The 2015 NHLPA Golf Classic kicked off Thursday, July 9th at the iconic Predator Ridge resort in beautiful Vernon, British Columbia.
We’re taking our annual charity golf tournament to Predator Ridge in British Columbia and topping it off with a community celebration at Kalamalka Beach.
On his way home from a restaurant in Westmount, QC, on Sunday evening, P.K. Subban noticed a group of young kids playing a game of road hockey.
On Friday, NHLPA Goals & Dreams celebrated the sixth stop on its 15th anniversary tour in Montreal, QC, celebrating 15 years of giving back to grassroots hockey.
Let the voting begin! Future of hockey being rebuilt with $400,000 for arena upgrades.
Annual program returns to improve Canadian arenas with $400,000 in prizing.
On Tuesday, NHLPA Goals & Dreams celebrated the fourth stop on its 15th anniversary tour in Toronto at the site of the old Maple Leaf Gardens.
David & Kelly Backes traveled to Kenya this past summer with Starkey Hearing Foundation to help bring the gift of hearing to people in the African country
On Thursday, NHLPA Goals & Dreams celebrated the third stop on its 15th Anniversary tour in Vancouver with the Sedin Family Foundation and KidSport BC.
NHL Players’ program donates 25 sets of equipment to local children.
On Monday, the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund celebrated the second stop on its 15th Anniversary Tour in Ottawa, Ontario.
An interactive map highlighting all 32 countries G&D has assisted grassroots hockey in over the years.
Proceeds to benefit grassroots hockey organizations participating in G&D 15th anniversary tour.
On Tuesday, the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund celebrated the start of its 15th Anniversary Tour in Hastings, Minnesota.
Thanks to the NHLPA’s Goals & Dreams fund, Matt Duchene and 50 kids in his hometown of Haliburton, Ontario, will have plenty to smile about.
The joint initiative between the NHL and the NHLPA returns for its 16th season.
Fans lined up in Sylvan Lake, AB today to meet their favourite players prior to the 2014 Kraft Hockeyville game between the Arizona Coyotes and the Calgary Flames.
When a fundraising effort organized by San Jose Sharks forward Logan Couture started earlier and ended later than originally scheduled, his teammates’ response was just what he expected.
The multiyear, multimillion-dollar program will use hockey to train one million students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills.
A compilation of the best #IceBucketChallenge videos from NHL players to benefit ALS charities and initiatives.