The Dryden Peewee Frostbite hockey team is still hoping for the community’s support as they aim for a top 10 placement in the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup. The top teams will be announced on Saturday.

If the team wins the national competition between peewee hockey teams – which measures how teams successfully support and give back to their community - Chevrolet will donate $100,000 towards the DREAM Committee and Dryden Memorial Arena.

The competition heavily factors YouTube video views into their selection process, as well as general social media interactions. The Frostbite’s video can be found HERE.

The community is encouraged to share social media posts regarding the Frostbite and the Good Deeds Cup, and to use the hash-tag “#gooddeedscup”.

The winner of the competition will also receive $100,000 a profile of the team on Hockey Night in Canada, a winners’ ceremony in the team’s hometown, Chevrolet and Hockey Canada branded merchandise, and the team’s name will be engraved on the Good Deeds Cup. 

The DREAM Committee has been working since 2016 to raise funds towards the repair and upgrade projects, and the initiative has led to the installation of new automatic sliding glass doors in entrance ways, painting, and washroom upgrades which includes improved handicap access. The committee has raised roughly $180,000 for the arena through community donations. 

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Dryden Frosbite aiming for Good Deeds Cup

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