JUNO Cup is a celebrity fundraising hockey game in support of MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS. NHL Greats and Canadian musicians including members of Blue Rodeo, The Tenors, Whitehorse and many more will face off in a fun, competitive, non-contact hockey game.
*Denotes a 2016 JUNO Award nominee
|Andrew O’Brien (Fortunate Ones)*
Bill Hamm (Canadian Chamber Choir)*
Brett Kissel* – COACH
Cosmo Ferraro (Ferraro)
Fraser Walters (The Tenors)* – COACH
Jay Bodner (Eagle & Hawk)
Jim Cuddy (Blue Rodeo)
|Keith Scott (Bryan Adams)*
Luke Doucet (Whitehorse)*
Paul Aucoin, Pete Emes (Smalltown DJs)
Remigio Pereira (The Tenors)*
Scott Henderson (Souls in Rhythm)
Victor Micallef (The Tenors)*
Vince Fontaine (Eagle & Hawk)
Brad Dalgarno (New York Islanders), Curtis Glencross (Calgary Flames), Jamie Macoun (Calgary Flames), Jesse Lumsden (Olympian), Jim Peplinski (Calgary Flames), Mark Napier (Montréal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Buffalo Sabres), Perry Berezan (Calgary Flames), Ron Sutter (Calgary Flames), Troy Crowder (Vancouver Canucks, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings, New Jersey Devils)
The NHL Greats have taken the JUNO Cup the last 6 years, and continued the streak, winning the 2016 Cup, with a final score of 12-10, over the Rockers.
The Juno Cup fundraises money for MusiCounts, which is a music education charity.
Photos by Nicki Chang-Powless