The Toronto Shamrocks Hockey Club is an amateur hockey organization based in Toronto, ON. We are a proud member of the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL). The Toronto Shamrocks were established in 2013 after the then president Mike McCarron rebranded the club from its previous name, Toronto Penguins Hockey Club.
Today, we continue to provide a “Best in Class” youth hockey program that supports all participants in reaching their full potential on and off the ice and promotes character, community, and academic success. We offer some of the most sought after clinics including power skating and skills development.
The Shamrocks operate as a non-profit organization for the purpose of promoting and providing organized minor hockey for youths within the GTA community. Our organization currently fields teams in the A and AA categories and play in the GTHL’s East Region.
We are proud to offer opportunities for everyone to play Canada’s game.
Our mission is to provide the youth of our community with a safe, fun, and inclusive environment in which to learn, play, and compete, while promoting community bonds, lifelong friendships and relationships, and intensify the love of hockey. Our community commitments are based on core values such as, but never limited to:
All of our programming is guided by the principles of: