Tudor Manor was excited to be a part of the Okotoks Oilers Peewee Hockey Team’s quest for the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup in December!
The Good Deeds Cup is a national contest for peewee hockey teams across Canada to give back to their community and record a video of them making a difference in a meaningful way. This team certainly achieved their goal by volunteering their time to play a game of floor hockey with our residents.
But this was no regular hockey game, this was also a lesson in empathy where players were assigned a physical limitation throughout the duration of the game, like sitting in a wheelchair or wearing blurred goggles. In the end, the Okotoks Oilers were not chosen as the Good Deeds Cup recipients, but they are certainly winners in our hearts! Watch the video below (or click here to view on Youtube).