The Congressional Hockey Challenge is an organization that supports an annual ice hockey game for charity, and has raised over $400,000 for our featured charities since 2009. This friendly but fast-paced and competitive ice hockey game pits federal lawmakers, congressional staff and administration officials from across the political spectrum against lobbyists representing a broad array of interests. Each year, NHL celebrities and executives including Commissioner Gary Bettman, Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, Hall of Famer Pat Lafontaine, former NHL goalie and groundbreaking hockey analyst Kevin Weekes, Anson Carter, Alan May, Rod Langway and others come to Washington, DC to support this great event. Our guest of honor is 2008 Order of Canada winner Willie O'Ree, who broke the NHL's color barrier in January 1958 with the Boston Bruins. Visit the Congressional Hockey Challenge website for more information.