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.For the past two years, Players Choice Sports has been a sponsor of the Homebase Baseball Tournament featuring some of our favourite NHL players; raising money for the KGH Foundation’s Project – Joeanna’s House.  JoeAnna’s House is situated beside the Kelowna General Hospital and provides a home-away-from home to keep families together when they need it most.

Unfortunately due to Covid-19, the baseball tournament has been cancelled but HOMEBASE 2.0 was created. You can purchase 50/50 tickets online – Team Gorges and Team Comeau are slugging it out to see who can sell more tickets and raise money for JoeAnna’s House .  TEAM GORGES IS CURRENTLY IN THE LEAD!!  Ticket Sales end Aug. 20 with the draw taking place Aug. 21

Jackpot Currently at $3940… and growing…  

*last updated Aug 5, 9:00am

To put the “fun” in “fundraising,” we have a Players Choice Homebase Player Challenge.

Pick a player who has participated in the Homebase softball tournament and is currently playing in the Playoffs.

For every point they get in the post-season, pick an amount of money to donate to JoeAnna’s House.

If you like goalies, donate for every game won or every save made, your choice.

Jason is picking Blake Comeau, and will donate $100 for every point.

Katie is picking Alex Kerfoot, and will donate $25 per point.

WE CHALLENGE YOU to get involved and support this great cause. Post your pick on social media, tag Players Choice and two friends to get in on the action.

See below for the list of players who have been at Homebase.

Playoff Points

NHL Team

Brendan Gallagher

1

Montreal Canadiens

Carey Price

2 (games won)

Montreal Canadiens

 Shea Weber

3

 Montreal Canadiens

Blake Comeau

1

Dallas Stars

Ryan Johansen

5

Nashville Predators

Joel Edmundson

 

Carolina Hurricanes

Nathan Mackinnon

2

Colorado Avalanche

Brayden Schenn

1

St. Louis Blues

Tyson Jost

 

Colorado Avalanche

Alexander Kerfoot

3

Toronto Maple Leafs

JT Compher

 

Colorado Avalanche