REGISTER FOR HOCKEY HELPS THE HOMELESS


 

2021 Vancouver

Welcome to Hockey Helps the Homeless! Please carefully review the registration options below before selecting one. A reminder that all players are required to meet the minimum fundraising amount before game day in order to participate. All funds raised will stay local in support of nearly a dozen deserving organizations including Covenant House, The Urban Native Youth Association, The Bloom Group, Covenant House and many more. 

 

NEW: Out of an abundance of caution against COVID-19, Hockey Helps the Homeless will require that all event attendees (including players, alumni, volunteers, stakeholders and HHTH employees) be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend an event during the 2021/22 tournament season. All event attendees will be asked to show proof of vaccination on the day of the tournament. As per Health Canada, you are considered to be fully vaccinated if you have received two doses of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine and 14 days have passed since your second dose.

 

For more information about the HHTH Vancouver event and changes made due to COVID-19 restrictions, please click here.

 

Questions about registration? Contact Brian at Brian@hhth.com

   

I'M A MALE FREE AGENT  


Are you a male player? Reserve your spot today by clicking ‘Register Now’ below. You will be assigned to a roster in advance of the Tournament. Be sure to note if there are other players or a corporate team you’d like to play with.

I'M A FEMALE FREE AGENT  


Due to having a limited capacity as a result of COVID-19, the Women's Division is now full. Want to join the Waiting List? Please click the button below to add your name.

HONORARY SKATER  


Can't play but still want to raise funds? No problem. Register to fundraise as an Honorary Skater!

 


 

The HHTH Experience

 

 

 


Discover what it's like to play in one of our tournaments, be treated like a PRO for the day and skate alongside Hockey Legends! Watch the video above to get a taste of the HHTH experience and learn how your efforts support local agencies working to combat homelessness in your community.