Ty Meunier plays top-tier winter hockey in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. He spends countless hours stickhandling and shooting pucks in the basement with his younger brother. Ty’s ultimate dream is to play junior and/or University hockey and get to the NHL.

His dad spends many hours with Ty, coaching his teams and helping him with skill development. Ty’s favorite player is Connor McDavid and he tries to work as hard as he does to be a leader.

“I’m looking forward to playing with and against very strong players from different cities,” Ty said. “I also hope to make some new friendships along the way.”

Selects Hockey is hosting multiple evaluation camps for ’07 Girls and ’08 Boys players interested in the 2019 HHOF Future Legends Invitational as well as those interested in joining the Selects Hockey and Selects Hockey Development programs. Interested and want to find out more? Click HERE for all of our winter evaluation dates!

The second annual Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends Invitational in Toronto proved to be a huge success, thanks in large part to the 282 individual participants and 23 team participants at this year’s event.

Festivities began on Thursday with opening ceremonies for the ‘06 girls and ‘07 boys, followed by off-ice combine testing at The Hangar Sport & Event Centre in Toronto. After that, on-ice combine testing and round-robin action got underway with games running through Saturday morning.

Six ‘06 girls teams and twelve ‘07 boys teams were then invited for a private tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame in downtown Toronto, where athletes could observe the many pieces of hockey history on display and compete in virtual-reality games as well as getting team pictures taken with the Stanley Cup.

Sunday morning, competition was whittled down to four teams; Team Brodeur, Team Crosby, Team Lemieux and Team Gretzky for the boys and Team Goyette, Team Granato, Team James and Team Ruggiero for the girls.

The girls’ division was close all the way down the stretch, with 14 games over the weekend decided by two goals or less and two of the final three games decided by just one goal. It was Sadie Hotles’ lone goal in the championship game that would give Team Goyette the 1-0 win over Team Granato in the girls’ final.

Michael Misa scored in overtime to send Team Lemieux to the championship game on Sunday afternoon, where they would head to overtime yet again. However, this time it would be Conrad Fondrk for Team Gretzky that would score the deciding goal, taking home the championship with a 4-3 win.

The individual-entry event for the ‘06 girls and ‘07 boys proved to be an incredible success, with phenomenal competition that provided a wealth of amazing content, photos, videos and more that we are excited to share in the coming days!

Just as exciting this weekend was the promising talent displayed at the younger ‘08, ‘09 and ‘10 divisions that we cannot wait to see again at HHOF Invitational events in the coming years!

Our ‘08 division saw two talented European teams face off, where the Golden Ring Selects from Russia defeated the Czech Knights 9-2 in the championship game. The ‘09 division was a nail biter, with Axis Hockey winning an overtime thriller to defeat Pro Hockey. The ‘10 division saw Pro Hockey reign victorious, though, with back-to-back goals in the third period to win its division 2-1 over The Hill Academy.

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Want more LEGACY Global Sports Hockey events? We’ve got a ton of camps and tournaments coming up throughout Spring, Summer and Fall! Check them out HERE

Today from 11:00AM – 3:30PM both boys and girls are taking the ice for the 2018 HHOF Future Legends Invitational on-ice combine! These athletes are showing off their skills and having the opportunity to meet athletes from across the globe. Check out more pictures and stay up to date with the 2018 event by following our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts!

Future Legends Draft Night In Toronto

The opening ceremonies for the Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends took place today in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The athletes sat in anticipation as they watched bagpipers march down the aisle in front of the Calder, Vezina, and Hart trophies.


Elliotte Friedman, from Hockey Night in Canada, took over the mic and MC’d – announcing the 12 team rosters for the boys ceremony. The athletes kept Friedman entertained by asking him questions throughout the ceremony. After the boy teams were announced, a combine took place where the athletes were measured and ranked according to their performance. They competed in speed and agility exercises that mimic the muscle groups needed in competitive hockey.

For the girls opening ceremony, 3x Gold Medalist Jennifer Botterill, MC’d the event – announcing the 6 team rosters, while taking questions from the athletes and lending out advice. Botterill had a special surprise for the athletes, bringing out one of her gold medals. The girls combine kicked off after the ceremony, with high energy in anticipation for the weekend ahead.

The puck drops Thursday night and will conclude with the championship Sunday afternoon. Keep up with all the action by following our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts!

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.”

Future Legend goaltender Lauren Ferrari has been starring in net for the New Jersey Rockets boys team for the past four seasons.

One of the biggest thrills of her life was watching her idol Martin Brodeur pitch one of the final shutouts of his legendary career.

Lauren’s father, Kurt, wrote: “Witnessing the respect shown by his teammates for making every save that night and the wild ovation from the crowd drives Lauren to this day.”

Rocco Marinucci is a versatile player on the rink looking to make an impact. Rocco’s favourite HHOF player is Adam Oates. Adam played Division I collegiate hockey for RPI Hockey back in the 80s and Rocco’s passion is all about RPI.

He is excited about creating new friendships at the Future Legends Tournament that will last a lifetime.


Brayden Klimpke, who likes to go by Brady, is a mobile defenceman who loves to join the rush. His favourite player in the HHOF is Bobby Orr because of how impressive and dominant he was. Brady would love to someday play in the WHL or NCAA and even the NHL.

He comes from a family of busy athletes. His older brother Tanner played Minor Midget AAA this winter, his older sister Darrian just won back to back Western Canadian U14AA Ringette Championships with Team Alberta, and his younger sister Courtney is just starting ringette but has her siblings competitive nature.

While growing up in New Brunswick means Future Legend Sam Allaby (left) and his brother, Connor, don’t get to watch a lot of Detroit Red Wings games, the pride of the “Winged Wheel” is very present in the Allaby household as the family cat is named, “Yzerman.”

Sam is looking forward to forging new friendships at the Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends Tournament!