2018 chevrolet good deeds cup shoulder bag
Another season for Good Deeds
Chevrolet and Hockey Canada are once again looking for Peewee teams making a difference off the ice
Jessica Gowans
October 3, 2018

UPDATE: Good Deeds Cup Team Kits are almost gone! Register for yours at ChevroletHockey.com!

It is Good Deeds season once again.

With the 2018-19 season set to begin, Hockey Canada and Chevrolet are proudly partnering once again on the third season of the Good Deeds Cup and the fourth season of the Good Deeds Cup Team Kits, two programs that use the skills that hockey can teach to create better people off the ice.

The Good Deeds Cup Team Kits help equip Peewee coaches with the tools they need to develop players on the ice, while introducing those players to important values that will make them better people away from the rink. As with past seasons, each kit includes the coach bag, helmet decals, playbook, and pucks.

Two new items have been added to the kits for this season. First is a lace bracelet with the Good Deeds Cup trophy that can be worn off the ice to bring further awareness to the program. And for parents who want to show off their pride, vehicle decals have also been added.

There are 3,000 kits available to coaches this year. They are free of charge, and eligible Peewee coaches can receive theirs by registering at ChevroletHockey.com.

Another Good Deeds Cup means another year of searching for the Peewee hockey team making the biggest impact in their communities through their good deeds. Winners receive a donation to the charity of their choice, a winner’s ceremony in their town, a television feature on their good deed, and a summer skate with a Chevrolet Hockey Ambassador.

Last year, more than 100 teams across the country participated in the contest before The Pas Huskies were voted national winners for their work helping to feed the homeless at Oscar’s Place, a homeless shelter in their hometown.

Teams can submit their videos for this year’s contest by visiting ChevroletHockey.com.

For more information:

Director, Communications
Hockey Canada


Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


Spencer Sharkey
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4567 / 905-906-5327 (mobile)


Katie Macleod
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427 / 403-612-2893 (mobile)


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