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Laura Schuler (Scarborough, Ont./Dartmouth College, ECAC) will be the first National Women’s Team alumnae to lead Team Canada behind the bench at the Olympic Winter Games.
Hockey Canada announced the addition of Colton Parayko (St. Albert, Alta./St. Louis, NHL) to its roster competing at the 2017 IIHF World Championship in Paris, France and Cologne, Germany May 5-21.
On the eve of its opening game of the 2017 IIHF World Championship, Team Canada has announced that Claude Giroux (Hearst, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL) will captain the red-and-white as the team looks to defend its back-to-back gold medals.
No team has ever won four consecutive Fred Page Cup championships. Will Carleton Place make it a quartet of RBC Cup trips?
Defence reigns – all four teams finished first or second in their leagues in fewest goals allowed. Who goes to Cobourg?
History was made as the Cape Breton West Islanders became the first team from Atlantic Canada to win the TELUS Cup.
The second Atlantic team in as many years to reach the final, the Islanders have a chance to make history with a gold medal.
After starting with back-to-back losses, the Blizzard are now just one win away from a record-setting fifth national title.
The St. Albert Slash claimed Alberta’s first Esso Cup with a 1-0 overtime win against the Harfangs du Triolet.
Hockey Canada has added Marc-Edouard Vlasic (Montreal/San Jose, NHL), Mitch Marner (Thornhill, Ont./Toronto, NHL), Brayden Schenn (Saskatoon, Sask./Philadelphia, NHL), and Chad Johnson (Calgary/Calgary, NHL) to its now 22-player roster competing at the 2017 IIHF World Championship in Paris, France, and Cologne, Germany, May 5-21.
The last five RBC Cup champions – and eight of nine – have come from the West. Which two teams will survive in Penticton?
Standing 6-foot-4 and tipping the scales at nearly 200 pounds, with a shock of white blonde hair, Métis Roelens tends to turn heads wherever he goes. But throw on an extra two inches of skate blade, give him a stick and a puck, and he’s sure to leave you in awe.
Hockey Canada has named 16 players to Canada’s National Sledge Development Team following a four-day NextGen Prospects’ Camp which has wrapped up in Montreal.
Besides the name and number on the back of their jerseys, there aren’t many things that separate Chloé Gendreau and Zoé Thibault these days.
Dylan MacDonald is a humble 18-year-old that just wants to play hockey. The road to get there hasn’t been easy, though. The Jordanville, N.S., native is a second-year defenceman with the Cape Breton West Islanders, the Atlantic Region champions, but had to make a jump in skill level and commit to a long commute to make the roster.
The Hockey Canada Foundation announced the addition of four new members to its board of directors, which identify ways to make the game accessible for everyone, while also ensuring Canada remains a worldwide leader in the growth, development and promotion of the sport.
Myles Mattila and the Cariboo Cougars will be playing on a national stage during the upcoming TELUS Cup, and Mattila will be using that opportunity to support mental health initiatives and spread the message of hope.
A by-the-numbers look at the past five years in the career of Brooke Hobson reveals one busy – and accomplished – 17-year-old
International Scouting Services has selected three players from each of the six teams competing in Lloydminster, Alta./Sask., that it believes are players to watch at the 2016 RBC Cup.
The bus ride was uneventful, but memorable, probably the way most trips on the ‘Iron Lung’ should be when you’re 16 and travelling from home to another city in Canada. After his Calgary Royals captured both the Alberta Midget Hockey League (AMHL) and Pacific Region championships, the next stop for Brett Pilkington was Prince George, B.C., for Canada’s National Midget Championship, the 2001 Air Canada Cup.