Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta – November 22, 2018 – CAP Corporation (CAP) and APNA Hockey (Apna) announced today their partnership to deliver the CAP Concussion Prevention, Brain Repair and online educational programs to Apna athletes.

APNA connects South Asian kids to Canada’s game – hockey, with the goal of developing potential future NHL players. They work with WHL teams like the Hitmen to promote diversity and inclusion in hockey. Founders, Lali Toor and Dampy Brar, are part of the coaching staff for the 2018 Indian National Women’s Hockey Team which will be playing in Hailey Wickenheiser’s tournament, WickFest, in Calgary on November 16th, 17th, and 18th.

“Nothing is more important then keeping our athletes safe, so they will have long and successful hockey careers whether they are just playing for fun or go on to play at the pro level. We are looking forward to working with CAP to implement this safety standard to prevent concussions.” stated Lali Toor

Dampy Brar added, “There are many parents that come to us with concerns about their child’s safety when they are playing hockey. When we learned about CAP and their concussion prevention program, we knew it was a solution we wanted to implement for our athletes.”

Kim Adolphe, CAP CEO commented, “It’s an honor to partner with a unique organization like Apna Hockey that promotes hockey, diversity, respect, and inclusion. We look forward to working with them to introduce our concussion prevention program and be part of their success story.”

About CAP Corporation

CAP was founded on the principle that preventing concussions is about changing the athlete, not the sport. The CAP technology and patented RAM machine is the ONLY solution in the world that is clinically validated to safely test the risk of sustaining concussions and, prevent them from occurring. CAP also offers a Brain Repair Program that uses state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and therapies.

CAP dedicates 20% of revenues towards funding amateur sports, nonprofits, and concussion research working closely with leading scientists at Universities, Government, and Private Institutes.

About APNA Hockey

APNA Hockey is the very first South Asian based ice hockey network. As an Indo-Canadian hockey players of Sikh descent, the founders of APNA Hockey (Lali Toor & Dampy Brar) decided to create an ice hockey network directed at developing and connecting hockey talent in the South Asian community. APNA Hockey is focused on identifying and growing the number of South Asian hockey players across the country by providing on ice and off ice training. With the help of current and past APNA Hockey Athletes, APNA Hockey provides an interactive environment for players, promoting positive instructor-to-player interactions. There is not one term that is more synonymous with being a Canadian than hockey. With that being said, we have encouraged all Canadians to participate in APNA Hockey camps. Multiculturalism is a beautiful aspect of our country, and we envision Apna Hockey to bring out players of all ethnicity and backgrounds.

Currently, APNA Hockey’s immediate goal is to build a strong foundation in Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. By introducing former professional hockey player, Dampy Brar, as the Co-founder of APNA Hockey we have added one of the first players of South Asian Decent to play professionally in North America to our organization. His experience at the professional level has been a welcomed addition to our Calgary expansion. With more demand, APNA Hockey intends on expanding into the Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal markets.

For more information,

Visit CAP at, email [email protected] or call 403 263-8649.