Ice Hockey Classic

Canada vs USA Ice Hockey Game

Over 10 years ago, Kerry Goulet had a dream to showcase Canada’s game to the world, Ice Hockey. Since then, the Ice Hockey Classic has done 11 tours showcasing hockey games between two of Hockey’s biggest rivals, Canada and the USA. 

The Ice Hockey Classic is a worldwide hockey extravaganza that features hockey players – current or retired professional players from various leagues including the NHL, AHL, ECHL, European Leagues, and the NCAA.

These carefully picked players are not only skilled Hockey players but are also ambassadors of the game. The players come together to highlight the fastest sport on ice while donating their time to support Goulet’s passionate endeavour to raise awareness for mental health and concussions.

The Ice Hockey Classic is planned for June/July 2022 in New Zealand and Australia. The cities being considered: Queenstown, Wellington, Auckland, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.

 To kick off this worldwide event – August 21st, 2021, the Ice Hockey Classic will be having its first game at Paramount Ice in Richmond Hill, Ontario that will be live-streamed across the world!

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Get Ready We are Back in 2022

Thank you to the fans who have followed us and have always inspired us to achieve more.

Over the past seasons, we have had over 100,000 spectators in attendance across Australia and New Zealand.

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