Fontana Cup

By Constable Chris Devereux,
Toronto Police Service
Published: 4:25 p.m. May 6, 2015
Updated: 12:12 p.m. May 12, 2015

We held the fifth annual Fontana Cup charity hockey game on Wednesday, April 29, in support of the Cops For Cancer fundraising effort.

Two hockey teams at centre ice
The 32 Division Young Guns faced off against the Old Timers for the fifth annual Fontana Cup
  • Two hockey teams at centre ice
  • A trophy on a table
  • A woman and two men holding a trophy together

Cathy Fontana was a much-loved member of 32 Division A platoon who passed away after battling cancer in 2010. 

The officers at 32 Division decided make a donation each year in her name from the game that pits the rookies and veterans of the Division against each other on the rink.

This year, the D32 Old Timers regained the Fontana Cup back from the Young Guns in a tight 5-4 win. 

The event raised $1,550. Over the last five years, the event has raised more than $15,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.



Players of the game were awarded to Jason Fenton for the Young Guns and Peter Rallis for the Old Timers.



Thanks to Sean Shapiro, of Traffic Services, for taking photos of the day.

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