Seven players who helped win a silver medal last January will lead Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team into action at the 2017 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.
The top line had six goals for the U.S. in its win, and Brad Bowden put up six points for the Canadians in theirs.
Vancouver and Victoria will host the IIHF World Junior Championship.
32 hopefuls will converge on Boisbriand for junior selection camp...

Lauryn Collett of St. John’s, N.L., and Peter Sprawson of Oakville, Ont., will have their goalie masks worn by Canada’s netminders at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Kevin Rempel, a 2014 Paralympic bronze medallist and 2013 IPC world champion, has retired from international sledge hockey.
The U18 tournament will be played on Canadian ice beginning in 2018.
Canada, Korea, Norway and the U.S. have converged on Charlottetown.
A total of 100 players – 40 for Canada East and 60 for Canada West – have received invitations to early-December selection camps ahead of the World Junior A Challenge.
Eight communities in Ontario and Quebec will host 10 games as part of the RBC Road to the World Juniors from Dec. 19-23.
The Hockey Canada Board of Directors has been set for the next year.
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TOM’S TALKS – NOVEMBER 2016
The hockey season is in full swing, and the president and CEO discusses all things coaching at the grassroots, what they can expect, and why having fun can go a long way.
Canada’s National Junior Team hopefuls will gather at the Centre d’Excellence Sports Rousseau for a four-day selection camp.
The Chevrolet program helps Peewee coaches teach positive values.
Cariboo will make its TELUS Cup debut against the Pacific champs.
Five teams will join the host Pembina Valley Hawks to battle for a national title next spring, and full-tournament ticket packages are now available for as low as $60.
Twenty-two Canadian officials have been nominated to work IIHF world championships and Olympic qualification tournaments.
The First Shift gives new players a unique opportunity to try hockey.
Changes will increase player safety and help promote more offence.
Hockey Canada is partnering with the CHL to offer the Bill Hay Future Leaders Internship Program, which will give graduates a chance to get hands-on experience in hockey.
From drills to practice plans and expert information, Hockey Canada’s massive collection of player development resources is now available to...
Hockey Canada has re-launched its concussion awareness app for mobile ...
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2016 WSHC: USA 8 – NOR 0 (Preliminary)
The line of Farmer, Roybal and McKee combined for six goals.
WSHC: CAN 10 – KOR 1 (Preliminary)
Brad Bowden’s six-point game led Canada to its second straight win.
2016 WSHC: USA 4 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
The Americans scored three power play goals in an opening win.
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