Pair of Six Nations players debut with BIPOC team

The players had such a short time to be able to prepare for the tournament but still saw great success. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer A large hockey tournament was held in Toronto recently, but the debut of a team made up entirely of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) made a lot of noise. The team comprised of all BIPOC players even had a pair of players from Six Nations on it. Those players were Calder Anderson and Anerahtí:ne Green. The team was organized, and funded primarily from former NHL player Akim Aliu and his Time to Dream Foundation that allowed hockey players, primarily from the GTHL (Greater Toronto Hockey League) to come together and form a competitive team. Needless to say, it was a huge success. The team only had a couple of practices under their belt before they were set to enter the tournament, and fought their…

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