Three hockey icons just added to Hockey Night in Brampton all-star lineup

The City of Brampton welcomes three additional hockey icons to its all-star Hockey Night in Brampton 2023 lineup. Mark Giordano, Sean Monahan and Jeremy Roenick will join coaches Wendel Clark and Doug Gilmour as two teams go head-to-head in support of William Osler Health System Foundation.    

Now in its second year, proceeds from Hockey Night in Brampton ticket sales will benefit William Osler Health System in building Brampton’s new Peel Memorial Hospital. This system plays a critical role in supporting the health and wellbeing of the overall community, yet it continues to experience a surge in patient volume. The City of Brampton is working to support the community and the need for the new Peel Memorial Hospital through events like Hockey Night in Brampton to ensure specialized treatment is available close to home.  

Additional team announcements will be made in the coming weeks, as players are confirmed. 

The City thanks its title sponsor Panattoni Development Company Canada for its generous support of Hockey Night in Brampton.  

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Save the date – Hockey Night in Brampton 2023   

7PM 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 – Peel Memorial Hospital Transformation Survey 

Preliminary site work is underway on the new Peel Memorial 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. 

The new Peel Memorial 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

Player Profiles 

About Mark Giordano 

Mark Giordano is currently playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs in his second season with his hometown team after being traded just a day before the trade deadline in 2022. Mark`s NHL debut was on January 30th, 2006, for the Flames. Mark rejoined the Flames in 2008 and continued to play with the team for the next 13 seasons where he would be named team captain in 2013. In 2010, Mark actively played in the IIHF World Championship for Canada, leading the team’s defense with three goals and seven assists. Before joining Toronto, in July 2021, Mark got selected by the Seattle Kraken in the expansion draft and was named the first team captain in franchise history. Aside from Mark’s hockey career, his wife Lauren and himself have helped provide for his community. Since 2011, they have been spokespeople for Habitat for Humanity launching “5-for-5”. As well as they started another initiative in 2016, “Team Giordano Project.” Mark himself has received many accolades along the way, in 2016, he received the NHL Foundation Player Award. In 2017, the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award, in 2019 the James Norris Memorial Trophy and in 2020, the Mark Messier Leadership Award. 

About Sean Monahan 

Sean Monahan was born and raised in Brampton where he played minor hockey and lacrosse, and his family still lives in Bramalea. In 2019, Monahan played in the Inaugural Hockey Night in Brampton event, and in 2022, Glenforest Park North and South were renamed to Sean Monahan Park. He played junior in the OHL with Ottawa when he joined the 67’s in 2010. He spent three seasons with Ottawa, where he excelled as a player leading as the top scorer in 2011-2012. Sean was the team captain in 2012 and went on to win three consecutive East Division titles from 2010-2012. In 2010, he was awarded the OHL Cup most valuable player. Entering the NHL Entry Draft in 2013, Sean was a top-ranked prospect, and the Calgary Flames selected him in the first round, sixth overall. Sean played for the Flames for a total of nine seasons. In August 2022, Sean was traded to the Montreal Canadiens where he plays today. Beyond Sean’s career in the NHL, he’s also made some appearances internationally representing Team Canada. In 2011, he played in the World U-17 Hockey Challenge where he was a key performer winning gold. Sean then went on to play in 2011 in the Hlinka Gretzky Cup collecting his second gold medal. His last appearance was in the 2014 Ice Hockey World Championship. 

About Jeremy Roenick 

Roenick was drafted straight out of high school, 8th overall in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft by the Chicago Blackhawks. He participated in two World Junior Championships in 1988 and 1989, where he became the all-time leading scorer for the USA with 25 points, a record he would hold for 21 years.  Jeremy also represented USA at the Olympics & World Championships.  In his first four years with the Blackhawks, he helped the team win three Norris Division titles and the President’s Trophy in the 1990-91 season. In 1994, he was named the Chicago Sports Profiles Humanitarian of the Year. Roenick would go on to play for Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings, and San Jose Sharks, and participate in nine All-Star games. In 2007 with the Sharks, Roenick became the third American-born player to score 500 goals. Retired from professional hockey in 2009, scoring 513 career goals and 703 assists in 1,363 games. 


“This year’s Hockey Night in Brampton is shaping up to be one for the books as we welcome current Maple Leafs’ star defenseman Mark Giordano and US hockey legend Jeremy Roenick to the evening’s lineup. We are also excited to welcome back for his second Hockey Night in Brampton event, Brampton native Montreal Canadiens’ star Sean Monahan who last year had a park named after him in Brampton and whose family still resides in Bramalea. We are inspired and grateful for their support of William Osler Health System and this important cause in our city. We’ve also reached a milestone in the planning of Bramptons second hospital as the community is now invited to help shape the hospital’s look, feel and function through William Osler’s survey. Whether taking part in the Hockey Night in Brampton event, donating directly to William Osler Health System, or providing feedback on the 2nd Brampton Hospital, I encourage everyone to get involved and help support this critical healthcare need in our community that will support generations to come.”  

– Patrick Brown, Mayor, City of Brampton-30-

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