There are times in life when you feel like you’ve been tripped, checked into the boards or been hit from behind. In hockey, these type of offenses result in a power play – your team gets to have more active players than the other team, thus giving your team the man advantage. Some children have the unfortunate circumstance of losing a parent or having a disabled parent. This can sometimes feel like the child is serving a penalty. ManAdvantage works to help these kids feel like they are on the power play instead. By providing the support, financially and professionally, ManAdvantage works to help these kids never feel like they’ve committed the penalty. Keeping these kids involved in hockey regardless of the penalties life has thrown their way, is important for growth, team work and success. ManAdvantage works to keep kids out of the ‘penalty box’ and instead playing with the man advantage!