3 on 3 Hockey Tournament
December 30 - December 31$100
3 on 3 Hockey Tournament for Mental Health
Presented by GoucheLive Productions and StopConcussions Foundation a non-profit organization.
It is a 2-day hockey style, grassroots tournament for beginner and intermediate hockey players and will be taking place in Toronto, on December 30th and 31st, 2021
at Paramount Ice located at 130 Racco Parkway in Thornhill.
The focus of the event is to raise to have fun and at the same time raise awareness and funds to benefit CONNECTED a Mental Health Initiative. CONNECTED is a platform under StopConcussions Foundation.
The tournament’s goal is to raise $5,000, to help us meet our annual goal of $10,000 for 2021.
The tournament is on a first-come, first-serve basis and there are only 20 team slots available.
You will be asked to include your name as a solo or Team name, each team member’s full name, email address, allergies, cell number, as well as indicate the level of entry (ie intermediate or beginner) and agree to our participant waiver.
All participants, once registered, will have to provide their vaccine passport and proof of identity, upon entry into the venue and follow any Covid-19 rules and regulations.
How it works:
Each player is to pay the $100 non-refundable, non-tax receipt-able registration fee to play, e-transferred to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, a Team can submit a one-time fee of $600.00 representing $100 from each of its six players.
Each team is asked to raise funds for Connected Mental Health. Upon registration, each team will be sent the online fundraising link and participant waiver.
You can ask for contributions from your work, colleagues, and friends, and family to increase your entry/fundraising participation fee.
Or, you can provide the funds yourself on your own fundraising page.
Any contribution over $30 will receive a free online subscription to The Hockey News.
The 6 (1 goalie) top fundraisers will play in a mixed 3 on 3 celebrity game during the tournament.
The lucky winners will be announced on December 29th.
- Teams 5 skaters and 1 goaltender.
- Games will be played on half the ice surface.
- 2 x 12 minute periods – no stop time.
- No referees.
Rules and Regulations:
- Helmets are mandatory.
- Full gear is mandatory, helmet, gloves, sticks, and skates.
- Double vaccination required.
The focus of this tournament is giving back and creating a fun hockey atmosphere. If you are ultra-competitive, prefer structured serious hockey, this is not the tournament for you.
This is for people who are looking for a fun, relaxed, semi-competitive experience focusing on helping the community.
What players receive:
A feeling of getting back to normalcy after a quiet holiday season last year. The gratification of knowing that you’re giving back and helping people suffering from mental health.
You are guaranteed 4 games, nearly 100 minutes of ice time, and hours of fun!
The schedule will be released the first week of December or once all team slots have been filled.
- 2 full ice surfaces
- Full-service restaurant
- Free parking
- Conveniently located at 407/Dufferin