Message from Bobby Orr
Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey seeks to inform parents, coaches and players of the
values in developing a positive attitude toward healthy competition, co-operative
teamwork, fair play and grace under pressure.
The goal of Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey is not only to develop fundamental
hockey skills but to promote and develop the values of respect and responsibility
in the game of hockey. Helping parents to effectively communicate the philosophy
of a game that is truly "Safe and Fun" is the mandate of this program.
Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey is endorsed by some of the game's greatest
ambassadors. Many would argue that Bobby Orr's the best player ever to have
played the game. Over his 13 season with the Boston Bruins and the Chicago
Blackhawks, Orr won two Stanley Cup's, was named a First Team NHL All-Star eight
times, and was the first defenceman to score 100 points in a single season before
being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979.
Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey has also earned the support of Hall of Famer Mike
Bossy. Bossy played 10 seasons with the New York Islanders, scoring 50 goals in
each of his first nine seasons. He won four Stanley Cups, was named a first Team
NHL All-Star five times, and won three Lady Byng Trophies as the NHL's Most
Joining Orr and Bossy in support of Chevrolet Safe and Fun, Cassie Campbell has
won four world championships with the Canadian Women's National Team and a silver
medal at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
Along with Chevrolet, they're all committed to promoting the philosophies of
Chevrolet Safe and Fun Hockey and the great game itself.
For more information abut Chevrolet Safe and Fun Schools and Camps visit: www.safeandfun.gmcanada.com.