Less than three weeks to go to Hockey Night in Brampton, new additions to all-star lineup   

With less than three weeks to go, the teams are getting stacked for the second annual Hockey Night in Brampton!

The City of Brampton and William Osler Health System Foundation welcome Columbus Blue Jackets’ Liam Foudy, former NHL player Cody Hodsgon, Premier Hockey Federation (PHF) forward Mikyla Grant-Mentis and Peel Regional Police’s community player Constable Adam Pillegi to the evening’s all-star lineup! They join previously announced, Maple Leafs Captain John Tavares, Mark Giordano, Sean Monahan, NHL Columbus Blue Jackets’ Erik Gudbranson, NHL St. Louis Blue’s Malcolm Subban, former NHL left winger Raffi Torres, Ron MacLean and Rod Black 2018 & 2022 Olympian Canadian and WHL Toronto Furies Renata Fast and Canadian women’s national ice hockey team’s Brianne Jenner and Jeremy Roenick; as well as coaches Wendel Clark and Doug Gilmour. Two teams will go head-to-head in support of William Osler Health System Foundation.  

Hockey Night in Brampton ticket sales will benefit William Osler Health System (Osler) in building Brampton’s second hospital, a critical need in supporting the health and wellbeing of the overall community.

The City thanks its Title Sponsor Panattoni Development Company Canada, and General Sponsors Alliance Verdi Civil, Bir and Bath Group of Companies, Charger Logistics, Davpart Inc., G & W Electric, National Homes and Brixen Developments, and Orlando Corporation for their generous support of Hockey Night in Brampton.

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Save the date – Hockey Night in Brampton 2023  

7 PM Wednesday, August 23, 2023
CAA Centre , 7575 Kennedy Rd S,
Brampton, ON 

Buy your tickets or donate directly today

Tickets for Hockey Night in Brampton cost $15 and can be purchased via Ticketmaster online here

To donate directly to William Osler Health System Foundation, click here.

Have your say – William Osler Health System Survey

Preliminary site work is underway on Brampton’s second hospital – a significant project that will bring Peel’s nearly 100-year legacy into the future with the construction of a multi-storey patient tower with room to grow, new and expanded outpatient services, and Brampton’s second 24/7 Emergency Department.

Building Brampton’s second hospital will bring a significant boost in services for patients, and will be larger than many other community hospitals in Ontario.

Osler is going through the stages of clinical planning for the new hospital and all required approvals with the Ministry of Health and Infrastructure Ontario. Input from our community is always important during this process and we’re looking to hear from you on your new hospital’s look, feel and function.

Provide your feedback and take Osler’s online survey here

Just Announced – Player Profiles

Liam Foudy

This is NHL forward Liam Foudy’s first time participating in Hockey Night in Brampton!

Liam played junior in London and won Gold with Canada at the World Juniors in 2020 and Gold at the World Championships in 2021, a rare double Gold! 

Liam was selected 18th overall in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets and just had his best pro season playing in 62 games!

Cody Hodgson

Cody will be playing in his first Hockey Night in Brampton event this year.

Cody played spent his junior career with the Brampton Battalion’s where he led the team to the OHL finals in 2009. Cody represented Canada at the 2009 World Juniors and led the tournament in scoring and winning Gold with Canada.

Cody was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks 10th overall in 2008 and made his NHL debut in 2011.He would spend over two years with the Canucks before a surprise trade to Buffalo in 2012.  During his time with the Sabres, injuries started to impact his ability to play.  He made one more attempt to play at the NHL level with Nashville and in 2016 retired from the NHL. 

During his final year in Nashville, Cody was diagnosed with malignant hyperthermia, caused by a mutation of his RYR1 gene.  He would stay with the Predators front office and helped with kids’ programs and created awareness for the disease.

Mikyla Grant-Mentis

Mikyla is a first-time player in Hockey Night in Brampton!

Born in Brampton, Mikyla has had a very successful hockey career within the city and beyond. Playing four years of NCAA Division I hockey with the Merrimack Warriors of Merrimack College, she is currently playing in the PHF on the Buffalo Beauts.

Det/Cst Adam Pillegi

Det/Cst Adam Pileggi will be representing Peel Regional Police for the first time in Hockey Night in Brampton!


“We are less than three weeks away from the second annual Hockey Night in Brampton! We are so excited to continue welcoming players to the evening’s lineup and know it will make for a fun-filled evening in support of an incredible cause. Purchase your tickets now and experience an unforgettable night of hockey as NHL all-stars and hockey legends unite and take the ice in support of the William Osler Health System Foundation building Brampton’s second hospital!”

Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton


ABOUT WILLIAM OSLER HEALTH SYSTEM and FOUNDATION: William Osler Health System (Osler) is a leading hospital system serving more than 1.3 million people in Brampton, North Etobicoke, Caledon and surrounding communities – one of the most culturally diverse, fastest growing areas in Ontario. Accredited with Exemplary Standing, Accreditation Canada’s highest rating for a Canadian hospital, Osler includes Brampton Civic Hospital, Etobicoke General Hospital, Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness (Peel Memorial), a Reactivation Care Unit and a Withdrawal Management Centre. Building on a legacy of clinical excellence and innovation, Osler is planning for the future with transformative developments, including the new Peel Memorial Hospital and as the primary clinical partner for Toronto Metropolitan University’s new School of Medicine in Brampton. William Osler Health System Foundation seeks to create a healthier community through giving by inspiring its communities to invest in exceptional health care close to home. Learn more about how Osler is going beyond to deliver exemplary people-centred care at

As one of the fastest-growing cities in Canada, Brampton is home to nearly 700,000 people and more than 90,000 businesses. People are at the heart of everything we do. We are energized by our diverse communities, we attract investment, and we are embarking on a journey to lead technological and environmental innovation. We partner for progress to build a healthy city that is safe, sustainable and successful. Connect with us on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram. Learn more at


Media Relations, City of Brampton ​

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