Grandravine Special Hockey is a hockey program for the developmentally challenged for all ages, male or female, regardless of skill level. It is the oldest special hockey program in North America, founded in 1980.
- The program runs 26 weeks
- The Skills Development Program is for all beginners and teaches basic skating and hockey skills.
- Games with nearby regional teams.
- Participation in the Annual Special Hockey International tournament.
- Other group and social events
Grandravine Kickers soccer starts on Monday May 2 at 7pm. at the Astra Sportsplex. A poker tournament in support of the Grandravine Kickers will take place Fri May 6, 2011 at the West river event centre, Sky view room. Dinner is at 7pm. Cost is $100.00. For more information about soccer or the Poker Night contact Matthew Coccotelli. Read more
On and off the ice the Grandravine Tornadoes are always whipping up a storm. And so it was at our annual Bowling Party held this past Saturday, December 18. Over 100 players, coaches and parents took to the lanes at Rexdale Bowlerama, who once again were our gracious hosts. These Tornadoes showed that they can score on and off the Read more
It was kind of fitting that the 30th Anniversary Celebrations took place on November 13th, just after rembrance day. It was a day for remembering, but remembering happy events, and the wonderful people that started it all 30 years ago. Joe Rizzuto managed to pry Pat Flick from "Paradise" (somewhere north of Parry Sound) to take take part in Read more
Grandravine Special Program began life at Grandravine Arena in North York in October of 1980. The program’s founder, Patrick V. Flick, began this program with just 2 players. The rest, as they say, is history. In 1994, the Grandravine Tornadoes took to the road. They traveled to St. Louis, Missouri, for the first ever international special hockey tournament against the Gateway Locomotives. Read more