2016-17 National Men's Team

2016-17 National Men's Team
Three Canadians will wear stripes at the IIHF World Championship – referees Olivier Gouin and Brett Iverson, and linesman Nathan Vanoosten are bound for Paris and Cologne.
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Cory Emmerton scored the winner in a three-goal second period, and Canada beat HC Lugano 5-2 to win its 14th Spengler Cup.
A Team Canada alumnus, long-timer NHLer and former NHL and AHL coach, Luke Richardson is adding to his résumé in Davos.
Five players who won a Spengler Cup title last year are back as Canada looks to repeat for the first time since 2002-03.
Luke Richardson will lead the title defence at the Spengler Cup, with associate coach Dave King and assistant Gordie Dwyer.
Twenty-three Canadians playing across Europe this season, will wear the red and white of Team Canada at the Deutschland Cup.
Coaching legend Dave King will be joined by assistants Mike Pelino, Luke Richardson and Mike Stewart in Augsburg, Germany.
Team Canada alumnus Sean Burke, a gold medallist as a player and staff, will serve as general manager at the Deutschland Cup.
Pouliot had 1G 2A, leading Canada back to the Spengler Cup final.
Raymond, Gormley and Ebbett had 1G 2A each, and Canada advanced.
Ebbett scored the winner, and Canada edged the Spengler Cup hosts.
Noreau scored two, but Canada dropped its opener at the Spengler Cup.
Clark scored two goals to lead Canada to a 3-1 win over Germany.
Clark and Scott had a goal and an assist apiece in a shootout loss.
Kinrade and Robinson scored on the PP to lead Canada over the Swiss.
Szczechura scored two goals, and Canada topped Hungary in Budapest.
2016-17 NWU18T: USA 3 – CAN 1 (Gold Medal)
Watts tied the game late, but Canada settled for silver at U18 worlds.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 6 – SWE 2 (Semifinal)
Shirley and Fillier had two goals apiece to send Canada to the final.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 1 – USA 0 OT (Preliminary)
Bell scored in OT, Ranger earned the shutout and Canada edged the U.S.
2016-17 NWU18T: CAN 4 – RUS 2 (Preliminary)
Potomak scored the winner on a third-period PP to keep Canada perfect.