Huntsville, Ontario Hockey Team Takes Home the Eighth Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup

The all-girls Huntsville Sting U13-Black team will donate their grand prize of $100,000 to Food4Kids Muskoka


OSHAWA, ON. (Monday, March 18, 2024) – The Huntsville Sting U13-Black team has been crowned the 2024 Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup champions. The female minor league hockey team and their local community supporters from Huntsville, Ontario joined forces to complete a total of 1,358 good deeds, which included volunteering at a local hospital, picking up garbage and donating clothing. The team has chosen to donate $100,000 provided by Chevrolet Canada to Food4Kids Muskoka, a charity that provides packages of healthy food to kids 4-13 with limited or no access to food each weekend.

“Year after year, Chevrolet is proud to recognize heartwarming acts of kindness from younger generations as they create a positive impact on their local communities,” said James Hodge, brand director, Chevrolet Canada. “We’ve seen so many impactful good deeds from teams across different regions, including shoveling snow, giving food to seniors and volunteering at food banks. So, not only do we celebrate Huntsville Sting U13-Black, but we celebrate all the participating teams across Canada that helped complete over 2,000 good deeds this year and the $950,000 we have donated over these eight seasons.”

“We are immensely proud of our players for winning this year’s Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup! It has been such a special privilege to see our girls come together to give back to the community for a good cause,” says Sarah Roberts, Team Manager, Huntsville Sting U13-Black. “We hope our grand prize of $100,000 will go a long way in supporting the kids in our small community through Food4Kids Muskoka – an incredible local program the team is passionate about. We know this is only the beginning of all the good deeds we’ll continue to do long after the contest, and we can’t wait for what’s next.”

The Huntsville Sting U13-Black team received recognition on Hockey Night in Canada during the March 16 broadcast, followed by a Chevrolet Canada celebration. The team will also be added to the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup trophy to commemorate their community contributions. They will join former winners the U13A Cornwall Typhoons (2022-2023), Lloydminster Female U13 Blazers (2021-22), U13-C Victoria Admirals (2020-21), Torbay Northeast Eagles Peewee C All-Stars (2019-20), Pas Huskies Peewee team (2017-18), and Glace Bay Miners (2016-2017).

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The all-girls Huntsville Sting U13-Black team takes home the eighth Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup.