Set for July 20 in Toronto, several NHL players will take part in an evening that raises money for rare cancer and concussion research.
Set for July 20 at Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto, Smashfest, makes its return to Toronto.
The NHLPA-supported charity event, which returns to Toronto after a two-year hiatus due to the global pandemic, will take place July 20th.
In total, Smashfest IX raised $130,000 for concussion and rare cancer research while Alexander Kerfoot proved to be the titan of the tables.
Smashfest continues to attract some of hockey’s biggest names both past and present.
The NHLPA-supported Charity Ping-Pong Challenge, in the name of concussion and rare cancer research, hit new heights as Patrick Eaves earned a fifth straight title.
Eight years. Two charities. One-of-a-kind. Smashfest is on the cusp of a very impressive milestone.
Jeff Skinner will once again bring his ping-pong skills to Smashfest, the annual charity event that takes place on July 25 in Toronto.
The eighth annual Smashfest® Charity Ping-Pong Challenge hosted by Dominic Moore will take place Thursday, July 25 at Steam Whistle Brewing in Toronto.
Milos Raonic is taller than most NHL players, but the hard-hitting Canadian tennis player can certainly relate to them on a number of levels.
William Nylander had one mission in mind when it came to Smashfest VII: get the better of anyone who wears a blue and white hockey sweater.
It was competitive, it was fun, and as four-peat champion Patrick Eaves put it best, everyone walked away a winner.
Patrick Eaves, who was limited to just two NHL games in 2017-18, can’t wait for the puck to drop on the new season. But before it does, the right wing has one order of business to take care of.
Dominic Moore, Connor Brown and James van Riemsdyk to stop by Bay/ Wellington in Toronto tomorrow to promote Smashfest® Charity Ping-Pong Challenge.
In the minutes leading up to the start of Smashfest VI, 23-year old Connor Carrick couldn’t help but take a playful poke at a pair of fellow Maple Leafs standing just a couple feet away.
Created and hosted by Dominic Moore and supported by the NHLPA, Smashfest continued to grow its efforts Thursday to help fund concussion and rare cancer research with Smashfest VI, one of the most unique charitable experiences that has now raised over $665,000 to date.
To say that Patrick Eaves has been a smashing success at Smashfest would be a huge understatement. Eaves looks to serve up his third consecutive Smashfest crown on an evening that brings out NHL players, pro athletes, celebrities and hockey fans.
He’s one of hockey’s most intense players, but don’t expect the quite the same competitive display from Matthew Tkachuk when he serves up his best shot at the Smashfest Charity Ping-Pong Challenge.
Charity Ping-Pong Challenge supported by the NHLPA raises funds for concussion & rare cancer research.
Dominic Moore hosted fifth annual event with the NHLPA where important funds and awareness for concussion and rare cancer research were raised, and a ping-pong champion was crowned.