THF West had two showcases the first weekend in December that took place in Las Vegas, Nevada and Phoenix, Arizona. 

Wasatch Renegades U14 (3-2): The Renegades had a 3-2 weekend in Phoenix. Owen Salomons had a strong outing in his three starts as a goalie for the Renegades going 2-1. 

CO Springs Tigers U15 (2-1-1): The Tigers were led by Gavin Zuber this past weekend in Phoenix defeating the St. Francis Red Raiders, Ontario Jr Reign and tying the Arizona Bobcats. 

Northwest Stars U15 (3-1): The Stars had a strong weekend going 3-1 and getting wins over the Music City Marauders, Ontario Jr Reign and St. Francis Red Raiders. The Stars scored 26 goals in their four games and Dylan Crossley led the team with seven goals and two assists. 

CO Springs Tigers U16 (2-1-1): Despite the Tigers record over the weekend, they had many close games when it came to final scores. After losing in game one to the Anaheim Jr Ice Dogs, they bounced back for two wins and a 4-4 tie against Golden State Elite. They scored three power play goals and had 12 total on the weekend in those four games. 

Golden State Elite U16 (3-0-1): Golden State Elite had a great weekend defeating Ontario Jr. Reign, Wenatchee Wilderness and the Northwest Stars. They had 14 goals scored and only allowed six. William Carothers and Tyler Webb led the team with three goals each and Tyler had five assists. 

CO Springs Tigers U18 (3-1): The Tigers had a great weekend in Las Vegas defeating three of their four opponents. They allowed the least amount of goals out of all U18 teams with only eight goals against while scoring 14. Dashiell Ingram led the Tigers with three goals and three assists. 

St. Francis Red Raiders U18 (2-2): The Red Raiders had a .500 weekend against the CDA, Colorado Springs Tigers, Northwest Stars and the Vegas Jr Golden Knights. Joshua Petrini led them with three goals with two of them being power play goals.