11th annual GTHL Legacy Classic raises over $26,000 in support of GTHL Legacy Fund

The Greater Toronto Hockey League held the 11th annual GTHL Legacy Classic on July 12, raising $26,132 in support of the GTHL Legacy Fund.

The tournament, held at Cardinal Golf Club, welcomed 128 golfers from the hockey community along with many partners who came out to support a great day on the course.

The strong display from players, sponsors, and volunteers directly benefits the GTHL’s Legacy Fund, which was established in 2011 in an effort to help families in financial need, and to assist organizations in funding hockey programs with a focus on child and community development.

Click here to view the complete 2022 GTHL Legacy Classic photo album.

The GTHL extends a gracious thank-you to all sponsor sand donors for helping to make this year’s GTHL Legacy Classic possible:

Nothers The Award Store

AAO Black Aces

Don Mills Flyers

Game on Stream

Hillcrest Canadiens

Mississauga Steelheads

Northern Alarm Protection

POS Connect

Vaughan Kings

Vaughan Panthers


Amsterdam Barrel House

Amsterdam Brewhouse on the Lake

Art Gallery of Ontario

Boston Bruins

Calgary Flames

Cameron’s Brewing

Charity Golf International

Chicago Blackhawks


GameTime Brew Co.

H2T Elite Dryland Training

Haliburton Hockey Haven

Hilton Hotels

Hockey Hall of Fame

Louis Cifer Brew Works

Metro Golf Sportsplex

Noble Estates Wine & Spirits


Pittsburgh Steelers

Scotiabank Pond

Toronto Maple Leafs

Toronto Zoo


TRUE Hockey

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