The CT Yankees Youth Hockey Organization was established in 1989 to help boys and girls excel in the sport of hockey.Our mission is to develop hockey players so that they may reach their fullest potential.
In January of 1990, Bill Comrie met with a few of his executives at The Brick Warehouse Corporation and discussed a hockey tournament concept that would be both unique and beneficial to many people for years to come. Bill’s vision was a hockey tournament for players nine and ten years of age that would be international in scope and personal in presentation. He recognized that this age category did not have national presence similar to the Quebec Pee Wee Tournament.
This summer tournament for this age group is held at the West Edmonton Mall and combines excellent hockey with a summer holiday. The Brick has become the standard in hockey tournaments. The Brick Super Novice International hockey tournament is recognized as Canada’s foremost hockey tournament.
Hockey players aged nine and ten will benefit from the experience they gained in a world class tournament, and also many charities are the beneficiaries of funds that have been generously donated as a result of this tournament.
The Brick gives hockey players ages nine and ten the best possible opportunity to display their skills amongst the top athletes in the world, while at the same time sharing a summer holiday.
The CT Yankees are honored to be a part of this tournament.