A One Brotherhood Exclusive Interview With Our Founder Khalid Raheem

I don’t think one often truly understands or appreciates the work someone has put in and how it has affected you subconsciously for many, many years… and then when you finally realize it, you’re pretty much blown away. Well, that’s the case for myself and many others when we realize how this gem Khalid Raheem has impacted our lives. As 80s babies, we can now appreciate years later what this brother did for us as kids. Most of us who hang around today and know one another from different neighbourhoods and who have built strong bonds and friendships – and now a lifetime brotherhood – have Khalid to thank.   What was the one thing that could have brought Muslim kids from all around the GTA together? BALL HOCKEY. Plain and simple. Nothing brings out the communities and the competitive nature like ball hockey does. Khalid, who was one of the founding members in 1995 of IBHA (Islamic Ball Hockey Association) created the first GTA ball hockey league for Muslim youth that had rules, structure, and a foundation of inclusivity with their slogan of ‘One Brotherhood’. This pretty much blew the door right open for any Muslim youth regardless of the Islamic community to participate and become the best ball hockey players they could be.  Khalid was born in Guyana and moved to Canada in 1974 when he was only 17. He got into ball hockey the moment his family got settled in. “My friends at Jane and Finch all played ball hockey and to not be left out I joined in. We played every Sunday for years in our parking lot and one day I decided to put on the goalie equipment and loved it so much that I was a goalie from then on. All my years playing competitively in leagues after I moved to Scarborough in 1985 was as a goalie.”  Ball hockey became the love of his life. 

In 1989, he started playing in MBHL (Muslim Ball Hockey League) run by Jafferi Islamic Centre (JIC), which was the first ball hockey league for Muslims in the GTA. During his time playing there, JIC also started a league for kids called MMBHL (Minor Muslim Ball Hockey League) and Khalid wasted no time volunteering as a coach. He always wanted to pass on his knowledge of the game to kids. Always presenting ideas to make the league better and better, MMBHL made him the commissioner after 3 years. But in 1995, Khalid wanted to move on, and sitting with four of his hockey friends in a coffee shop, they came up with the idea of starting a league of their own called the IBHA. These ‘Five Founders’, as they were called, jotted down plans for the league on napkins after borrowing a pen from someone. And thus the humble beginnings of a league that was to run for 12 years impacting the lives of so many of our at-risk and underprivileged youth from all over the GTA and beyond. The IBHA had a great base to start with as Khalid was well-loved and respected by the kids in MMBHL that he was affiliated with for 7 years, and so he sent an invitation to them to join IBHA, emphasizing the IBHA slogan of ‘One Brotherhood’ to show them that the league was for everyone and did not tolerate discrimination between Islamic communities. About 18 of the top kids from the MMBHL joined, including the legendary Zuhair Kanji. But the IBHA needed more kids to join, so Khalid and the other Founders spread the word at all the mosques. “It was almost like going out and giving da’wah”, Khalid says with a smile. Back in the days of no social media, spreading the word was not an easy task. Khalid heard the news that the Markham and Lawrence area was a hotbed for young ball hockey players, so off he went with the other Founders.

It was there he discovered a young chubby boy called Yusuf Lokhat whose hockey exploits in later years are legendary. “I saw these kids playing street hockey and I thought to myself that with foundation and structure, they could become superstars. Yusuf Lokhat along with Zuhair Kanji from MMBHL developed their skills in IBHA and became the two greatest players to ever play in our league.”  IBHA soon grew and attracted kids from all over the GTA… from Mississauga to Oshawa, from Stouffville to Downtown Toronto, including Donlands, Palace, and Thorncliffe Park. “This whole concept of One Brotherhood started with just that… to be inclusive and exclude no one and it quickly caught everyone’s attention. Because we refused to discriminate against anyone who said they were Muslim. And the Draft system emphasized this inclusivity as all players were picked one by one by the coaches regardless of what area they came from or which Islamic community they belonged to. This system avoided rivalries and bitterness as players from the same area or community rarely ended up on the same team. The draft system created by Khalid avoided rivalries and animosity between the areas and promoted sportsmanship. The boys had to play with and against their Muslim brothers from different areas thereby creating new and strong bonds of friendship that would not have been possible before IBHA. “The whole idea was to let the kids know they had to leave their prejudicial baggage and preconceived notions in the parking lot, and that when they put on their team jersey, they were all brothers and equal in the sight of IBHA.”  IBHA held Tryouts before every draft, where the coaches would put you through different drills, from shooting to stickhandling. The purpose of the tryouts was for the coaches to assess the skill level of each player and everyone who tried out got picked on a team regardless of skill level. Khalid compiled the IBHA rule book which was about 45 pages long and was updated by the Founders before every season. These rules gave the league a strong structure.

For Khalid, IBHA was a labour of love… he did all the stats, registration, admin work, as well as coach and referee, he was the face of the IBHA. He reassured parents that even if their son was a total beginner, he would be picked on a team. Khalid waited after games were done each Sunday until the last kid had left or was picked up before heading home. He is proof that when you do things with passion from the heart to give back to the kids and the community, regardless of the challenges faced, you can overcome every obstacle possible. This is how dedicated Khalid was. Many leagues branched off from IBHA before and soon after it ended in 2008, like MHL, TBHL, MMBHL, SMBHA. “I never viewed these leagues as rivals as I was so happy to see other leagues springing up offering more of our youth a chance to play the sport they love. I knew then that I could move on knowing that I’ve left behind the foundation of something meaningful and lasting.”  After IBHA, Khalid volunteered for 12 years as an Arabic grammar teacher at IIT (Islamic Institute of Toronto) to pursue another passion: teaching the language of the Holy Qur’an. When IIT moved from in front of Islamic Foundation to its current location on Nielson Rd., they allowed Khalid to run yet another ball hockey league called IIBHL (Islamic Institute Ball Hockey League) in one of its 3 gyms. Alhamdulillah, the league has been running for 7 years now and is a runaway success before covid shut it down. “Parents have told me that the IIBHL is the most organized event at IIT. They can’t wait for covid to go away so we can resume the league.”   It’s a surprise to Khalid how successful IIBHL became in a short period as IIT traditionally had no programs to attract teenagers. He mentions that when kids become teenagers, they stopped coming to IIT and went to Islamic Foundation where there were many programs for their age group. But once the ball hockey league started in 2015, it brought them back. 

Before covid, IIBHL had about 120 kids participating in the league with 12 teams total in two age groups: Tier 1 for boys 12-16 and Tier 2 for boys 6-11. Khalid says that some of the kids who played in IBHA (1996-2008) now have kids that play in IIBHL. “The circle of life,” he says with a smile. I asked Khalid what inspired him to get involved in running ball hockey leagues. He says it was always his love for the game and his desire to teach and promote sportsmanship and friendship among kids from various communities. With IBHA, Khalid was able to create a foundation and structure for ball hockey kids, mostly brown kids from neighbourhoods that would never have gotten the opportunity to play organized ball hockey… ever.  As a kid, Khalid says his grandfather was the most influential person in his life. He was a self-made businessman from a poor background who never forgot his humble beginnings. He owned a general store in a poor neighbourhood, where he sold bulk seeds to poor farmers, among other things. He said his grandfather would give seeds away for free if someone couldn’t afford them. Khalid recalls a time when he caught a kid stealing from the store and took him to his grandfather. His grandfather told Khalid to let him go. Khalid was shocked and said, “but he’s stealing”. His grandfather said, “Let him go son, he needs it more than we do.” Khalid says he never forgot those words of compassion and has always tried to be faithful to his grandfather’s memory. “He was the closest person to a saint that I knew.” After family, friendship is something Khalid values very much. Education is very important as well, but with sports, Khalid feels that sportsmanship and brotherhood are the most valuable lessons he can teach kids. He has been a strong promoter to two generations of kids of how to win with grace and lose with dignity. 

 One of the main lessons he’s learned over the years is to appreciate the gifts that we have been blessed with by Allah. And to give back as much as possible to the community… and for Khalid, his outlets have been ball hockey and teaching the beautiful language of the Quran.  Khalid’s biggest accomplishment is undoubtedly IBHA based on how much it has meant to hundreds of kids. Most of us would not have met if it weren’t for those bridges that IBHA built. Its enduring legacy is the lifelong bonds and friendships that the league has helped foster and the impact it has had on so many Muslim youths in the GTA. May Allah ﷻ continue to bless Br.Khalid, preserve him and accept his efforts. Ameen.

- One Brotherhood

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Heartbreaking News

Assalamualaikum IIBHL Family,

Updated August 18, 2021:

INNA LILLAHI WA INNA ILAYHI RAJI'UN - إِنَّا لِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ

It is with a very heavy heart we announce the passing away of the mother of our founder and leader Brother Khalid, in the early hours of August 18. We pray that Allah grant her the highest level of Jannah and forgive her for any shortcomings. We ask that you keep him and his family in your dua's during this time of hardship - ameen.

The janaaza will take place Thursday August 19 at the Islamic Foundation of Toronto at 12:30 pm with a limit of 70 people - because of the limit the janazah will be only for family members. The burial will follow at Duffin Meadows, 2505 Brock Rd North, Pickering. We were told that there is no limit at the burial ground as long as social distancing is maintained - please attend the cemetery to pay your respects to the family.
There will be a social gathering on Thursday August, 19th at 7 pm via Zoom - the link will be provided here.


Originally published June 9, 2020:

Recently we have found out that the grandmother of the IIBHL, the elderly mother of our Founder and President Br. Khalid has been diagnosed with stage four cancer. The news has shocked immediate family and friends, the thought of it is still fresh. The family has asked to keep her in your dua's and grant all of those who are sick and suffering Shifa. I ask that you please do not flood his personal email and phone with messages at this time. I sincerely ask that you utilize the module "A Message of Support to our Founder" to convey your message if you'd like - these messages will be read by him. In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to me at info.iibhl@gmail.com.

وَاللَّهُ خَيْرُ الْمَاكِرِينَ

"And Allah is the best of planners" - 3:54

3rd Annual Awards Banquet Recap (’19-’20)

The IIBHL administration would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all of those who joined us for our first-ever live-streamed awards presentation. Although it is not comparable to our in-person event, we hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did. Because this event was live-streamed, for those of you who weren't able to attend live or those who want to rewatch the event, you can do so using this link here or you can scroll down to the bottom of this page.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Regular Season Runners-Up

Tier Two

Team: Al-'Aalimoon
Coaches: Huzaifa Iftikhar and Hamdan Khan
Players: Ibraheem Ahmed, Omar Akhtar, Hamza Chand, Eesa Elmasry, Sidik Karatella, Abdullah Malek, Zayd Rahman, Shafat Sayed, Ahmed Soufian & Muhammad Talha

Tier One

Team: Al-Mu'minoon
Coach: Abdur-Rahman Hamid
Omar Al-Fayez, Hamza Ally, Ibrahim Junaid, AbubakrKhan, Muhammad Khan, Bilal Shaikh, Yaqub Siddiqui, Ibrahim Sulaiman & Yusuf Warsi

Top Goal Scorer

Tier 2: Azeem Patel (Al-Khaashi’oon) - 19 Goals in 8 Games
Tier 1: Yusuf Siddiqui (As-Sidq) - 27 Goals in 8 Games

Fearless

Omar Akhtar
Haris Atcha
Adam Chughtai
Ibraheem Elmasry
Muaaz Jeebhai
Zakariya Karamitsos
Zakariya Khan
Nabeel Lodhi
Youssef Malik
Shuayb Mirjangi
Hassan Patel
Mustafa Qadri
Muhammad Sharifi
Muhammad Talha

All-Stars (Sponsored by Dr. Rukhsana Aslam)

Tier Two

East Division
Coaches: Huzaifa Iftikhar and Asif Karatella
All Stars: Ibraheem Ahmed, Hamza Chand, Eesa Elmasry(G), Muaaz Jeebhai, Nabil Kalifa, Waseem Kalifa, SidikKaratella, Zayd Mohiuddin, Yusuf Qureshi, Zayd Rahman, Suhaib Shirazi & Sulayman Shirazi

West Division
Coaches: Altaf Patel and Hisham Yakub
All Stars: Yusuf Baig, Taahir Ibrahim, Bilal Khan, Mustafa Khan, Jibril Khan, Waseem Macci, Azeem Patel, Uthman Qadri, Waiz Sadiq, Adil Sufi (G), Shakir Sufi & Saleheddin Yakub

Tier One

East Division
Coach: Abdur-Rahman Hamid
All Stars: Hamza Abas, Hamza Ally (G), Abdullah Ally, Huzaifa Iftikhar, Jabir Iftikhar, Abdullah Khan AbubakrKhan, Muhammad Khan, Maazin Macci & Yusuf Warsi

West Division
Coaches: Zaffar Siddiqui and Dawoud Siddiqui
All Stars: Usayd Ashraf, Haris Ellahi, Abdur-Raheem Hamid, Bilal Iftikhar, Saabiq Khadim, Saad Nakhuda (G), Zayd Qadri, Hamza Siddiqui Yusuf Siddiqui & Mahir Soufian

Playoff Semi-Finalists

Tier Two

Al-‘Aalimoon
Coaches: Huzaifa Iftikhar and Hamdan Khan
Players: Ibraheem Ahmed, Omar Akhtar, Hamza Chand, Eesa Elmasry, Sidik Karatella, Abdullah Malek, Zayd Rahman, Shafat Sayed, Ahmed Soufian & Muhammad Talha

Al-Khaashi’oon
Coaches: Altaf Patel and Talib Patel
Players: Yusuf Amjad, Yusuf Baig, Fahad Faisal, Ziyad Ghadai, Bilal Khan, Azeem Patel, Hassan Patel, Hussain Patel, Waiz Sadiq & Muhammad Sharifi

Ar-Raashidoon
Coaches: Yaseen Khan and Ahad Panjwani
Players: Ahmed Aden, Ibraheem Elmasry, Muaaz Jeebhai, Nabeel Lodhi, Ajfar Mahi, Hamza Qureshi, Samin Tausif, SuhaibShirazi & Sulayman Shirazi

Tier One

Al-Ansaar
Coaches: Aftab Ellahi and Daanyal Ellahi
Players: Sufyan Ahmad, Uthman Ahmed, Awaab Ashraf, Adnan Braganza, Haris Ellahi, Mekaeel Malik, Zakariya Shaikh, Mahir Soufian & Zayd Qadri

Al-Fowz
Coach: Ammar Butt
Players: Abubakar Ahmed, Abdallah Binjaffer, Abdur-Raheem Hamid, Saabiq Khadim, Taha Ali Khan, Yaseen Khan, Dawood Rahaman, Hamza Siddiqui & Yusuf Syed

As-Sidq
Coaches: Zaffar Siddiqui and Dawoud Siddiqui
Players: Usayd Ashraf, Bilal Iftikhar, Mustafa Khan, Hamzah Misbahuddin, Tahir Mohamed, Usman Mustafa, Saad Nakhuda, Ahad Panjwani & Yusuf Siddiqui

Top Scorer (Sponsored by century 21: Sameem Mohamed)

Tier 2: Azeem Patel (Al-Khashi’oon) - 19 Goals – 3 Assists – 22 Points
Tier 1: Yusuf Siddiqui (As-Sidq) - 27 Goals – 9 Assists – 36 Points

Unsung Hero (Sponsored by Altaf Patel)

Tier Two

Al-‘Aalimoon: Abdullah Malek
Al-Eemaan: Musa Mohammad
Al-Khaashi’oon: Hassan Patel
Al-Mujaahidoon: Abdullah Aga
Ar-Raashidoon: Nabeel Lodhi
As-Sabr: Adam Chughtai

Tier One

Al-Ansaar: Awaab Ashraf
Al-Falaah: Mohammed Khan
Al-Fowz: Abdallah Binjaffer
Al-Mu’minoon: Omar Al-Fayez
As-Sidq: Tahir Mohamed
At-Taqwaa: Musa Khalil

ALL-STARS SKILLS COMPETITIONS (Sponsored by The Husna Experience)

Hardest Shot
Tier 2: Ibraheem Ahmed (Al-‘Aalimoon)

Accuracy
Tier 2: Zayd Rahman (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Zayd Qadri (Al-Ansaar)

Rapid Fire – Shooter
Tier 2: Hamza Chand (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Abdullah Ally (Al-Falaah)

Rapid Fire – Goalie
Tier 2: Eesa Elmasry (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Hamza Ally (Al-Mu’minoon)

Breakaway – Shooter
Tier 2: Nabil Kalifa (Al-Eemaan)
Tier 1: Yusuf Siddiqui (As-Sidq)

Breakaway – Goalie
Tier 2: Eesa Elmasry (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Saad Nakhuda (As-Sidq)

All-Star Game Most Valuable Player

Tier 2: Mustafa Khan (As-Sabr)
Tier 1: Bilal Iftikhar (As-Sidq)

Three Stars

Tier 2: Azeem Patel (Al-Khaashi’oon) - 21 Points
Tier 1: Yusuf Siddiqui (As-Sidq) - 36 Points

Playmaker

Tier 2: Yusuf Baig (Al-Khaashi’oon) - 10 Assists in 7 Games

Tier 1: Huzaifa Iftikhar (Al-Falaah), Abubakr Khan (Al-Mu’minoon) & Muhammad Khan (Al-Mu’minoon) - 12 Assists in 8 Games

Regular Season Champions

Tier Two (Sponsored by The Talent Academy)

Team: Al-Khaashi’oon
Coaches: Altaf Patel and Talib Patel
Yusuf Amjad, Yusuf Baig, Fahad Faisal, Ziyad Ghadai, Bilal Khan, Azeem Patel, Hassan Patel, Hussain Patel, Waiz Sadiq & Muhammad Sharifi

Tier One (Sponsored by Mohammad Raheem)

Team: As-Sidq
Coaches: Zaffar Siddiqui, Ibraheem Siddiqui and Dawoud Siddiqui
Players: Usayd Ashraf, Bilal Iftikhar, Mustafa Khan, HamzahMisbahuddin, Tahir Mohamed, Usman Mustafa, Saad Nakhuda, Ahad Panjwani & Yusuf Siddiqui

Playoff Finalists

Tier Two

Team: As-Sabr
Coaches: Hisham Yakub and Uthman Ahmed
Players: Talha Ahmad, Adam Chughtai, Taahir Ibrahim, Zakariya Karamitsos, Mustafa Khan, Waleed Lodhi, Shuayb Mirjangi, Mustafa Qadri, Uthman Qadri & Salaheddin Yakub

Tier One

Team: Al-Mu’minoon
Coach: Abdur-Rahman Hamid
Players: Omar Al-Fayez, Hamza Ally, Ibrahim Junaid, AbubakrKhan, Muhammad Khan, Bilal Shaikh, Yaqub Siddiqui, Ibrahim Sulaiman & Yusuf Warsi

Participation (Sponsored by sulemaan ahmed)

Adam Ahmed
Abdulbasit Arianfar
Mohammed Din
Mikaeel Karamitsos
Yusuf Mirjangi
Ismael Shirazi

Most Improved Player (Sponsored by century 21: Sameem Mohamed)

Tier 2: Muaaz Jeebhai (Ar-Raashidoon)
Tier 1: Yusuf Warsi (Al-Mu’minoon)

Top Prospect (Sponsored by the hack family)

Shakir Sufi (Al-Mujaahidoon)

Best DEFENCEMAN (Sponsored by century 21: Sameem Mohamed)

Tier 2: Uthman Qadri (As-Sabr)
Tier 1: Abdur-Raheem Hamid (Al-Fowz)

Top Rookie (Sponsored by the hack family)

Jabir Iftikhar (Al-Falaah)

Best Goalie (Sponsored by century 21: Sameem Mohamed)

Tier 2: Eesa Elmasry (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Hamza Ally (Al-Mu’minoon)

REGULAR SEASON MOST VALUABLE PLAYER

6-8 Winner: Zayd Rahman (Al-‘Aalimoon)
9-11 Winner: Azeem Patel (Al-Khaashi’oon)
12-13 Winner: Yusuf Siddiqui (As-Sidq)
14-16 Winner: Abdullah Ally (Al-Falaah)

Appreciation Awards

Nouman Ashraf
Mohammed Ashraf: The Talent Academy
Ancil Ali: Empire Auto Detailing
Asif Karatella: Husna Inc.
Mohammad Raheem
Dr. Rukhsana Aslam
Sameem Mohamed: Century 21
Abdur-Rahman Hamid
Umar Hamid
The Hack Family

Top Volunteer (Sponsored by the hack family)

Winner: Taahir Ally

Coach of the Year (Sponsored by the hack family)

Tier 2: Huzaifa Iftikhar (Al-‘Aalimoon)
Tier 1: Abdur-Rahman Hamid (Al-Mu’minoon)

Sportsmanship (Sponsored by the Talent academy)

Tier 2 Winner: Ibrahim Qureshi (Al-Eemaan)

Tier 1 Winner: Zayd Qadri (Al-Ansaar)

COVID-19 Disruption League Updates

COVID-19 Disruption - League Update #3 SEASON CANCELLATION

The PDF version of the League Update #3 can be found here.

COVID-19 Disruption - League Update #2

The PDF version of the League Update #2 can be found here.

Official Statment on the COVID-19 Disruption - League Update #1

The Islamic Institute of Toronto has suspended all activities until further notice to comply with the Ontario Regulation 52/20 (prohibition of public events and gatherings). The IIBHL has decided to cancel the remainder of the 2019-2020 playoffs.

Week 21 Three Stars – Playoffs

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THREE STARS OF WEEK 21 - PLAYOFFS:

Game 1:

5 - 2
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
9 Azeem Patel 5 0 5
13 Suhaib Shirazi 2 0 2
2 Bilal Khan 0 2 2

Game 2:

4 - 4
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
1 Mustafa Khan 3 1 4
8 Zayd Rahman 2 0 2
3 Hamza Chand 2 1 3

Game 3:

5 - 6
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
10 Muhammad Khan 3 1 4
1 Zakariya Shaikh 3 0 3
8 Abubakr Khan 2 2 4

Week 20 Three Stars – Playoffs

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THREE STARS OF WEEK 20 - PLAYOFFS:

Game 1:

3 - 4
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
1 Mustafa Khan 2 0 2
3 Hamza Chand 1 1 2
2 Uthman Qadri 1 0 1

Game 2:

11 - 2
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
3 Yusuf Siddiqui 6 3 9
4 Usayd Ashraf 3 3 6
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
1 Saad Nakhuda 20 1 0 21 2 19 2.00 0.905

Game 3:

4 - 3
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
10 Muhammad Khan 2 0 2
10 Sufyan Ahmad 1 1 2
8 Abubakr Khan 1 1 2

Week 19 Three Stars – Playoffs

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THREE STARS OF WEEK 19 - PLAYOFFS:

Game 1:

3 - 3
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
1 Mustafa Khan 3 0 3
13 Waseem Kalifa 3 0 3
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
7 Ismael Shirazi 19.30 0 0 18 3 15 3.11 0.833

Game 2:

1 - 3
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
10 Nabeel Lodhi 1 0 1
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
1 Ibraheem Elmasry 27 1 0 20 1 19 0.74 0.950
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
1 Adil Sufi 27 0 0 26 3 23 2.22 0.885

Game 3:

3 - 2
Full Time

# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
5 Awaab Ashraf 20 1 0 15 2 13 2.00 0.867
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
5 Zaid Nakhuda 20 0 0 35 3 32 3.00 0.914
# Offense Goals Assists Points
1 Zakariya Shaikh 1 1 2

Week 18 Three Stars – Playoffs

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THREE STARS OF WEEK 18 - PLAYOFFS:

Game 1:

2 - 4
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
9 Zayd Qadri 1 2 3
9 Maazin Macci 2 0 2
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
5 Zaid Nakhuda 20 0 0 21 3 18 3.00 0.857

Game 2:

4 - 6
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
7 Jabir Iftikhar 4 2 6
1 Abdur-Raheem Hamid 3 0 3
# Goalie Min Wins SO SA GA SV GAA SV%
1 Faaris Omer 20 1 0 25 4 21 4.00 0.840

Week 17 Three Stars – Playoffs

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THREE STARS OF WEEK 17 - Playoffs:

Game 1:

2 - 5
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
1 Mustafa Khan 3 0 3
6 Mustafa Qadri 2 0 2
13 Waseem Kalifa 2 0 2

Game 2:

3 - 4
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
8 Muaaz Jeebhai 1 2 3
10 Shakir Sufi 2 0 2
4 Sulayman Shirazi 2 0 2

Game 3:

3 - 9
Full Time

# Offense Goals Assists Points
9 Hamza Siddiqui 4 1 5
11 Yaseen Khan 0 3 3
12 Abubakar Ahmed 2 1 3

All-Star Day Recap

Congratulations to all of those who were selected to participate in the 2019-2020 All-Star Day! Below you can find results of the skills competition and games.

Skills Competition Results
Hardest Shot Target Shooting Penalty Shots Rapid Fire
Tier 1 Maazin Macci Zayd Qadri Shooter: Yusuf Siddiqui Shooter: Abdullah Ally
Goalie: Saad Nakhuda Goalie: Hamza Ally
Tier 2 Ibraheem Ahmed Zayd Rahman Shooter: Nabil Kalifa Shooter: Hamza Chand
Goalie: Eesa Elmasry Goalie: Eesa Elmasry
All-Star Games
Tier 2
Teams Final Three Stars
West 5
  1. Mustafa Khan (W)
  2. Shakir Sufi (W)
  3. Hamza Chand (E)
East 2
Tier 1
Teams Final Three Stars
West 4
  1. Bilal Iftikhar (W)
  2. Yusuf Siddiqui (W)
  3. Muhammad Khan (E)
East 1
Coaches vs Select All-Stars (Tier 1 only)
Teams Final Three Stars
Select All-Stars 8
  1. Yusuf Siddiqui (SAS)
  2. Ibraheem Siddiqui (C)
  3. Hamza Ally (SAS)
Coaches 5