Season 1[edit | edit source]
In the first season, 68 players participated in a grueling two-week training camp in Vernon, British Columbia to compete for one of six invitations to an NHL training camp, one for each Canadian team. Those 68 players were divided into two teams, "Team Blue" and "Team Gold". Former NHL coaches Mike Keenan and Scotty Bowman served as General Managers for this season, alongside a team of other hockey scouts and coaches. Scott Oake served as the host for this season.
The song "Big League" by Canadian rock musician Tom Cochrane was the theme song for the first season of the show.
The winners of that season were as follows:
Season 2[edit | edit source]
In the second season, one winner received a $250,000 endorsement contract and representation from a top NHL agent.
During the second season, Mike Keenan returned as the lone General Manager of the series.
Franklin MacDonald of Nova Scotia was the winner of that season, and earned a contract with the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League. He was playing in the Panthers minor league system as of 2007.
The song "Get Thru This" by Vancouver rock band Art of Dying was the theme song for the second season of the show.