For the Love of the Game

Millions of Canadians from coast to coast to coast are involved in making hockey happen, and every one of them has a story. The mentorship of a coach, the tireless efforts of a volunteer, the inspirational story of a teammate, the communities that have rallied together to support our game – Hockey Canada wants to recognize and celebrate those who have helped to make hockey such a positive experience for its participants.

Highlights of the Hockey Canada Community, presented by Scotiabank, the Official Bank of Hockey Canada, include a revamped version of Tom’s Talks, where CEO Tom Renney delivers impactful messages related to hockey, and monthly features about Canadians dedicating their time and passion to the game. 

And every month, in collaboration with the 13 Members, Hockey Canada Champions will be recognized. These will include players, coaches, officials, parents or volunteers who are going above and beyond to make hockey more in their communities!

Hockey Canada and Scotiabank want to shine the light on Canadians who are making a significant impact on our game. Hockey Canada Champions can be a player, coach, official, parent, volunteer or anyone who demonstrates the values important to Canadian hockey.

Together with our 13 Members and valued partner Scotiabank, Hockey Canada is searching for those who lead the way to provide a best-in-class hockey experience for all involved, creating a safe and fun environment where everyone feels welcome and accepted, and has the opportunity to be part of our game!

Know someone who should be celebrated? Help us tell their story – nominate a Champion today!


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