Cameron Lizotte, who founded clothing company Atelier Coin in 2016, created the jacket that host Ron MacLean will wear on Saturday in Owen Sound.
The die-hard defense, who has patrolled the Bally Colts Blue Line for two seasons, will share his unique story as part of Canada’s Hockey Days in Owen Sound this weekend.
A Sudbury native, 25-year-old Cameron Risotto played in 57 regular season games and 15 playoff games for his hometown Ontario Hockey League team in 2015-16 and 2016-17.
Lizotte was already skating at the Toronto Maple Leafs rookie camp and was on his way to winning an OHL championship at the Erie Otters before finding his “true calling.” Although he loved hockey, Risotto says his fashion creativity and personality in his designs allowed him to show a different side of himself. His fashion brand, Atelier Coin, pays tribute to the giant nickel atop his hometown and was featured at Paris Fashion Week.
In February 2022, Lizotte presented her Fall/Winter collection at Paris Fashion Week, followed by Vancouver Fashion Week, where she won the Nancy Mac Award for Emerging Designer. He is set to headline Vancouver Fashion Week again in October 2022 with a new collection, which will be presented at Paris Fashion Week in March 2023.
Lizotte, who founded Atelier Coin in 2016, also had the pleasure of testing his skills by creating a jacket for Canadian Hockey Day host Ron MacLean.
Focusing on the concept of wearable piece by piece art, Atelier Coin aims to make his clothes more than clothes.
Canadian Hockey Day brings Canadians together by highlighting team loyalty and igniting local rivalries and fierce competition in communities across the country.
On Saturday, January 21st, Sportsnet will celebrate the bond of 23 people.rd The annual Canadian Hockey Day is Canada’s largest one-day hockey extravaganza featuring all seven of Canada’s NHL teams.
Hockey Day in Canada will be broadcast live from the Good Cheer Rink at Harrison Park and Owen Sound at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Center. Here, the Waterloo Warriors of the Women’s University of Ontario Athletics and Guelph his Griffons match, followed by his match against OHL’s Peterborough his Petes. Owen Sound Attack.
with McLean Sportsnet’s NHL Broadcast crew representing the Owen Sound host community are NHL and Owen Sound Attack alum Bobby Ryan and former Owen Sound Attack General Manager Mike Futa. Other special guests include Kathy Campbell Pascall, Lanny Macdonald, Wendell Clarke, Victoria Bach, Blair Turnbull and Darcy Tucker.
The puck will drop at 11am on Sportsnet, where Team Scotiabank will take on Team Adidas as part of the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association’s Dream Gap Tour featuring players like Rebecca Johnston, Sarah Nurse and Kendall Coyne Scofield. .
The NHL then took center stage, with the Tampa Bay Lightning visiting the Calgary Flames on Sportsnet and CBC at 3pm, followed by the Winnipeg Jets vs. Ottawa Senators on Sportsnet One and CityTV, and the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens renewing the original six. increase. Sportsnet and CBC rivalry, both at 7pm
The hockey marathon extravaganza concludes on the West Coast with the Edmonton Oilers taking on the Vancouver Canucks in a Pacific Division game on Sportsnet and the CBC at 10pm.
Sportsnet will share stories about communities coming together through hockey throughout the day’s celebration.
- For over 25 years, hockey helps homeless From the beer leagues to the big leagues, we’ve gathered players for one big cause. Olympic champion, Calgary Flames player and grassroots hockey developer Rebecca Johnston said the charity’s one-day pro-am tournament will help local shelters and other groups that serve homeless Canadians. has raised over $20 million in
- Sportsnet’s Christine Simpson shares how West Toronto’s non-profit community organization, the George Bell Hockey Association, is helping many, including Ugandan mothers and their children, experience the wonders of hockey through acts of kindness. Discover what we are helping to do.
- Arber Xhekaj was undrafted in both the OHL and NHL and is now 21 years old with the Montreal Canadiens. After struggling in his hometowns of Czechoslovakia and Albania, he starts a new life in Canada.
Fans can join the conversation and celebrate the game they love with other fans across the country by visiting sportsnet.ca/hockeyday and using the hashtag #HockeyDay on social media.