Team up with NHL Alumni in the fight against Alzheimer's disease November 13–15, 2015
NHL Alumni
NHL Alumni

Learn more about the NHL Alumni who are taking place in this year’s Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s Tournament! Please check back frequently as more NHL Alumni confirm for the 2015 tournament.

2015 Top Teams
Team Name
Total
Scotiabank Real Estate Banking
$15,500.00
Cowell Auto Group
$13,982.00
Odlum Brown Bulls
$9,840.00
Howe-itzer's
$3,665.00
Minit-Tune Internationals
$3,225.00
Gordie's Angels
$685.00
Vanoc Alumni
$510.00
Register for 2015
Hockey Player

See yourself playing with and against NHL Alumni in 2015? Register for the Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s Tournament in 2015 and help put Alzheimer’s on ice. 20 teams and counting have registered. See who’s playing! [PDF, 228 KB]

2015 Top Players
Name
Total
Brad Anderson
$10,000.00
1
Winston Szeto
$5,500.00
2
John Hooper
$5,000.00
1
Deena Magtoto
$4,490.00
7
Parinaz Shakibafar
$3,500.00
2
Sam DeGuilio
$1,425.00
14
Alex Schoebel
$800.00
2
Roberto Formisano
$717.00
6
Anne Woloszczuk
$665.00
5
Dan Morley
$500.00
1
About the Tournament
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This unique three-day co-ed tournament gives players an exhilarating opportunity to play with and against NHL Alumni and enjoy all the camaraderie and excitement of a pro-am tournament, while raising funds that provide critical support to the Alzheimer Society of B.C.

The Society delivers education programs and support services to help the more than 70,000 British Columbians who face dementia. The Society also supports research for a cure.

The Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s tournament allows players to set a brain-healthy example by staying active while raising awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, all while supporting those who face dementia.

To view the 2014 event program, click here.

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Greg ‘Gus’ Adams is one of many NHL alumni who will be lacing up his skates in the 2015 Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s tournament. Dementia is a disease that has affected Adams’ life in a substantial way as his father lived with Alzheimer’s disease. On participating in the tournament, Adams says, “Anytime you have a chance to support something that affects you so closely, it hits home a lot and you want to contribute as much as you can and help out as much as you can. It’s obviously a great cause, it’s also a really fun time too, which is another reason I like to go to the tournament.” Adams says of seeing his father’s health deteriorate throughout the...
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Scotiabank Hockey For Alzheimer's: Help put Alzheimer's on ice!
The Alzheimer Society of B.C. and Scotiabank have teamed up again for Vancouver's 4th annual Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer's tournament, November 13-15, 2015. The event allows participants to have an extraordinary hockey experience with NHL Alumni, while they raise funds to support those affected by dementia. To learn more about this exciting event, or to register, visit...