2005-06 National Men's Under-18 Team

THE 2006 IIHF WORLD U-18 CHAMPIONSHIP DIRECTORATE NAMED THE BEST PLAYERS OF THE TOURNAMENT

The following players were named best players of the tournament:

Best goalkeeper: Riku Helenius, FIN
Best defenceman: Jamie McBain, USA
Best forward: Bill Sweatt, USA

Click here for Final Standings

 

MEDIA VOTED FOR
THE 2006 ALL STAR TEAM

The following players were named
to All Star Team:

Goalkeeper: Jonathan Bernier, Canada
Defenceman: Erik Johnson, USA
Defenceman: Jami McBain, USA
Forward: Pat Kane, USA
Forward: Justin Azevado, Canada
Forward: Jiri Tlusty, Czech Republic

 

CANADA’S UNDER-18 TEAM FINISHES IN 4TH PLACE AFTER LOSING TO CZECH REPUBLIC AT 2006 IIHF UNDER-18 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

ANGELHOLM, SWEDEN – Canada, who went through the event with a 3-3-1 record, has medaled at this World Championship event two of past four years – winning gold in 2003 and silver medal in 2005.
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CANADA TO PLAY FOR BRONZE AFTER LOSING TO FINLAND IN SEMIS

ANGELHOLM, SWEDEN -- Canada's Under-18 World Championship team lost 3-2 to Finland in overtime in Thursday's semi-final game, and will now play for a bronze medal against the Czech Republic, on Saturday.
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CANADA’S UNDER-18 TEAM BEATS RUSSIA 4-1 IN QUARTER-FINALS

ANGELHOLM, SWEDEN – Canada's Under-18 team moved onto Thursday’s semi-finals at the IIHF World Under-18 Championship after beating Russia 4-1 in its quarter-final game on Wednesday. » more | game summary

 

CANADA’S ROSTER FOR 2006 IIHF WORLD UNDER-18 CHAMPIONSHIP

Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, announced on Wednesday Canada’s roster of 22 players that will participate in the 2006 IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Angelholm and Halmstad, Sweden, from April 12-22.
» more | Roster | Team Notes -pdf

 
For more information:
Brad Pascall Vice-President, Hockey Operations