ABOUT CANUCKS AUTISM NETWORK
Founded in 2008, Canucks Autism Network (CAN) provides year-round sports and rec programs for children, youth, young adults, and families living with autism, while raising awareness and providing training in communities across BC.
The CAN Pro-Am raises vital funding for the growth of our skate and hockey programs province-wide, ensuring that children, youth and young adults with autism are taken off the sidelines and onto the ice!
ABOUT THE CAN PRO-AM
The 2019 CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament, presented by Modern Green Canada, will take place January 25-27 at Rogers Arena and UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.
The tournament gives rec and corporate teams an exclusive opportunity to hit the ice and mingle with NHL Alumni, while supporting Canucks Autism Network (CAN).
NHL ALUMNI – “BEST OF BC”
On the 100-year anniversary of hockey in BC, the CAN Pro-Am will feature former NHL greats who have either played for the Vancouver Canucks or were born in BC. Confirmed alumni thus far include:
- Brendan Morrison
- Chris Higgins
- Kirk McLean
- Dave Babych
- Josh Gorges
- Mikael Samuelsson
- Cliff Ronning
- and more
CAN supporters, hockey fans and friends/family of the participating teams are welcome to watch all the on-ice action!
Sat, Jan 26 @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
Games taking place from 9:00am-4:15pm.
Paid parking; FREE entry.
Sun, Jan 27 @ Rogers Arena
Games taking place from 9:00am-5:30pm
Arena access via Gate 16; lower bowl & SportsBar seating
Paid parking; entry by donation.