We hope you all are staying safe. Unfortunately we have to postpone the LS7 Sticks In For Charity Road Hockey Tournament again this year due to Covid-19.
We are already looking forward to next summer and can’t wait for the the 4th Annual to be bigger & better than ever!
Thanks for all your support and stay tuned for more information!
Laura & the LS7 Charity Event Team
Since the 2020 LS7 Sticks In For Charity Road Hockey Tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we just wanted to find a way to say "THANK YOU!" and support those who were helping keep us safe.
In 2020 we put our sticks down in order to show support for all the front-line workers. Instead of “throwing our sticks in” we changed things up last year and passed over PPE to front-line workers.
The LS7 Sticks in for Charity is proud to announce we were able to donate 510 medical masks to Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital to help protect our heroes! Special thanks to Bauer for helping make this donation a reality!
Laura & the LS7 Charity Event Team
Special Thanks to
Announcing the 3rd Annual
The only tournament where the sticks decide the team!
The 3rd Annual
Laura Stacey • LS7
Sticks In For Charity
Road Hockey Tournament
Sat. June 27, 2020 • 9:00am - 3:30pm
Etobicoke (Kingsgrove & Highgate)
Join Olympic Silver Medalist Laura Stacey along with her Olympic and professional hockey friends for a fun day of road hockey!
Open to women, men, and kids, ages 10+.
Registration Opening Soon!
About Laura Stacey
Laura started playing hockey at age 4. Her parents enrolled her in a learn-to-skate/figure skating class but she didn’t enjoy it because she wanted to be with the kids playing hockey on a different rink. She eventually convinced her parents to let her play. When Laura watched the Canadian women win gold in 2002 in Salt Lake City, she started to dream about one day playing for Team Canada herself, and standing on the blue line with a gold medal around her neck. Laura went on to play at Dartmouth College where she captained the team in her senior year. Her great-grandfather was Hockey Hall of Famer, King Clancy.
Laura first wore the maple leaf as a member of Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team in August 2010. She went on to win silver and gold with the team at the 2011 and 2012 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championships. Over the next few years, Laura was cut four consecutive years before finally making her IIHF Women’s World Championship debut in 2017, helping Canada win the silver medal. Getting cut and battling through injuries made her truly realize how much she wanted to pursue her dream of playing for Team Canada. Laura was fortunate enough to earn her spot on the 2018 Winter Olympic roster, and helped Team Canada win the silver medal.
“Good timber does not grow with ease, the stronger the wind the stronger the trees!"
In attempt to get kids active and involved in sport, all proceeds from the event will go towards “LS7 Activity Days” in partnership with local elementary schools. Together, we will plan a special day where kids will be outside playing different sports and enjoying one another’s company. It is my goal to help kids find their passion in sport or simply just have fun being active!
Some schools already selected are:
• James Bolton Public School
• Captain R. Wilson Public School
• 4 divisions • 16 teams
• 5 players + goalie per team
• 96 players
How It Works:
The tournament will consist of 4 divisions, composed of 4 teams. Teams will be made up of 5 players plus a goalie. Each team is guaranteed 3 games (game length: 2 - 15 minute halves). The top team from each division, will advance to the semi-finals, and then finals.
Anyone can play with anyone!
This tournament is unlike the rest, as players will sign-up and register individually (not in teams of 6). On the day of the event during the opening ceremonies, sticks will be "pulled" and teams will be made up of players of all different skill sets, abilities and hockey experience. Teams will include professional hockey players, Olympians, adults, and kids (over 10 years old.) We want everyone – all ages, genders, and skill levels – to be able to play competitively! The cost to enter the tournament is $30 per player, and includes lunch.