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Whether you’re a rec leaguer or you snipe bar down in the show, Movember has caught the imagination of all levels within the sports community. Mo’s have been sighted on all types of athletes, basketball players, olympic medal winners, curlers, referees and more.

There are few things that go together better than a good game and a good moustache.  We encourage all teams from novice to the pros, to take part in Movember with their team and have some fun with the moustache while supporting and raising awareness for important men’s health issues.


This year the Mo will reign supreme in the NHL, AHL, CHL and local rinks from coast to coast, with fans and players raising vital funds and awareness for men’s health. 
In 2012, the CHL got on board the Mo train like never before. From officials to players, staff and coaches, the CHL showed the impact that the sports community can have during Movember.
In addition, there was considerable grass roots activity, including amazing participation from senior, junior, and minor hockey teams throughout Canada. Teams held Movember game nights, shave-downs and encouraged fans to grow right along side their players and register at
This year, all the stick swinging Mo Bro’s and Mo Sista’s throughout Canada can Mo together in “The Face Off” network on


In 2012, two of the toughest guys in the league put their beauty Mo’s on the line in ‘The Greatest Mo Battle of Them All’.

Mike Brown and George Parros engaged in a team challenge on that included 108 fans and NHL players raising almost $16,000 for Movember.


Justin Kripps and Jesse Lumsden led some of Canada’s finest athletes by flying down the ice in a bobsled rockin’ a sweet Mo.

Over 20 Olympians helped change the face of men’s health by registering at


From coast to coast, curlers grew push-brooms and raised funds and awareness for Movember.

Former World Cup of Curling champion, Mike McEwen and his rink swept their way into Movember lore by donating $25.00 for every win in Movember.


The stripes of the CHL and other junior ranks patrolled the ice with a little more authority during Movember.

The ‘Mofficials’ network included 229 zebras from across Canada and raised a whopping $73,539.78


Raptor’s Mo Bro, John Lucas III, led the charge in the NBA by getting aboard the Mo train. He even gave away two courtside tickets for the Raptor’s Movember game night to a lucky Mo Bro.


Players, staff and fans from across Canada met on the grid-iron and tackled men’s health issues. Matt Black rocked a classy Mo as the captain of the Toronto Argonauts Movember team.


The world’s largest developmental hockey league fully embraced Movember and was a huge highlight in Canada, and globally. An amazing 792 players, coaches and staff raised over $177,000 for Movember.