TEAM CANADA'S LUCKY SEVEN

TORONTO (CP) - Mario Lemieux gave the World Cup trophy over to Ryan Smyth as Team Canada skated around the Air Canada Centre ice in celebration.

It was fitting scene: Canada's captain handing off to Captain Canada.

Smyth was among a special group of seven players who will have been on top the world twice in 2004 - the IIHF men's champions in Prague in May and then the NHL's World Cup champions on Tuesday night. » more

TEAM CANADA BEATS FINLAND TO WIN THE WORLD CUP OF HOCKEY 2004

CANADA’S VINCENT LECAVALIER, ADAM FOOTE AND MARTIN BRODEUR NAMED TO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM; VINCENT LECAVALIER NAMED PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT

TORONTO, ON – Team Canada won the World Cup of Hockey 2004 on Tuesday night after beating Team Finland 3-2.  Canada finished the World Cup of Hockey with a perfect record of 6-0-0, going undefeated during the entire championship. » more

 

HOCKEY CANADA'S DEVELOPMENT AND HIGH PERFORMANCE PROGRAMS WORK

TORONTO – Jarome Iginla hit the nail on the head. “I think Canadian hockey has a great system. I really and truly believe that,” said Iginla, glowing in the spotlight after Canada beat Finland 3-2 in the championship game of the 2004 World Cup of Hockey. » more

 

CANADA 3 vs FINLAND 2

WORLD CUP OF HOCKEY TOURNAMENT FINAL GAME NOTES (pdf) » more

WAYNE GRETZKY KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT PLAYING IN A BIG GAME.
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CANADA CLINCHES BERTH
IN WORLD CUP FINAL
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