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    Store Hours:

    Tuesday-Thursday 10AM–6PM
    Friday & Saturday 10AM–5PM
    Sunday & Monday Closed

    We're located at 1703 Lakeshore Rd. West, in Clarkson.

    Call us at 905-855-8225


    Our Story

    Now operating as ML Pro Sports, named after the shop’s new owners, Monika Trueman and Laura Reeves recently purchased CLP Sports.  The new owners play hockey together and Trueman has been a long-time customer at the store. Both owners see the value in a business that has been so active in the Clarkson/Lorne Park sports community.  Like you, they have a real passion for sports.

    Originally founded 45 years ago by Rob Walton and Mike Bernard, it was previously known as CWS Sports.  The store has been on Lakeshore Road West since 1972. After the death of Rob Walton, Gary Hill and Nick Conforti reopened the store and named it CLP Sports.  After 22 years of working at CLP Sports on Lakeshore Rd. W, co-owner Gary Hill decided to retire and business partner Nick Conforti joined the new owners of ML Pro Sports as Store Manager.

    The store caters mostly towards hockey, lacrosse and baseball players, but also carries football, soccer, pickleball, ringette equipment and apparel. The store works with a wide range of teams in Mississauga and the surrounding area to meet their equipment/uniform needs.

    ML Pro Sports continues to offer the finest quality products at competitive prices, backed by the best service anywhere. ML Pro Sports Inc. is an authentic full-line sporting goods retailer offering a broad assortment of brand name sporting goods equipment, apparel and footwear in a specialty store environment.

    Pro hockey players like Cheryl Pounder, Jason Spezza, the Strome brothers and the Pinizzotto brothers got their gear at the shop as youngsters and still visit the shop whenever they’re home for the summer.  ML Pro Sports plans to expand their line of equipment and apparel to carry a 45-year-old Clarkson/Lorne Park retail icon forward for the next generation of developing athletes.