Misa, are alumni of the GTHL Top Prospects Game.

Of the 40 players selected in the 2023 GTHL Top Prospects Game, 38 were 2023 OHL Priority Selection picks.

For more information on the 2024 GTHL Top Prospects Game, visit

About the Greater Toronto Hockey League  

Founding in 1911, the GTHL is a non-profit organization and the largest minor hockey league in the world. The GTHL registers more than 40,000 annual participants in Markham, Mississauga, Toronto, and Vaughan. The purpose of the GTHL is to govern organized hockey for youth within its jurisdiction, and to foster participation that reflects the cultural demographic of the League’s territory while promoting an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for all participants.

For more information, please contact:

Stephanie Coratti
Senior Manager, Communications and Marketing
Greater Toronto Hockey League

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