The Hockey Hall of Fame and LEGACY Global Sports are pleased to announce the second annual International Future Legends Tournament in Toronto on April 26-29, 2018.
Three hundred of the world’s top elite youth hockey players have been invited to the second annual Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends Tournament in Toronto – powered by LEGACY Global Sports. The 18-team showcase will consist of the strongest players from around the globe across the boys’ 2007 and girls’ 2006 birth years.
“This is an elite, once-in-a-lifetime showcase,” said Travis Howe, Director of LEGACY Global Hockey. “It’s an opportunity for these young athletes to take the first big step in their hockey careers in front of coaches, scouts and hockey executives.”
“We wanted to bring the best young talent in the world together in Toronto to compete and bring an on-ice component to everything the Hall of Fame has to offer,” said hockey legend and Hockey Hall of Fame chairman of the board, Lanny McDonald.
LEGACY Global Sports is the world’s fastest growing youth sports event and logistics company, hosting more than 1,000,000 athletes and their families at over 450 elite tournaments, tours and events around the world each year, including the World Selects Invitational. The Hockey Hall of Fame is the legendary home to the Stanley Cup and the world’s landmark hockey shrine.
“The Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends Tournament is just the first event in our partnership with the Hall,” said Brad Robins, LEGACY Brand Ventures Director. “This brings the past and future together for the best hockey in Toronto, in Canada and around the world.”