Weekend Overview 2019-08-01T00:43:30+00:00

WEEKEND OVERVIEW

The 2020 CAN Pro-Am will once again bring weekend warriors and corporate teams together with NHL Alumni in support of Canucks Autism Network.

Held January 24-26, teams will experience an unforgettable weekend of hockey at UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre with the top fundraisers earning the opportunity to play at Rogers Arena.

LUNCHEON

Friday, January 24, 2020
Hyatt Regency Vancouver

The CAN Pro-Am Luncheon will provide a unique opportunity for hockey enthusiasts and the business community to get an exclusive insider’s view of life in the NHL.

Featuring a Hot Stove Lounge, attendees will hear untold hockey stories from a panel of NHL Alumni, while enjoying first-class lunch and drink pairings.

The 2019 Luncheon featured alumni panels from all three Vancouver Canucks’ Stanley Cup Finals appearances — Darcy Rota and Stan Smyl (1982), Jyrki Lumme, Kirk McLean and Dave Babych (1994), and Mikael Samuelsson, Chris Higgins and Raffi Torres (2011).

2020 panels TBA.

DRAFT NIGHT

Friday, January 24, 2020
Hyatt Regency Vancouver

After months of fundraising, Draft Night will be each team’s opportunity to select an NHL Alumni to join them for the weekend.

The more funds each team raises, the higher they draft.

Once teams have drafted, they will have the rest of the night to enjoy drinks and live entertainment with their NHL Alumni.

TOURNAMENT – DAY 1

Saturday, January 25, 2020
UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

The first day of the tournament will take place at UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.

Up to 24 teams (11-17 players each) will hit the ice for two of their three total games.

TOURNAMENT – DAY 2

Sunday, January 26, 2020
Rogers Arena &
UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

On day two of the tournament, our top 8 fundraising teams will earn the exclusive opportunity to play their third game at Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks. The remaining teams will play their third game at UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.

In addition to regular tournament play, the top 22 individual fundraisers (20 players & 2 goalies) will be invited to the CAN Pro-Am All-Star Game at Rogers Arena alongside marquee NHL Alumni.

Friends & family are welcome to both Rogers Arena and UBC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre to catch all the action.

Players will receive star treatment with:

  • Fully-stocked dressing rooms
    Sock tape, stick tap, hydrating drinks, snacks, towels & more
  • Personalized equipment
    Jerseys, socks & locker stalls
  • Player lounge
    Food & beverages available
  • And more!