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Play for Patrick

Patrick and his Eastview teammates were playing in the Blue Ox Hockey Bantam AA Tournament in Brainerd, MN. Patrick scored the game’s first goal and collapsed moments later on the ice. First responders were unable to revive him. It was later determined Patrick had numerous heart defects that caused his early death.

Patrick was a fun loving teenager who is loved and respected by many. Patrick was a gentle giant. He was the “anti-bully” at school and stood up for those who could not. He made kids feel welcome with his smile and kindness. He was a great teammate and brought laughter and life to the locker room. He will forever be missed but never forgotten, and his legacy will live forever through the Play For Patrick Foundation.

Patrick’s heart condition was never detected during exams or physicals. The Schoonover family is working with the University of Minnesota Physicians Heart clinics to educate and inform families about heart defects and to help make heart scans more accessible and affordable.

Patrick’s passing stopped the world of Minnesota Youth Hockey November 14th, 2014. It forever changed our lives, and we hope we can reduce or eliminate sudden death due to heart defects and save other parents from the pain and anguish we are feeling.

Play for Patrick News

Registration open for 18-24 year olds through 10PM Nov 17

11/17/2017, 2:00pm CST
By Play for Patrick

Register Now!

We have extended our age limit to 14-24 for our White Bear Lake screen.  If you'd like to register, please do so prior to 10PM tonight, November 17!


October EVHA Screening Recap

11/06/2017, 12:30am CST
By Play for Patrick

Thank you for a successful event!


A look at the first Play for Patrick Heart Screen

The foundation in memory of
Patrick Schoonover.


Since its inception in 2015 and through October 2017, the Foundation has performed 9 heart screens, screened 1,723 kids, found 61 with high blood pressure after repeated check, many normal with minor variants, 42 with abnormal electrical or structural heart defects with 6 of those being life threatening and requiring immediate follow up & treatment.  1,645 kids & adults were trained how to perform hands only CPR and use and AED 

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In The Media

FSN State of Hockey Story - Jan 2016

KSTP News Story-February 2015

KSTP News Story - October 2015