Hockey Is Back In Southern California!

Hockey Is Back In Southern California!

On November 9th at 7 p.m., top players from around the world will take the ice at Toyota Sports Center to battle it out for Breast Cancer research. Hosted by the Twin Peaks Cancer Foundation and the Los Angeles Jr. Kings Pee Wee AAA1 team, this will be an evening filled with action on and off the ice.

Players such as Jarret Stoll, Jeff Carter, Brad Richardson, Trevor Lewis, Rob Scuderi, Kyle Clifford, Matt Greene, Dustin Penner, Teemu Selanne, Ryan Miller, George Parros, Colin Fraser, Sheldon Souray, Shane O'Brien, Scottie Upshall, Bobby Ryan, Ryan Getzlaf, Dion Phaneuf, François Beauchemin, Eric Nystrom, Davis Drewiske and others  will face-off to help fight Breast Cancer.

You can also help Twin Peaks and the Jr. Kings Pee Wee AAA1 team by bidding in our auction. Have you ever wanted to sit on the bench or coach a game? Have you dreamed of singing the National Anthem or dropping the first puck? Now is your chance! Bid on these game-time opportunities and other items such as autographed pucks, sticks, and game-worn jerseys.

If you would like to be a part of this extraordinary event, visit to purchase your ticket and bid on your favorite items. Only 500 tickets will be available so act fast. You will not want to miss this event. Proceeds will benefit the Twin Peaks Cancer Foundation as well as the Jr. Kings Pee Wee AAA1 team as they raise money for their trip to the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament.

The Twin Peaks Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to supporting Breast Cancer education, early detection and research. Breast cancer affects more than just those diagnosed; it affects spouses, children, family members and friends. Learn more at

Proceeds will also help the Jr. Kings Pee Wee AAA1 team travel to the 53rd Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament, February 14-24, 2013 at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec. This is the most important minor hockey tournament in the world, grouping young hockey players (11 and 12 year old). 2,300 young hockey players from 16 countries come to Quebec to participate in Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament. It takes place every year with crowds totaling 200,000 + fans. For more information, visit