THE 5th ANNUAL
LS7 STICKS IN FOR CHARITY
ROAD HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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"There is no better magic than realizing your own dream while simultaneously creating one for someone else to chase."
Katrina Galas
on Laura Stacey
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Game On!

 Join Olympic Gold Medalist Laura Stacey along with her Olympic and professional hockey friends for a fun day of road hockey!

The tournament is open to everyone age 10+.

$50/Player

Includes t-shirt and lunch

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2024 • LS7 Charity

Our mission since the very beginning has always been to help kids find their passion in sport or simply just have the opportunity to be active and involved in sport. 

In an attempt to continue getting kids active and involved in sports I am excited to announce that this year we will be supporting both KidSport Ontario and La Foundation des Canadiens pour l’enfance. 

From growing up and learning to play sports in Kleinburg, Ontario to now living and playing professional hockey in Montreal, Quebec for the PWHL MTL, I have been very fortunate to be surrounded by sport throughout my life! Supporting both of these charities is a way to give back to communities and organizations who have helped me chase my dreams and pursue a career through sport!

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About Kids Sport

The reality is that cost keeps 1 in 3 Canadian kids out of organized sport. KidSport provides grants to help cover those costs to ensure that no kid is ever left watching from the sidelines.

Through a confidential application process, grants of $250 – $500 are provided to cover sport registration and equipment costs, enabling kids aged 18 and under to participate in a season of sport. 

LS7 is raising money for the local Toronto Chapter:

100% LOCAL IMPACT

All funds raised by KidSport Toronto stay in our community to get local kids off the sidelines and into a season of sport. Let’s work together to build strong kids and strong communities

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About La Fondation des Canadiens pour l'Enfance

Since its inception in 2000, la Fondation des Canadiens pour l’enfance has been committed to encouraging physical activity and healthy lifestyles among underprivileged youth in Quebec. The foundation invests in programs like the BLEU BLANC BOUGE initiative, which builds community rinks to promote physical activity.

This year, our event will also support KidSport, ensuring funds are used to maximize benefits for children in both Montreal and Toronto. Following the event, funds raised will be distributed equally between the two charities, supporting diverse initiatives that keep children engaged and active

Thank You Sponsors

About Laura

Laura

Laura Stacey’s love for hockey began when she was just four years old, switching from figure skates to hockey skates to join the lively game that captured her heart. Inspired by Team Canada’s gold medal victory at the 2002 Winter Olympics, Laura dreamed of wearing the maple leaf and achieving her own Olympic success.

At Dartmouth College, Laura shone both on the ice and as a leader, serving as the team captain in her senior year. She carries a proud legacy as the great-granddaughter of Hockey Hall of Famer King Clancy, which has always inspired her to pursue greatness.

Laura’s international career started brightly with Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team in 2010, where she quickly made a mark by helping her team win medals at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championships. Despite facing challenges like being cut from the team and battling through injuries, Laura’s resilience and dedication never waned. She made a stellar debut at the IIHF Women’s World Championship in 2017, helping Canada clinch a silver medal.

Her Olympic dreams were realized when she competed in the Winter Olympics, earning a silver medal in 2018 and a cherished gold in 2022. Laura’s journey from a young hopeful to an Olympic champion is a testament to her perseverance and passion for hockey.

Recently, Laura embraced a leadership role as an alternate captain for Montreal’s team in the inaugural season of the PWHL, where she continues to inspire and lead by example, both on and off the ice. Laura’s unwavering commitment to the sport and her ability to inspire the next generation of hockey players are what make her a true role model in the world of women’s hockey.

“Good timber does not grow with ease, the stronger the wind the stronger the trees!”