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The Juno Cup is a yearly hockey game held in conjunction with the Juno Awards, first conducted at the 2004 Juno Awards. The games match National Hockey League alumni with artists and entertainers as a charitable benefit for MusiCounts, a music education charity operated by the CARAS. The Juno Cup has helped raise more than $700,000 for MusiCounts (formerly known as the CARAS Music Education Program) which in turn supported music programs across Canada.
Each game features a team of current or former NHL players (NHL Greats) who competes against a team composed of musicians (The Rockers). The NHL Greats have won each Juno Cup except in 2009
Dates and locationsEdit
|Juno Cup Dates and Locations|
|2004||2 April||Edmonton, Alberta||AgriCom Arena||NHL Greats||12-8|
|2005||1 April||Selkirk, Manitoba||Selkirk Rec Complex||NHL Greats||6-5|
|2006||31 March||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Halifax Forum||NHL Greats||12-11|
|2007||30 March||Prince Albert, Saskatchewan||Art Hauser Centre||NHL Greats||11-9|
|2008||4 April||Calgary, Alberta||Stampede Corral||NHL Greats||16-5|
|2009||27 March||Vancouver, British Columbia||UBC Thunderbird Arena||The Rockers||12-11 (SO)||Michael Landsberg|
|2010||16 April||Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador||Jack Byrne Arena||NHL Greats||9-8||Michael Landsberg|
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