THE MIKE KEANE
CELEBRITY HOCKEY CLASSIC

POSTPONED DUE TO CONCERNS OVER COVID-19

A unique experience for fundraisers and fans to get up close with NHL greats, all in support of the True North Youth Foundation and Continuity Care.

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About Us

Mike Keane, former NHLer, 3 time Stanley Cup Champion and Manitoba Moose captain, spearheaded the initiative of a charity hockey tournament to raise funds for Manitoba charities in partnership with Continuity Care, and the True North Youth Foundation. This event allows adult recreational hockey players from around Winnipeg to become wide-eyed kids again for the first time in decades as they take to the ice with their childhood heroes.

Mike Keane

EVENT DETAILS

Everything you need to know about this years event. Tournament Dates: March 18 & 19, 2020

The Tournament

A unique experience for fundraisers and fans to get up close with NHL greats, all in support of the True North Youth Foundation and Continuity Care.

The Draft

Only one team will have the first over-all draft pick for this 10th annual event.

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Participating Teams

Teams participating in this year's event.

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Sponsor a Team

Sponsor a player or team of your choice easily through our website.

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Contact Us

Have any questions about the event? Get in touch!

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Matthew Barnaby

Matt Barnaby

Garth Butcher

Garth Butcher

Kelly Chase

Kelly Chase

Mike Commodore

Mike Commodore

Lucien Deblois

Lucien DeBlois

Tanner Glass

Tanner Glass

Eric Gryba

Eric Gryba

matt-hendriks

Matt Hendriks

Cam Janssen

Cam Janssen

Mike Keane

Mike Keane

Ryan Malone

Ryan Malone

Brad May

Brad May

jim-mckenzie

Jim McKenzie

Jeff Odgers

Andre Roy

Andre Roy

Jimmy Roy

Jimmy Roy

Mike Sillinger

Mike Sillinger

Brian Skrudland

Brian Skrudland

Jim Slater

Jim Slater

Chris Thorburn

Chris Thorburn

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Register your team for the 10th annual Mike Keane Celebrity Classic

In Support of

TNYF
Continuity Care

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