The Peewee Highland Storm hockey team is getting geared up to challenge for the Good Deed Cup.

Traditionally speaking, hockey teams are always competing in tournaments and playoffs throughout their season. This year the Peewee Storm players are involved in a different kind of competition.  The Good Deed Cup is a competition put on by Chevrolet, challenging hockey teams across the country to perform good deeds and submit a video of those kindly acts to the car company.

It’s been confirmed that the peewees are going to perform their good deed at the Haliburton Village Santa Claus Parade. Jim Frost, one of the parade organizers, says that the team have been loaned a truck to ride on during the parade, and as the parade moves down the road, the team will be taking food and cash donations. Frost told My Haliburton Now.com that the Lions Club and the Haliburton Rotary Club have agreed to match every dollar that the hockey team collects during the parade.

According to Chevrolet, the winner of the Good Deed Cup gets their team name engraved on a literal trophy, they get free chevy and Hockey Canada SWAG. The winner also gets a ceremony in their hometown and a team profile on Hockey Night Canada.

Chevrolet says that they will decide the semi-finalists by January 26th.