Délı̨nę Minor Hockey received 25 brand new sets of hockey equipment this month, courtesy of the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund.
NHLPA Goals & Dreams recently donated equipment to the Rantanen Academy hockey school in Finland.
Nick Suzuki and David Savard of the Montréal Canadiens surprise community with a once in a lifetime experience.
Three G&D equipment donations valued at approximately $20,000.
The Fort Mac Hockey Brothers Foundation, with an assist from G&D, is making difference in the lives of children.
Four G&D equipment donations valued at approximately $65,000.
Brody was joined on stage by Byram to announce a $60,000 donation.
The country music star and Stanley Cup champion teamed up to benefit hockey-playing youth in B.C.
Total includes $250,000 in 2021-22 equipment donations from the NHL Players’ G&D program.
A second round of equipment donations is scheduled to be made in the coming months.
The community rallied for support across the country to win $250,000 for arena upgrades, $10,000 worth of youth hockey equipment from the NHLPA’s Goals & Dreams fund and the opportunity to host an NHL® preseason game.
For every assist recorded by an NHL player this season, the NHLPA will donate $7 to Kids Help Phone programming.
“It was a lot of wonderful equipment, all at once, and I was really impressed with the generosity of the NHLPA."
William Nylander and Peel Police provided an assist to some lucky NHLPA Goals & Dreams participants.
In May, NHLPA Goals & Dreams donated 25 sets of equipment to Grindstone, which continues to be a difference-maker in growing youth female hockey.
Kevin Hodgson is a Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award finalist, but the executive director of HEROS isn't about the accolades.
This March the NHLPA and NHL are celebrating women from across the hockey community in honour of Gender Equality Month, a Hockey Is For Everyone initiative.
They’re connecting virtually but the impact is palpable. Players are helping to grow the game through NHLPA Goals & Dreams alongside Sonnet Insurance (Sonnet).
Professional hockey stars come together to make hockey more accessible and inclusive through Everyone Deserves A Team initiative.
Ryan Reaves doesn’t need to be wearing his No. 75 Vegas Golden Knights sweater to be a difference-maker.