Contest Rules: 

  1. The iPlayHockey “Team of the Month” promotion is a free to enter contest, designed to promote support hockey teams across Canada.
  2. The contest is open only to legal residents of Canada over the age of 13. 
  3. To enter the contest, you must submit your entry over Facebook, Twitter or Email. Once you have entered for one month, your entry will be considered for future months.
  4. Upon entering, you are acknowledging that iPlayHockey may share your entry along with any photographs that are submitted on the website as well as all social media platforms. 
  5. The prize for each winner will be a team set (24 units) of iPlayHockey ball caps. Cost of shipping will be covered by iPlayHockey. 


Team of the Month - December 2017

Congratulations to our Team of the Month winner for December - the West Lorne Comets!

The West Lorne Comets Bantam Rep team is a great example of what small town hockey is all about.  Comprised of ten skaters plus two call-ups from the local peewee team, this team is very competitive against much larger centers they face game in and game out in league play. The team works hard every game and leaves everything on the ice. They are a great group of young adults who are very coachable and eager to improve and develop!

Teamwork, respect, battling hard and having fun. 

That is the focus of the Lucknow Sepoys each and every time they hit the ice. Some of them have been playing together every year or second year since Tyke.  Over the years the teamwork and friendships have made them better players, teammates, coaches, and more importantly, good friends.

The Ottawa Herricanes are a group of ladies who have been together for almost 10 years. Most of them started their hockey career as adults and their love of the game has kept them together over the years. Their age range is 24-52 years old and they have great spirit and joy!

This team of girls known as the Cornwall Typhoons this season have had their challenges. Most of the girls have never played together so suffice to say that it has been quite the learning experience, but they're doing fantastic!

This Cedar Park Peewee team had a 21-1 season this year and also went on to win the Police Cup, as seen in the picture above. 

These kids fought hard and never bragged about their wins and really connected as a team this year!

The West Carleton Warriors are a 3-on-3 team. They capped off an undefeated season by winning the Maplesoft 3-on-3 league with a record of 16 wins and no losses. They played against teams from Kanata, Stittsville and Nepean!

Leyton, Cole, Nolan, Hugo, Liam, Xavier, Miller, Laine, Amelie and Maelle had an amazing time this season and made a lot of new friendships!

Comprised of hockey moms, the Goulbourn MIPS hockey team participated in their first adult hockey tournament in Kingston in April 2017. From September to April 2017, the team attended bi-monthly on-ice practice and scrimmage sessions, some against a Kanata hockey moms team. Coached by a positive, enthusiastic hockey dad, many team members were brand new to playing hockey. The improvements in level of play of each player from the beginning of the season to the end was remarkable and really helped the team with their overall confidence. The Goulbourn MIPS are a hard working bunch, but definitely know how to have fun too – on and off the ice! The team looks forward to getting back on the ice this Fall.

The Alexis Warriors play in a small town just outside of Edmonton. Despite being from a small town, their passion for hockey is HUGE! They are defending champions for native provincials as well as their local division. They believe hockey is a great way to express themselves and bond together as a community.