2015-16 National Junior Team

2015-16 National Junior Team
Among the final four cuts one year ago, Rourke Chartier and Haydn Fleury turned disappointment into motivation to make good on a second chance to play for Canada’s National Junior Team...
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One year ago Brayden Point played a supporting role to names like Lazar, McDavid and Domi. At the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship, Canad...
How many players have worn the C for Canada before? Who’s repres...
The Windsor Spitfires don’t have any players on Canada’s National Juni...
Mitch Marner scored twice on the power play in the third period, and Lawson Crouse added a goal and an assist, but Canada’s National Junior Team saw its 2016 IIHF World Junior Champion...
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As the lone draft-eligible player on Canada’s roster at the IIHF World Junior Championship, Julien Gauthier knows he has plenty of eyes on h...
Finland has played host to the world juniors on six previous occasions, providing the backdrop to tales of unlikely heroes and even more unlikely bounces. For Canada's National Junior Team, it’s been both the best of times and the worst of times.
Canada’s National Junior Team will have gold-medal experience wearing letters at the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship; Brayden Point will wear the ‘C’ as Team Canada captain, joined by alternates Lawson Crouse and Joe Hicketts.
Canada’s National Junior Team has set its roster for the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship; the 23-player Canadian contingent includes four returning players who will lead the charge for back-to-back gold medals beginning Boxing Day in Helsinki.
After drawing upon images that represent Canada to win the Boston Pizza and Bauer Design-a-Mask contest, Jessica Tran and Aiden Scott Rose met the players who’ll wear their creations: the three goaltenders for Canada’s National Junior Team.
Let the countdown begin to the IIHF World Junior Championship. Hockey Canada has invited 30 players, including three returning gold medallists, to selection camp in Etobicoke, Ont., the first step towards the 2016 edition of Canada’s holiday tradition.
Starting with Connor McDavid being taken with the very first selection by the Edmonton Oilers, Canada once again proved its depth of hockey talent by seeing an additional 78 Canadian-born players taken at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft in Sunrise, Fla.
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2016 WJC: FIN 6 – CAN 5 (Quarter-final)
Marner scored twice, and Crouse added a goal and a helper, but Canada’s WJC ended in the quarter-finals.
2016 WJC: SWE 5 – CAN 2 (Preliminary)
Stephens and Marner scored, but Canada allowed three power play goals and lost its final preliminary round game.
2016 WJC: CAN 3 – SUI 2 (SO) (Preliminary)
Point and Barzal scored in the shootout as Canada erased a two-goal deficit to earn a extra-time win over the Swiss.
2016 WJC: CAN 6 – DEN 1 (Preliminary)
Point, Barzal and Marner each had multipoint games, and Canada got its first win of the 2016 World Juniors.
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