The CAN Pro-Am Online Auction, sponsored by Leith Wheeler, is now live! Bid on rare sports memorabilia, deluxe experiences and unique merchandise donated by CAN supporters and participating teams.
The 2019 CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament, presented by Modern Green Canada, will take place January 25-27 at Rogers Arena and UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.
SIGN UP FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE WEEKEND
- Hot Stove Lounge & Luncheon at Rogers Arena
Hear about life in the NHL from alumni.
- Draft Night at The Imperial Vancouver
Select NHL Alumni at a cocktail reception featuring live entertainment from the Odds.
- Two-Day Tournament at Rogers Arena & UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Each team guaranteed three games.
Early bird registration ($250 per player) expires Thursday, November 15!
Regular registration $299 after November 15.
NHL ALUMNI - "BEST OF BC"
On the 100-year anniversary of hockey in BC, the CAN Pro-Am will feature former NHL greats who have either played for the Vancouver Canucks or were born in BC. Confirmed alumni thus far include:
- Chris Higgins
- Kirk McLean
- Dave Babych
- Cliff Ronning
- and more
FUNDRAISE FOR CANUCKS AUTISM NETWORK
In order to participate, players must raise approximately $1,500 towards their team's fundraising goal. Players and teams can be as creative as possible to meet their goals -- from pub nights to raffles.
CAN will also help participants raise funds by providing opportunities to:
- Sell tickets to the CAN Pro-Am Hot Stove Lounge & Luncheon at Rogers Arena
- Sell tickets for the CAN Weekly Hockey Draw
- Donate items for the CAN Pro-Am Online Auction
The value of the winning bid will go to your fundraising total.
By raising vital funding for Canucks Autism Network (CAN), players and teams will be helping us change the lives of thousands of individuals and families living with autism province-wide.
Founded in 2008, CAN provides year-round sports and rec programs for children, youth, young adults, and families living with autism, while raising awareness and providing training in communities across BC.