After a two-year hiatus, Team Colorado is headed back to America's Showcase in St. Louis.
Twenty of the state's best high school hockey players will travel to play in the national showcase, which was canceled the past two seasons due the pandemic, on April 21-25.
A separate roster from the crop of players selected for the Team Colorado CCM National Invitational Tournament (NIT), Team Colorado's America's Showcase team consists of nine seniors, eight juniors and three sophomores from 14 different Colorado High School Activities (CHSAA) programs.
America's Showcase consists of 16 teams from across the country. Participating players hail from California, Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C., Arizona, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Florida, North Dakota, Utah and Rhode Island.
Scroll below to see the full Team Colorado America's Showcase roster.
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