Top Scorer

If the Top Scorer racks up points, the young talent benefits

The PostFinance Top Scorers are not only on the hunt for points for their teams, but also for Swiss junior ice hockey players. For every point scored by the Top Scorer, whether it’s from a goal or an assist, PostFinance pays 300 francs into the National League and 200 francs into the Swiss League.

Here’s how the money is invested in young talent

All the money the PostFinance Top Scorers collect during the regular season goes to the junior divisions of their clubs and is invested in projects for the stars of tomorrow – for example, equipment for ice hockey schools, transport vehicles or summer training camps.

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Have you got what it takes to be a Top Scorer?

By taking part in PostFinance’s ice hockey challenge, kids and adults alike can find out in a fun way whether they have what it takes to be a Top Scorer. Two ice hockey pros who have already had the privilege of wearing the yellow helmet and the flame-emblazoned jersey set all sorts of different challenges in a series of videos.

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