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Excitement is building in B.C. as the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge returns to Dawson Creek and Fort St. John for the second time in three years.
The first pieces are in place for Hockey Canada as Canada’s National Men’s Team looks to three-peat at the 2017 IIHF World Championship in Paris, France, and Cologne, Germany.
Canada’s National Men’s Under-18 Team will begin to assemble in Etobicoke, Ont., this week before flying to Slovakia for two pre-competition games in preparation for the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship, April 13-23, in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia.
Renata Fast and Erin Ambrose were on official and unofficial visits, respectively, to Clarkson University the first time they met. Fast had taken the train from Burlington, Ont., to Potsdam, N.Y., but she’d be hitching a ride back with Ambrose and her parents.
Shannon Szabados is coming in a little bit older, more mature, wiser and, what might be scariest to her opponents, better.
Greater Vancouver and St. Albert combined for just six losses in 68 games. Who will keep on winning all the way to the Esso Cup in Morden?
Will Prince Albert keep its perfect playoff record intact, or can Westman make the most of a second chance to win the West?
Séminaire Saint-François and Trois-Rivières won their way to the LHMAAAQ final. Who takes the last step to Prince George?
From Windsor to Toronto to Buffalo, HCSA students from the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board embarked on a hockey journey to see the past, present and future.
A former NHLer and a local broadcaster have done their part – on-ice and off – to help HCSA students prepare for the future at École Saint-Dominique-Savio in Owen Sound.
Five teams – East Hants, Mid Isle, Moncton, Northern and Western – are left. Who wins and makes the trip west to Morden for the Esso Cup?
HCSA students from Okanagan Mission Secondary School in Kelowna, B.C., headed across the Atlantic in December to get a unique look at life in Finland, on and off the ice.
Marie-Philip Poulin will captain Canada’s National Women’s Team on rival soil at the upcoming 2017 IIHF Women’s World Championship from March 31-April 7.
It’s just 58 kilometres from the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens to the Cobourg Community Centre, a quick 39-minute jaunt west on the 401 … maybe a little more, depending on traffic. That’s what separates the Trenton Golden Hawks and Cobourg Cougars, bitter rivals who face off beginning Friday in the semifinals of the Ontario Junior Hockey League playoffs.
Will it be Eastman, Regina, Thunder Bay or Winnipeg that earns the right to wave the West Region banner at the TELUS Cup in Prince George?
Five teams – Cape Breton West, Kensington, Miramichi, Moncton and St. John’s – are left. Who makes the cross-country trip to the TELUS Cup?
Just 19, Sarah Potomak will be the youngest player on the Team Canada roster in Plymouth, and only the second player from British Columbia to appear at women’s worlds.