A GIVE-BACK CHALLENGE IN QUISPAMSIS
In a small town with a big hockey presence, the Kennebecasis Valley MHA is making sure its players know that the game is about more than just what happens on the ice.
3-ON-3 TOURNEY HELPS LEAVE A LEGACY
Atom teams in Quebec got a unique look at the World Juniors, representing 10 countries in a 3-on-3 tournament, and were inspired as the next generation of Team Canada.
HONOURING A YOUNG WARRIOR
Taten Hammerberg was an inspiration to his teammates, and to the city of Sault Ste. Marie. Five months after Taten lost his battle, his community continues to honour him.
WHO’S YOUR AMBASSADOR?
Calling all Canadians! Who makes hockey happen in your community? Nominate a local leader you know as a Hockey Canada Ambassador, and they could have their story shared.
HONOURING HOCKEY HEROES IN SICAMOUS
Tiny Sicamous, B.C. has seen plenty of hockey success through the years, but the dreams of young players couldn't become reality without the town's selfless volunteers.
HELPING HOCKEY HAPPEN IN CANADIAN ARCTIC
Hockey Canada development staff, with support from Hockey North and the Hockey Canada Foundation, went north to help Canada’s game grow on the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
RAIDERS ONE TEAM, ONE CAUSE AT ESSO
Hailey McCallum’s dad, Billie, was a member of the Rocky Mountain Raiders family. After he passed away, the team played on in his honour in the name of cancer awareness.
After losing his dad just days before the start of the playoffs, Austin McGrath put together a postseason for the ages.
PUSHING FOR CHANGE IN KUGLUKTUK
A local and an unexpected newcomer are leading the charge to change the hockey culture in Kugluktuk, Nunavut, in the hopes of growing the game in the northern hamlet.
For Nick Todd, the Hockey Canada Skills Academy in Paris, Ont., has given him a voice, and a place in the arena and at school.
Mark Messier joined new players and their parents on the ice in Quebec City as part of The First Shift, a Hockey Canada and Bauer Hockey ini...
Girls just want to have f...
From moms to daughters, coaches to volunteers, and fans in the stands ...
This Thanksgiving weekend, Canadians from coast to coast to coast are coming together for World Girls’ Hockey Weekend, including the third edition of the Long Game, and the Canadian leg of t...
The Hockey Canada president and CEO talks about women’s worlds, the growth of the game, and his history with Kamloops.
Danielle Dubé backstopped UBC to CIS nationals this year. As a 40-year-old. Almost 20 years after winning worlds gold.