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The Ultimate Hockey Dinner

By PHC Commissioner, 01/30/19, 12:00PM EST


Hosted by Restore Sports

January 30, 2019 - Dinner for you and 7 of your buddies with the Stanley Cup and the Keeper of the Cup. Yes, that is just big enough for your entire Pond Hockey Classic team.

Cap the weekend of outdoor hockey off right with this once in a lifetime experience, brought to you by Restore Sports (registered 501c3). A private dinner for your entire Pond Hockey Classic team during the 10th Annual New England Pond Hockey Classic with the most iconic trophy in all of sport.

Location: Hosted in the Ballot Room at Church Landing this two hour event gets you up close and personal with the Stanley Cup and the Keeper of the Cup. Saturday, February 2nd from 5:00-7:00 with a customized dinner from the Common Man.

Menu Details:

  • Harvest Cigar:  Apple-braised chicken, caramelized shallots, peppers, and apples rolled in a pastry "cigar" served with cumin and coriander-dressed greens, pickled shallots, dried cranberries and roasted Brussels sprouts. 
  • Slap Shot  T-bone: Pan seared, one and a half pound, served sliced with twice baked lobster mashed potatoes, bacon-wrapped hericot vertz, and house fire roasted pepper steak sauce. 
  • PHC Puck: Layered chocolate fudge cake, chocolate truffle cream, chocolate mousse, finished with a gnache shell.
  • Drinks: Four bottles of Brancott Sauvignon Blanc and  four bottles of Campo Viejo Reserva Tempranillo or Labatt Blue/Labatt Blue Light.


Auction Process: This dinner is a fundraiser for Restore Sports Inc. All proceeds go to benefit Restore Sports and their mission. The form below will act as an auction sheet. Sign into your Sports Engine Account to place a bid. Bidding will start at $1000.00 - minimum bid increments $50. 

Email bid to

Auction ends at 5:00 pm on Friday, February 1st. The highest bid at that time will win the Ultimate Hockey Dinner. Restore Sports will send an invoice for the bid amount which is to be paid in full at the time of receipt.

Any questions can be directed to