Back on the ice in 2021

This year, we were set to embark on our seventh annual event on August 1, 2020 but after thoughtful consideration, the QEII Foundation and the Jordan Boyd Foundation have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge. 
This means we’ll all take the next year to get stronger, rebuild and come back better than ever. We thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you back on the ice in 2021!

ABOUT THE TOURNEY

The Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge is a one-day tournament where twelve teams play alongside professional hockey players that are drafted to each team by order of their fundraising totals. The event’s highlight is a Celebrity All-Star Game, in which the professional hockey players are split into two teams, as are the top fundraisers, in a game for the fans that will celebrate the life of Jordan Boyd.

While we will miss our JBCHC family on the ice this summer, our JBCHC community can still celebrate Jordan’s life and love for the game of hockey by purchasing an exclusive JBCHC Off Season 2020 Hoodie.

ABOUT THE TOURNEY

The Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge is a one-day tournament where twelve teams play alongside professional hockey players that are drafted to each team by order of their fundraising totals. The event’s highlight is a Celebrity All-Star Game, in which the professional hockey players are split into two teams, as are the top fundraisers, in a game for the fans that will celebrate the life of Jordan Boyd.

While we will miss our JBCHC family on the ice this summer, our JBCHC community can still celebrate Jordan’s life and love for the game of hockey by purchasing an exclusive JBCHC Off Season 2020 Hoodie.

About the cause

Nova Scotia has the second highest incidence of Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricle Cardiomyopathy (ARVC) in Canada. Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricle Cardiomyopathy (ARVC) is a rare, inherited heart condition that took Jordan Boyd’s life in 2013. The life-saving research that you help fund by supporting this tournament, takes place at the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic – the first of its kind established in Canada. One hundred per cent of net proceeds will help prevent sudden death from cardiac arrest through the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic and create awareness through the Jordan Boyd Foundation.

About the cause

Nova Scotia has the second highest incidence of Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricle Cardiomyopathy (ARVC) in Canada. Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricle Cardiomyopathy (ARVC) is a rare, inherited heart condition that took Jordan Boyd’s life in 2013. The life-saving research that you help fund by supporting this tournament, takes place at the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic – the first of its kind established in Canada. One hundred per cent of net proceeds will help prevent sudden death from cardiac arrest through the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic and create awareness through the Jordan Boyd Foundation.

Jordan’s Legacy

Over the years, Jordan’s legacy and the annual hockey tournament organized in his memory have had a direct impact on research and care at the QEII’s Inherited Heart Disease Clinic. To date, the Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge has raised more than $855,000 for inherited heart disease research and to help prevent sudden death from cardiac arrest.

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