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NHL players across North America rally for the Moustache Cup

The Moustache Cup is a one-of-a-kind initiative that will see some of your favourite hockey teams go head-to-head in a month-long fundraising challenge.

The Cup will be awarded to the team whose community best exemplifies the refined qualities of moustachery and who best utilizes those qualities to change the face of men’s health. In its fifth year, the Moustache Cup will see six teams compete for the Cup. The Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins and Calgary Flames are all working to rally their fanbases in an effort to be the top fundraising team in the challenge.

Players, staff, mascots, and fans are all eligible to participate in the hairy competition. To join the Moustache Cup and be eligible to be the Moustache Cup fan winner, please follow the below steps:

  • Visit the 2023 Moustache Cup on
  • Join your favourite participating team’s fundraising NETWORK.
  • Donate at least $10 to that team’s page or participating players to be eligible.
  • If your team has the top fundraising NETWORK in the Moustache Cup and you are the top individual fundraiser in that team’s NETWORK, you will have the opportunity to participate in a meet-and-greet with the 2023 Moustache Cup winners.

Last year, the 2022 Moustache Cup saw NHL teams and their communities raise over $70,000 in support of men’s health, a truly amazing effort. The New Jersey Devils were able to claim the top spot in the US for the second year in a row!

With hockey season underway once again, the Moustache Cup will give hockey fans a unique opportunity to compete alongside their favourite teams as they contend to bring home the Cup.

Don’t wait, sign up to participate in the 2023 Moustache Cup today!

This article was published with permission from Movember Canada in the Great West Media Movember special feature. Click here to learn more about the organization Movember Canada.

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