2020 Games Cancelled

Game Times: Women - 4:00pm | Men - 6:30 pm

2020 Location: Stowe Arena

The 23rd Women’s and 28th Men’s All-Star Hockey Classic games to benefit Make-A-Wish® Vermont and Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire set for June 27, have been officially cancelled. The Make-A-Wish® All-Star Hockey Classic Committee decided to cancel the event due to Covid-19 and the necessary restrictions placed on indoor recreation facilities, and prohibitions of contact sports and gathering of groups of people. The Committee continues to celebrate the athletic achievements of the selected high school seniors from Vermont and New Hampshire, and looks forward to resuming the Hockey Classic for its 29th year in 2021. The Hockey Classic and Make-A-Wish® are most grateful to our Presenting Sponsor, Utility Services of Waterbury Center, and to our continuing sponsors of Mr. Joe Devall, the Co-operative Insurance Companies, the Vermont State Amateur Hockey Association, and the Vermont Hockey League of the Vermont Principals’ Association.

Men’s Teams

2019 marks the 27th anniversary for the men's all star hockey classic.

» Vermont Men’s Team
» New Hampshire Men’s Team

Women’s Teams

2019 marks the 22nd anniversary for the women's all star hockey classic.

» Vermont Women’s Team
» New Hampshire Women’s Team

Make-A-Wish Ambassadors

2019 Ambassadors

Sam Caswell (New Hampshire)

Sam will celebrate his 23rd birthday the first week of July, which is amazing considering the diagnosis and prognosis he was given at eight months old. Sam suffers from a rare genetic disease called … » More Info

Meet the Alumni

The game itself was the last of their high school careers, but for many, the event was their introduction to Make-A-Wish. Through their overwhelming support in the form of giving their time, sharing their talents, and their dedication to the … » More Info

Meet the Coaches

Vermont Coaches 2019

2019 Vermont Men:

Chris Line (Essex High School)
Bryant Perry (Milton High School)

2019 Vermont Women:

Luke Cioffi (Bellows Free Academy – St. Albans)
John Maddalena (Essex High School)
Katie Campbell (Missisquoi Valley Union High School)

New Hampshire coaches 2019

2019 New Hampshire Men» More Info