About the All-Star Hockey Classic

The All-Star Hockey Classic is an event that raises money to benefit Make-A-Wish® Vermont and Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire. Additionally, the two all-star ice hockey games allow for recent graduates to celebrate their high school ice hockey careers by playing in one final high school level game.


Quoted from the All-Star Hockey Classic's website:

"The mission of the All-Star Hockey Classic is two-fold. We aim to not only raise awareness and funds for the Make-A-Wish® Vermont and Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire, but to also provide a venue for the finest high school senior hockey players from Vermont and New Hampshire to combine their talents and represent their States in this annual All-Star Hockey event."

The event takes place in late June every year. The 2019 games were the first ASHC games live streamed onto the DPPG platform. A weekend comprised of three events across two days, the Skills Challenge takes place on Friday night and then the two states face-off in their all-star games (one women's game and one men's game) on Saturday afternoon/evening. 

All proceeds (ticket sales, advertising in the program, merchandise sales, game day raffles, contributions and sponsorships) of the event benefits Make-A-Wish® Vermont and Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire. 

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