Let’s help The Moss Park Hockey League.

mossparkThe Moss Park Hockey League has allowing kids in the downtown east end to play hockey for free. FOR FREE!! The only free hockey in Canada and they have been doing for over 62 years. It has always been a volunteer-driven and word of mouth league. This year alone they have 270 players and they don’t need to pay for equipment if they don’t have the money.

 
My son and daughter both played there and got their starts in hockey at the MPHL and I have decided to get more involved. It is time to help them out. I would like to make sure the league not only survives but can grow to allow more boys and girls to get the opportunity to play hockey.
The MPHL a true gem of our community. It represents the best of volunteerism, community, and sport.
62nd year // 270+ players  //  Age Range 4 – 16 // 19 Teams – // Free   // www.mphl.ca
Please get in touch with me if you are interested in helping to create long term financial stability for the the Moss Park Hockey league. Loveringpeter@gmail.com

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