Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2021 Mayor’s Cup Street Hockey Tournament in partnership with the Boston Bruins Foundation during the April public school vacation week.
“We’re looking forward to getting our young hockey stars back outdoors to compete for the title of ‘Boston’s Best’ in the Mayor’s Cup Tournament,” said Mayor Walsh. “We thank the Boston Bruins for their continued partnership and support and wish this year’s players all the best of luck.”
The Tournament will begin April 20 and continue through the school vacation week. All games will be played at Joseph Moakley Park at 1005 Columbia Road in South Boston.
Additional support is provided by P&G Gillette. Teams will compete in two regions in Mite (ages 6 to 8), Squirt (ages 9 to 10), and Pee Wee (ages 11 and 12) divisions. Please note that pre-registration for teams is required with a limit of eight teams per regional division.
All Massachusetts hockey standard procedures will be followed with added Mayor’s Cup COVID-19 policies: masks are mandatory at all times; teams are limited to one game per day; no sharing of equipment; players will arrive 10 minutes before their games; benches will be sanitized between games; teams will be asked each day to provide names and phone numbers for contact tracing; and Mayor’s Cup staff will be on site to ensure sure all protocols are followed.
To register or for more information, please contact Damien Margardo at [email protected] or call (617) 961-3083.