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When Tristan Lennox (nickname: Lenny) found out that his grandfather, Charles Richard Wall, had been diagnosed with the terminal disease ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) he immediately had the idea that he wanted to do something to show his love and support for his Grand Father.

So, together, he and his parents came up with the idea to start a charitable foundation that could raise money for ALS but also not be limited to helping victims and families impacted by ALS.

Meet Tristan Lennox:

  • Born October 21 Ottawa General Hospital
  • A twin Brother (Brady), Sister (Abby) Sister (Graci)
  • Family resided in Brockville, ON until 2004 when moved to Cambridge, ON
  • began skating at age 2 and began playing hockey with his twin brother Brady at age 6
  • Played A level Lacrosse for the Mississauga Tomahawks program alongside friend and former teammate Owen Power.
  • Tristan Lennox started for his team in the Annual GTHL (Minor Midget) All-Star Prospects Game at Scotiabank Pond Arena
  • Tristan was awarded 2 MVP’s in the 2018 OHL Cup Tournament
  • Tristan was awarded Tournament MVP in 2018 OHL Gold Cup Tournament Champion GTHL Blue Squad
  • OHL Entry Draft 2018 – Tristan was selected as the first goalie in the draft, 26th overall pick: 6th pick 2nd Rd by Saginaw Spirit
  • NHL Entry Draft 2021 – Selected 93rd overall by the New York Islanders
  • In first 2 seasons with OHL’s Saginaw Spirit, the team repeated as West Division Champions & competed for OHL Championship. In his first 7 game series for J. Ross Robertson Cup, Tristan appeared in 5+ games (rookie season) winning a Game Star Selection in 3 of those games. 6 Guelph Storm players from that series graduated to Pro Hockey the following season.
  • Recorded 1st OHL Shut Out (Sunday December 30, 2018) vs Flint Firebirds at age: 16 +70 days…we believe this is a Saginaw Spirit FRANCHISE record & possibly an OHL Record but have not confirmed this as of this post.
  • March 2 2023 (less than 1 week after signing his NHL ELC with the New York Islanders) Tristan set a modern day OHL Record making 59 saves for the Saginaw Spirit in a (road) Win over the Peterborough Petes who had been on a 4 game winning streak and eventually went on to compete for the OHL in the Memorial Cup that season.
  • In his 5th OHL season (OA) with Saginaw Spirit Tristan named Team MVP
  • Tristan played Team Canada White at the u17 IIHF event in Halifax Nova Scotia 2018 & won a POG Award during the Tournament
  • Tristan was selected to play and start for Team Canada at the u18 IIHF Hlinka-Gretzky Tournament in Czechoslovakia – winning Silver Medal alongside OHL teammate and friend Cole Perfetti. An injury suffered in a shootout win vs Sweden kept him from playing the finals and unfortunately Canada lost to Russia in that game.
Tristan Lennox