Welcome to The Faustina Hockey Club

Since 1935, over 25,000 hockey players have passed through Faustina Minor Hockey in Toronto.

For over 75 years, our organization has had the pleasure of providing families with an affordable hockey experience in an environment that fosters sportsmanship and skill development. Our House League program is open to kids from all skill levels between ages 5 – 17. Our regular practices, Pre-Season Hockey School and positive coaching make Faustina House League a perfect program for recreational hockey and skill development. Select Hockey - Faustina’s Select Hockey program competes with other teams in the North York Hockey League. For more information visit the Select portion of our web site.
What's New @ Faustina

We only have 7 spots remaining in our Tyke division for next season.

Registration is open online!
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What age is tyke?

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Fun First Hockey @ Faustina.  Dont forget to register online for the upcoming season

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There will be a celebration of life to remember our good friend Brian Babb on Saturday August 24th from 1pm-4pm.

Brian was a Faustina club member and volunteer for 44 years and coaching both House League and Select teams this past season.

This will be held in the Faustina Room (Upper level of Rink 3) at the Ford Performance Centre (previously Mastercard Centre). 400 Kipling Ave, Etobicoke, ON M8V 3L1
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Babbs was a great coach, my most sincere condolences to his family and thousands of friends. R.I.P. Brian !!!

RIP Brian, my dear cousin. 💙

He was a great guy and super supportive ...

We love you and miss you so much 💕❤️

Oh No!!! Not Babbs!!! Oh I’m so sorry to learn this. 😢

Thanks. Faustiana was a great place to play hockey🙏

Bob Bickmore George Zawadzki Jim Walsh we have fond memories having Brian coaching us.

Kelly Muller Mike Wadden Keith Landry Joe Soroka Paul Murphy Scot Flurey Stan Malek

Details matter . . . we are lucky to have so many awesome volunteers here @ Faustina.  

We learned of the Lakeshore Santa Claus parade date yesterday (Its on Dec 7th!).  

By Breakfast this morning our draft game schedule has already been adjusted to make sure the younger kids games are moved to not conflict with the parade.

Hats off to our Scheduler Mark Toutloff and Bob Poldon (who organizes our parade participation) for thinking of the kids!

Details matter . . . we are lucky to have so many awesome volunteers here @ Faustina.

We learned of the Lakeshore Santa Claus parade date yesterday (It's on Dec 7th!).

By Breakfast this morning our draft game schedule has already been adjusted to make sure the younger kids games are moved to not conflict with the parade.

Hats off to our Scheduler Mark Toutloff and Bob Poldon (who organizes our parade participation) for thinking of the kids!
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We cant thank Tim Hortons enough for their support of Tyke Hockey here @ Faustina (and for countless sports teams across the country).  

Today lets help Tim Hortons as 100% of the proceeds of their Special Olympics Donut today go to support the Special Olympics. 

Tim Hortons and Special Olympics Canada are teaming up to release a limited edition donut to support and celebrate Global Day of Inclusion. 

Global Day of Inclusion began in 2018 and together Tim Hortons and Special Olympics Canada are raising awareness and funds to empower 47,500 Canadians with intellectual disabilities to reach their full potential through Special Olympics programs.

This year’s donut was created by 26-year-old Special Olympics athlete Tori Ranson, whose creation was chosen from more than 400 submissions. Tori’s donut features a cruller sliced in half and filled with whipped topping and is decorated with vanilla fondant and red sprinkles. Tori is an active member of the Georgetown and Milton Special Olympics clubs.  Tim Hortons Special Olympics Canada

We can't thank Tim Hortons enough for their support of Tyke Hockey here @ Faustina (and for countless sports teams across the country).

Today lets help Tim Hortons as 100% of the proceeds of their Special Olympics Donut today go to support the Special Olympics.

Tim Hortons and Special Olympics Canada are teaming up to release a limited edition donut to support and celebrate Global Day of Inclusion.

Global Day of Inclusion began in 2018 and together Tim Hortons and Special Olympics Canada are raising awareness and funds to empower 47,500 Canadians with intellectual disabilities to reach their full potential through Special Olympics programs.

This year’s donut was created by 26-year-old Special Olympics athlete Tori Ranson, whose creation was chosen from more than 400 submissions. Tori’s donut features a cruller sliced in half and filled with whipped topping and is decorated with vanilla fondant and red sprinkles. Tori is an active member of the Georgetown and Milton Special Olympics clubs. Tim Hortons Special Olympics Canada
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3 months ago

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Our hearts are heavy today @ Faustina with the news that Brian Babb a great friend to all of us here and long term volunteer (of 44 years) has passed away.  

Brian never missed being a part of Faustina in his 4+ decades.  He coached House League and Select teams last season, was an active club member and a past president of the club and always had a smile to share. 

We often share that one of the things that makes Faustina a unique community organization is the countless volunteer hours invested by many people like Brian who keep giving back to the community years and decades after their own kids have graduated from community hockey. 

We have lost one of the best and a pillar of this community.   

Here is our earlier Volunteer spotlight on Brian.

Our hearts are heavy today @ Faustina with the news that Brian Babb a great friend to all of us here and long term volunteer (of 44 years) has passed away.

Brian never missed being a part of Faustina in his 4+ decades. He coached House League and Select teams last season, was an active club member and a past president of the club and always had a smile to share.

We often share that one of the things that makes Faustina a unique community organization is the countless volunteer hours invested by many people like Brian who keep giving back to the community years and decades after their own kids have graduated from community hockey.

We have lost one of the best and a pillar of this community.

Here is our earlier Volunteer spotlight on Brian.Our hearts are heavy today @ Faustina with the news that Brian Babb a great friend to all of us here and long term volunteer (of 44 years) has passed away.

Brian never missed being a part of Faustina in his 4+ decades. He coached House League and Select teams last season, was an active club member and a past president of the club and always had a smile to share.

We often share that one of the things that makes Faustina a unique community organization is the countless volunteer hours invested by many people like Brian who keep giving back to the community years and decades after their own kids have graduated from community hockey.

We have lost one of the best and a pillar of this community.
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My dear friend as all of u have mentioned Brian always had a smile my heart is broken I remember all the fun times at his families cottage my thoughts and prayers go out to his sister Debbie right now as this is always hard to lose a love one my prayers and thoughts r with the family

So sorry to hear this sad news! We just saw him recently at another member’s funeral. Our sincere condolences to the family! Please post the details of the funeral!

Rest in Peace my dear cousin Brian! Taken far too soon! <3

So sad indeed. Brian was a great guy to talk to, always friendly and quick to share a smile. He loved coaching the kids, tough competitor and tough to coach against. Will hold on to a lot of fond memories of talking to Brian and sharing stories. Will miss him greatly as he was a regular around the rink and someone you enjoyed running into. My condolences to Brian’s family, know he will be sorely missed. RIP Babbsy.

I’m so sorry to hear this. He always had a smile & friendly greeting for Bruno or myself when we set up for the Faustina Christmas tournament and the fun day at the end of the year. You will be missed Brian 😢

No ..( so sad ! My condolences for family (

Sad news.Brian was a coach of mine for many years. Always a great time , we had great teams and coaching staff throughout our Faustina days with Brian at the helm.

We are so sorry to hear you have lost another pillar of your hockey community. Our deepest sympathies to you from your friends at Weston Minor Hockey League.

Our entire family has heavy hearts today. Brian was a positive role model for 100's of kids over the years. He will be greatly missed by anyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Very sad news....I will miss him and his smile...a significant loss to the Faustina family.

Such sad news. Condolences to his family. We will miss seeing and talking to Brian at the rink every Saturday:(

RIP Babbs! Thank you for all that you did. My condolences to Babbs’ family and friends and the Faustina community.

I am sorry to hear about Brian we had a lot of fun Saturday mornings at Lakeshore Arena

I am absolutely devastated. Of all the sports my son has played, Brian was his favourite coach ever. He was a wonderful man!

We will all miss Brian greatly, always a great guy to talk to at the rink, a guy with a big heart who contributed 40+ years coaching and doing things behind the scene to give kids a great hockey experience. My deepest sympathies to Brian's family. RIP Babbsy.

Brian was a great guy who had lots of good stories.He will be missed by many around the rink

My condolences to his family. 🙏🏻❤️

Sorry to hear about the passing of Coach Brian.

A sad day indeed.My condolences to his family.RIP Brian.

Sorry for your lost. RIP. Brian.

sorry for your loss Bren❤️

Still heart broken from the phone call that came from his granddaughter last night, Brian was a good man, loving the game of Hockey, Loved teaching and sharing with all kids his passion for the game.It did not matter if he was their coach or not. He always had a smile on his face, even if the kids won or loss, he would smile, maybe shake his head but would laugh it off. Best of all my family had gained a true friend in him and his wife Sue that has lasted over time.. Just last long weekend I spent the day at their trailer being entertained and welcomed by his family and the newest additions of great great grand babies He reached out and gave his hockey family kids who had little skill or confidence on the ice to get out there hoping they too would find joy in the game. He always made sure to include them and encourage them. Babb;s, we miss you already but you shine in so many kids you reached out to. Thank you my friend.

Just want to thank everyone for all of the kind words and love for my grandpa! He was an amazing Husband , Father , Grandfather & Great Grandfather to my daughter Ava & My brothers son Luka .He was also a hockey Coach to many of you .He taught my uncle my brother and myself how to play hockey . My Grandpa was always such a happy person !We all have a ton of wonderful memories with him to cherish for the rest of our lives .He will be missed 😔🏒🥅 Goodbyes are not forever ,Goodbyes are not the end , They simply mean I’ll miss you until we meet again ❤️

Wow I was just with him championship day. I've know Brian pretty well all my life had the pleasure of coaching with him for a numbers of years loved his passion for the game. He loved hockey and most of all his Faustina club family. He was aĺlways at peace in the arena that was his joy his love his home. There will never be another member with the drive and the determination to put the kids who needed direction first. It's was aĺlways his love and respect for the kids in the league no mater what team you played for. I will miss him dearly. Farwell one of the greatest coaches of all time