About Scotland's Yard Road Hockey Classic
- Classic street hockey tournament for all ages playing alongside NHL and professional hockey players
- Played with full rink boards and netting for safety. Certified referees officiating each game.
- Three (3) game guarantee for registered teams.
- The Scoltand's Yard Road Hockey Classic brings the community together through the passion of sport and makes for an incredible all day experience
- 2023 event raised over $355K to support enhanced Children's Care in our Region
After watching our best friend’s daughter, Scottie, fight cancer with a daughter of our own the same age, we knew we had to do something to help. We were given the opportunity to help raise money to improve children’s cancer care in our community with Scotland’s Yard.
We called on some NHL players as well as NHL alumni, OHL players, women’s players and Olympic gold medal hockey players to join us and the results were incredible! The past two years of Scotland’s Yard RoadHockey Classic have been epic!
- 20 Professional Hockey Players
- Over 100 Volunteers
- 1500+ players, families & spectators
- Over $355,000 raised
- Tournament was picked up by CTV
- Supported by the NHLPA and NHL Hockey Fights Cancer Campaign
We are so excited to see what we can do together this year, and we hope you will join us!
Jacqueline & Ben Chiarot (#8 Detroit Red Wings)
Scotland’s Yard is a vision to bring care close to home. With the funds from this tournament we are purchasing a Positron Emission Tomography Machine (PET/CT) that will cost $7,000,000. We are already half way there.
Demand for PET/CT scans for diagnosis and treatment continues to grow in our communities, and despite this, none exist in Waterloo-Wellington. Investing in a PET/CT will enable patients to receive care close to home, versus travelling to Hamilton or Mississauga, which adds further stress both on patients and their caregivers, as well as the cancer health network.
WHAT IS SCOTLAND'S YARD?
Scotland’s Yard: a vision for enhancing pediatric cancer care here at home in Waterloo Region. Inspired by the courage of Scotland (Scottie), a young cancer survivor, a group of community members came together to make Scotland’s Yard a reality.