Nominate your Hockey Canada Champion, presented by Scotiabank

A Hockey Canada Champion can be a player, coach, official, parent, guardian, volunteer or any individual who has a passion for the game and has dedicated their time to bettering the hockey community, with a Member branch or their local hockey association.

They are someone who makes hockey more by:

- Leading by example, creating a safe, fun, inclusive environment and always providing a best-in-class experience.
- Continually giving back to the game by being MORE than a coach, MORE than a player, MORE than an official, or MORE than a volunteer or fan.
- Making a tangible and positive impact on the game of hockey and their community.
- Helping to positively change the narrative of hockey in Canada.
- Leaving a legacy or making change in their community.

A Hockey Canada Champion is nominated through the public or by a Hockey Canada Member branch using the online nomination form below.

One Champion is selected for each month of the hockey season from September to June, and receives a Hockey Canada jersey and Scotiabank prize pack, as well as a video feature produced about their involvement in the game.



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