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The Cobourg Cougars, hosts of the 2017 RBC Cup, have been crowned this year’s National Junior A Champions following a 3-2 overtime win over the Brooks Bandits.
Canada’s National Men’s Team are coming home with a silver medal after a 2-1 shootout loss to Sweden in Sunday’s gold-medal game at the 2017 IIHF World Championship.
The 2016-17 season comes to an end Sunday for the Canadian Junior Hockey League, with two teams – the host Cobourg Cougars and Brooks Bandits – remaining in the chase for the RBC Cup.
With preliminary-round action concluded and the semifinal match-ups set at the 2017 RBC Cup in Cobourg, it was time to recognize individual player contributions at the annual event banquet on Friday.
Canada’s National Women’s Team is travelling east for its upcoming training camp that will be hosted in Fredericton, N.B., from May 26-June 12, 2017.
For most of the players on the ice this week in Cobourg, the 2017 RBC Cup will be the pinnacle of their hockey careers, a rare chance to step onto the national stage. Not Tom Pajonkowski.
Twelve coaches have been selected to lead Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team and Canada’s national men’s under-17 teams throughout development and selection camps, and 2017 events.
After disappointing finishes a season ago, the Brooks Bandits and Trenton Golden Hawks are back. Both teams lost out in the semifinals at the 2016 RBC Cup in Lloydminster, but have returned with their sights set on redemption, and the two wins they didn’t get in the Border City.
Hockey Canada continues to prepare for the upcoming season with the announcement of its Program of Excellence management group for the 2017-18 season.
Six games. If everything goes according to plan, Gabe Bast has six games remaining in his junior hockey career. Problem is, things haven’t quite gone as planned the last few years.
When Hockey Canada announced in June 2015 that the Cobourg Cougars would host the 2017 RBC Cup, Brent Tully, general manager of the Cougars, went to work.
International Scouting Services has selected three players from each of the five teams competing in Cobourg, Ont., that it believes are players to watch at the 2017 RBC Cup.
The teams are set and ready for puck-drop at the 2017 RBC Cup in Cobourg, Ont., May 13-21.
Semifinalists one year ago, the Golden Hawks will make the 58-kilometre trip to Cobourg with hopes of changing the ending.
The first Quebec team to qualify since 2006, the high-scoring Cobras want an elusive national championship for the province.
The Vees are back for the third time in six years, looking to keep Canada’s National Junior A Championship in the Okanagan.
After a 37-day layoff, the Cougars want to shake off the rust and cap a record-setting season with a home-ice national title.
No team comes in as hot as the Bandits, who have won 12 games in a row and are unbeaten in regulation time since Feb. 25.
Canada’s National Women’s Team has announced the 28 players that will be centralized in Calgary throughout the 2017-18 season in preparation for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
When the idea was hatched, they were just like any other hockey moms. They’d bundle up and head to the rink on a cold winter day, watching their Novice-aged sons in the early stages of their minor hockey careers.