Oxford Cup Ends In Dramatic Shootout
The 250 spectators at the championship game of the 30th annual Oxford Cup hockey tournament were treated to a thrilling shootout victory by Cushman & Wakefield's squad over arch rivals CBRE. C&W’s win was “fitting,” tournament organizer and Oxford Properties Group leasing VP John Peets tells us. “They won the first ever Oxford Cup in 1985.” The C&W group, which captured the A Division trophy, is pictured above savouring the victory.
In all, 12 teams from the Toronto brokerage community competed, with CBRE’s secondary squad winning the B Division final over the mixed-shop team from Cresa and Devencore. The CBRE boys are pictured above with legendary former Maple Leafs tough guy Tie Domi, who handled the ceremonial puck drop. The event raised money for the SickKids Foundation / Paddon Family Pediatric Stroke Fund, which John says has topped $30k over the last six years thanks to $4k raised at this year’s tourney.