The Cameron Bulger Memorial Award

Cameron Bulger was just six years old when he was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer. Following a multi-year battle Cameron sadly passed away at the age of 9.

In his memory the Cameron Bulger Memorial Award will recognize one Player Ambassador each year from the USPORTS hockey community. This player must be deemed to have made a significantly positive impact regarding the awareness and necessity of Canada’s Lifeline. In doing so, the player will exhibit traits Cameron was known for such as humility, dedication, and selflessness.

Cameron was a budding humanitarian at heart, known for his humour and famous "Hulk Hugs". He loved life, had an infectious smile that could light up a room and always found life's positives.
Cameron received 3 stem cell transplants and over 50 blood transfusions during his treatment. His experience relying on Canada's Lifeline led him to passionately thank donors who generously volunteered time to give the gift of life and further dedicated his efforts toward creating awareness for Canadian Blood Services.

Cameron is survived by his Mother Sharon, Father Glenn and younger brother Zachariah
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Hockey Gives Blood was founded in 2018 by former hockey players, all of whom were seeking to do more for the Hockey community. When the Humboldt Broncos tragedy struck they were filled with a desire to give back. Hockey Gives Blood is a work of passion for each of them.
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