DRAW FOR 2006 IIHF CHAMPIONSHIP IN RIGA CONFIRMED

RIGA, LATVIA – The draw to determine the four Preliminary Round groups for the 2006 IIHF World Championship was conducted today in Riga, Latvia, the host city of the 70th flagship event of the IIHF.» more

Group A: Czech Republic (3), Finland (7), Latvia (9), Slovenia (16)
Group B: Sweden (2), Switzerland (8), Ukraine (11), Italy (19)
Group C: Slovakia (4), Russia (5), Belarus (12), Kazakhstan (15)
Group D: Canada (1), USA (6), Denmark (14), Norway (18)

 

CANADA CAPTURES SILVER , JOE THORNTON NAMED TOURNAMENT MVP

CANADA 0 CZECH REPUBLIC 3

VIENNA – Team Canada won the silver medal at the Men’s World Hockey Championship after a 3-0 loss to the Czech Republic on Sunday.
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THORNTON, NASH AND GAGNE LEADING CANADA IN SCORING
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CANADA 4 RUSSIA 3

VIENNA – Ryan Smyth, a.k.a Captain Canada, said it best. “There is no better feeling in that dressing room right now,” said Smyth.
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TEAM CANADA TO PLAY RUSSIA IN MEN’S WORLDS SEMI-FINALS ON SATURDAY AFTER BEATING SLOVAKIA 5-4 IN QUARTER-FINAL

CANADA 5 SLOVAKIA 4

INNSBRUCK – Team Canada advanced to the ‘final four’ of the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship after beating Slovakia 5-4 on Thursday.» more

 

QUALIFYING ROUND

CANADA 2 UKRAINE 1
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CANADA 3 FINLAND 3
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CANADA 4 SWEDEN 5
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CANADA vs. USA
"IT'S THE BIG GAME"

INNSBRUCK, Austria – Each generation has its main rivals and for the members of Team Canada, the United States is it.

And the rivalry is being rekindled at the 2005 world hockey championship when the Canadians and Americans meet in their final preliminary round game at the 16-team tournament on Thursday.» more

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND

CANADA 3 - USA 1
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CANADA 8 SLOVENIA 0
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CANADA 6 LATVIA 4
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CANADA'S 1964 OLYMPIC TEAM AWARDED THE IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BRONZE MEDALS

Canada’s men’s national team from the 1964 Olympic Winter Games and IIHF World Championship in Innsbruck will be awarded a set of bronze medals from the event.» more

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

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