Event Countdown

The safety of our participants, staff and volunteers remains our top priority.
Our team is keeping up-to-date on all provincial health orders and recommendations and will keep all those involved in the event advised of any changes or adaptations.
Questions? Email events@canucksautism.ca.

2022 CAN Pro-Am Hockey Tournament
presented by Dallas Watt Demo Ltd

This annual charity tournament brings NHL Alumni together with rec & corporate teams in support of Canucks Autism Network (CAN).

The 4th annual tourney is set to be held November 18-20 at The Westin Bayshore and North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex. 

Players returning from 2021: Find your team & register >
Looking to join a team? Or start a new one? Join our waitlist >

Draft Night


Friday, November 18

Each team must raise at least $20,000. The more funds a team raises, the higher selection they have to draft an NHL Alumni! >>

The Tournament


Sat, Nov 19 & Sun, Nov 20

Each team plays 3 games with NHL Alumni, with bonus experiences for our top fundraisers. >>

Fundraising Progress

$101,001.25 raised of $750,000 goal

"As alumni, we have a platform to give back. Autistic individuals need an outlet for whatever their passions are. CAN gives kids, youth & adults that opportunity. It's beautiful."

-Brad May, 2020 & 2021 tourney participant

About Canucks Autism Network

We believe every child on the autism spectrum has the right to play sports.
In addition to hockey, CAN delivers a range of sports & rec opportunities for all ages.

We believe that every Autistc adult has the right to meaningful employment.
CAN Employment Programs & Services have reached hundreds of Autistic job seekers.

We believe every community should take action to support Autistic individuals.
CAN autism training reaches thousands of educators, first responders, rec leaders & businesses.

By participating in the CAN Pro-Am, you are helping us achieve our vision.
Help us build a society where every Autistic individual is understood, accepted & supported.

Learn more about the cause >