About the EventThe Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s in Support of Baycrest is the largest hockey charity event in North America. Register today to play in this exciting two-day tournament featuring former hockey pros and hockey enthusiasts. Sign up as an individual or register a team. Either way, we’re one team vs. Alzheimer’s. See why you can’t miss the 2019 Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s in Support of Baycrest:
2019 All-Star Alumni
Matthew was the fourth round, 84th overall selection of the Buffalo Sabres in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft.
In his first full season with the Buffalo Sabres the NHL the Ottawa, Ontario native led the league with 335 minutes in penalties.
After a run of almost five seasons in the Buffalo organization, Barnaby was dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins before he was shipped off to Tampa Bay. Always noticeable when on the ice, Barnaby became a fan favorite in Tampa Bay with his feisty play and give all attitude. In 2001-02, he was off to the New York Rangers. Barnaby jumped from Colorado to Chicago to Dallas over three seasons. As a member of the Stars, he would suit up for 39 games with the club before suffering a concussion in a January 9, 2007 in a game against the Coyotes. The concussion Barnaby suffered caused him to miss the remainder of the season and eventually end his career after 834 career NHL games played.
He was drafted by the New York Islanders fifth overall in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
Torres was drafted out of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), where he played three seasons with the Brampton Battalion. Beginning in 2001–02, he turned professional with the Islanders' American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate. He spent the better part of two seasons in the AHL before the Islanders traded him to the Oilers in 2003. He played five seasons in Edmonton, becoming a full-time NHL player with the club. He recorded career numbers as an Oiler in 2005–06, while also helping them to the Stanley Cup Finals that year. In the 2008 off-season, he was dealt to the Blue Jackets, where he played the better part of two seasons. After a brief stint with the Sabres in 2009–10, he signed with the Canucks and played one year for them where they reached the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. Torres then signed with the Phoenix Coyotes and then with the San Jose Sharks. Internationally, he represented Canada at the 2001 World Junior Championships, winning a bronze medal.
Torres retired from the NHL in November 2016.
If there was a list of the most popular Toronto Maple Leaf players of all-time, one could be certain that the name Wendel Clark would be right near the top. The former Maple Leafs' captain was idolized by thousands of hockey fans, and held a status, which was nothing short of legendary during more than a decade of service with the blue and white. Clark was selected first overall in the 1985 NHL Draft by the Maple Leafs. His rough and tumble style made him a fan favourite in Toronto. He scored at least 20 goals on six occasions and was a two time NHL All-Star.
Todd grew up in the small town of Sheffield, Ontario and spent two seasons playing Jr.B. in the OHA before being selected 1st overall in the 1991 OHL Priority Selection by the Detroit Jr. Red Wings of the OHL. In 1993 the Dallas Stars drafted Todd Harvey with their first pick, 9th overall in the NHL Entry Draft. Harvey signed with the Edmonton Oilers just prior to the NHL lockout. Harvey was part of the Cinderella Edmonton Oiler team that made a run to the Stanley Cup Finals. However, the Oilers lost in game 7 of the finals to the Carolina Hurricanes.
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Draft Party – The Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’sTM in support of Baycrest kicks off with a memorable draft party the night before the tournament on Thursday, May 2, 2019. During the party, each team will draft an NHL alumnus to play on their team; draft positions are based on how much each team fundraises. Be the team to raise the most money and get the first overall pick of alumni!
Day 1 – The Tournament: Over the course of two days (Friday & Saturday) teams raising over $25k will participate in a three-game tournament with the top 20 individual fundraisers invited to take part in the Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s All-Star Game. Teams raising over $15k to $24,999k will play three games, two with an alumnus during the tournament. Games will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday May 3 and Saturday May 4, and the All-Star game taking place at noon on Friday May 3, 2019.
Day 2 – The Tournament: Games will continue all day Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. as the 2019 tournament comes to a close. The 2019 Championship Game with the top two fundraising teams will take place on Saturday May 4, at 1:30p.m. with the family fun skate taking place at 12:00 p.m. The games and the arenas will be exclusive to participants and 2019 Pro-Am tournament pass holders.