The NHL Alumni Pro-Am

About The NHL Alumni Pro-Am Charity Hockey Tournament

Play with and against your NHL Heroes!

The 2nd Annual Boston NHL Alumni Pro-Am benefitting Children’s Hospital, in association with the Boston Bruins Foundation, is the ultimate recreational hockey experience for players and teams 35+ in support of pediatric head trauma care and research.

Every team will select an NHL or Boston Bruins Alumnus to play on their team in pursuit of the championship.

Three ways to get involved:

1. Sign up a team (11-17 players)

2. Sign up as an individual

3. Sponsor your favorite team or individual

The NHL Alumni Pro-Am kicks off with a memorable draft party extravaganza a day before the tournament, where each team will choose an NHL or Boston Bruins alumnus to play on their team. Draft positions will be determined by the total dollars raised by each team. Teams must raise a minimum of $25,000 to participate.  There is a registration fee of $100 per player.

This one-of-a-kind fundraising event is your opportunity to rub elbows and shoulders with some of the great ones! A fantastic NHL Alumni Draft Party will kick off the event on Friday, April 25th where your team will select their NHL alumnus teammate.  Tournament games will be played April 26th and 27th at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, MA.

Register today and help Boston Children’s Hospital in their effort to better understand and treat pediatric concussions.  As a national leader in understanding and treating pediatric concussions, your philanthropic support will advance critical research into this skyrocketing problem.  With your personal web page, you can raise money for a great cause, play with and against your favorite hockey heroes, score amazing hockey collectibles and win great prizes!

Current Committee Members

Charlie Jacobs – Boston Bruins

Kim Jacobs – Children’s Hospital Trustee

Bob Sweeney – Boston Bruins Foundation

Jason Zent – NHL Alumni Association

Joe Zinc – Atlantic Management

Corey Griffin – Bain Capital Ventures

Rob Griffin – Cushman & Wakefield

Sean McGrail – NESN

Wes Tuttle – New England Sports Center