Second Annual Bash for BASH
Sunday, June 2, 2019 4:15-6:15
Piney Orchard Ice Rink
Free skate, pizza, and cake
All donations go directly to the Baltimore Saints Special Hockey Program
Please join us for a free skate Sunday June 2 to support the Baltimore Saints, a special hockey program that teaches the sport to individuals with autism and other disabilities. The Saints ensure every child is fully outfitted with hockey gear for free, and that they receive one-on-one mentoring. Entry is free, but all donations accepted will go directly to support this great program.
Nelson Hockey Association Inc. was created in1997 as a non-profit youth hockey organization to teach the fundamentals of ice hockey, promote character development and physical fitness, and instill the principles of fair play and healthy competition. Founder and Director, Nelson Burton, has spent more than 40 years playing and coaching hockey. He has played the game at every level from neighborhood pond hockey in his native Canada all the way to the NHL and continues to play in a local men’s league. Nelson’s goal is to provide a fun, competitive and inclusive environment for players to grow their skills, develop a love for the game and create life-long friendships.
Tune into this year's 2019 NHL Awards™ presented by Bridgestone, June 19th at 8 pm ET on NBCSN and Sportsnet to watch the Willie O'Ree Community Hero award winner receive their award.
Vote below to help select the winner of this year's Willie O'Ree Community Hero Award. Vote once a day through May 5th.
PLEASE VOTE FOR TAMMI LYNCH.... One of Metro's own parents!!
Tammi Lynch is a hockey mom who took action when her son’s teammate, Divyne Apollon was the victim of racial slurs. In January 2019, Tammi started a movement called Players Against Hate. Tammi designed a logo following the racial incident, crossing out the word “Racism” with a hockey stick. What started as a small, local movement to help share Divyne’s story, and express how hockey > hate, has grown into an international platform. Hockey players of all levels have shown their support by placing the logo on their gear and wearing buttons over their hearts. Fans and parents share their support by wearing shirts and sharing the word on social media. Tammi is building a safe community for those who have been victims of racial injustice by educating the public and acknowledging the problem. Since the movement has taken off, NHL players have reach out to victims personally after hearing about their stories. Tammi is proof that anyone can make a difference and help make this sport better, hockey > hate and hockey is for everyone.