Hockey Canada Foundation
A trio of Canadians have earned hockey’s highest honour. Rob Blake, the late Pat Burns and Bill McCreary are part of the Hockey Hall of Fame’s 2014 induction class, announced Monday afternoon.
Four months after winning Olympic gold in Sochi, Natalie Spooner and Meaghan Mikkelson will trade in their skates and sticks for sneakers and backpacks as competitors on The Amazing Race Canada.
He's been there for 43 gold medals, and created development programs that are the envy of the hockey world. As Bob Nicholson prepares to step away from Hockey Canada, what are his favourite memories?
Legendary coach Clare Drake, five-time world champion France St-Louis and Olympic gold medallist Steve Yzerman have been announced as Distinguished Honourees to the Order of Hockey in Canada for 2014.
The 2002 Olympic gold medallist, seven-time world champion and Hockey Hall of Famer will be the second women's hockey player enshrined in Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, joining Cassie Campbell-Pascall.
The Hockey Canada Foundation proudly partners with Canuck Sports & Entertainment to host its 11th annual Celebrity Classic gala and golf tournament, taking place June 23-24 in Vancouver, B.C. Download the brochure to find out more about this great Canadian tradition!

A 2002 Olympic gold medallist, two-time world champion and seven-time captain, Ryan Smyth played 90 Team Canada games over 13 appearances, from the 1995 World Juniors to the 2012 Spengler Cup.
Olympic gold medallist Steve Yzerman and long-time Hockey Canada president Murray Costello will become the 26th and 27th Canadians enshrined when the induction ceremony is held this May in Minsk.
Saturday, Feb. 8 marked 66 years since the RCAF Flyers won an Olympic gold medal for Canada in St. Moritz, Switzerland. But for one member of that team, Sgt. Andy Gilpin, hockey remains a part of everyday life, even at 93 years old.
With Canada's National Women's Team in St. Pölten, Austria, to finish its Olympic preparations, it's a chance for OHA Europe assistant coach John Miner to relive a few of his Team Canada memories.
Two of the most recognizable names in Canadian hockey - Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson and Olympic gold medallist Scott Niedermayer - have earned induction into the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame.
For two-time Olympic gold medallist Gillian Apps, every journey she takes while representing her country on the ice is special in its own way, and she's learned one valuable lesson: "it's one thing to win a medal; it's even harder to defend."
RBC has unveiled its roster for the RBC Olympians program from 2013 to 2015, and it includes nine current and former Team Canada members, including eight who have won gold at the Olympic Winter Games or Paralympic Winter Games.
The Hockey Canada Foundation and Hockey Quebec have come together to donate $65,000 to the AHM de Lac-Mégantic, covering the registration costs for all 210 minor hockey players registered for 2013-14.
It is with a heavy heart Hockey Canada acknowledges the passing of Denis Brodeur, a 1956 Olympic bronze medallist and renowned hockey photographer, who died Thursday at the age of 82.
Thanks to the generosity of the Hockey Canada Foundation, with the support of Bauer and the Canadian Tire JumpStart program, 38 young players from Yellowknife and Hay River, N.W.T., have new equipment
Thirty alumni joined 108 other golfers at Lakeside Greens in Chestermere to raise money for the Hockey Canada Foundation, supporting grassroots and high performance programs across the country.
The fourth annual Team Canada Alumni Association charity golf tournament, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 17 at Lakeside Greens Golf Club in Chestermere, Alta., is now sold out.

For more information, please contact:
Chris Bright, Executive Director, Hockey Canada Foundation
Norm Dueck, Coordinator, Special Projects - send Alumni questions or concerns here.

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