After the fifth successful season with The Ice Hockey Classic in Australia, StopConcussions has been looking other events around the world. Following enormous success over the years, we’re excited to announce that we’re expanding to include more cities around the globe, this event being our first ever in the UK, and with that, rebranding to the Ice Hockey Super Series.
The teams will consist of current and former players from the National Hockey League (NHL), American Hockey League (AHL), East Coast Hockey league (ECHL) and stars of the local professional league, the Elite League (EIHL).
Tickets for The Ice Hockey Super Series – Sheffield CANADA v USA on Saturday 20th April will go on general sale 9am on Monday 4th February 2019 & will be available online from this web site FlyDSA Arena or the ticket hotline on 0114 256 56 56.
There will be Canada and USA merchandise available at the game plus silent and live auctions with NHL autographed items. Sponsorship, meet and greet and VIP packages available; contact: Toni Miil.
*Players announced are subject to change.
The Ice Hockey Super Series is designed to help grow the game and support important causes both globally and locally related to our sport while showcasing two ice hockey giants: Canada and USA.
StopConcussions is a global non-profit organization that provides an educational portal that players, parents, coaches, and officials can visit to seek information regarding concussions, with the goal of becoming more aware and ultimately safer individuals in their respective sports. StopConcussions’ The Safe4Sport Prevention Program provides resources and guidance to the stakeholders of sport, players, coaches, administrator, parents and officials. The prevention of serious injury in hockey is the programs ultimate goal. #changethemindsetnotthegame.
Our Safe4Sports program was developed and created by our Director of Athlete & Player Safety, Malcolm Sutherland HBPHE, MSc. Kin. and endorsed by our co-founder, Kerry Goulet. As an athlete and player safety expert Malcolm has developed prevention tools and a program to control serious injury in sport. As a Chartered Professional Ice Hockey Coach (Coaches of Canada), Master Coach, Coach Developer (NCCP) and member of Hockey Canada’s Writer’s group, Malcolm has studied and critically evaluated sport structures and coach and player development models and their outcomes. In the sport of ice hockey he has coached for more than 20 years at every age category and level of play including Varsity and Professional.
Kerry Goulet – Project Developer
Toni Miil – Project Manager/Logistics
Kevin Noble – Player Recruitment/Sponsorship
Trevor Johnson – Player Recruitment/Travel
Jess Patten – Social Media/PR/Logistics