Mathew Barzal, Thomas Chabot and Tyler Benson scored in a seven-minute span in the second period, and Canada edged Finland to take first place in Group B at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship.
U18: Tyler Benson CAN-FIN Post-Game (TSN)
Apr 22, 2015
The Team Canada forward discusses what would be the GWG in the second period, what changed for the team after a slow first period, and sheds light on how the tournament has been a learning experience.
U18: CAN 3, CZE 2 Highlights (TSN)
Apr 22, 2015
Zach Sawchenko stopped 43 of the 45 shots he faced and Anthony Beauvillier scored twice, including the game-winning goal, to help Canada edge the Czechs at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship.
TELUS: Herauf chases second gold at TELUS Cup
Apr 21, 2015
He won Canada’s National Midget Championship as a 16-year-old with Regina in 1999. Now Brad Herauf is back, this time as head coach of the Pat Canadians, to try and end a 16-year drought.
ESSO: Esso Cup a family affair for Bast
Apr 21, 2015
Two years ago Mairead Bast watched her older brother, Gabe, win the 2013 TELUS Cup. Now the Red Deer Chiefs defenceman is ready for her run at a national championship, with dad Tom right behind her on the bench.
The long road to a national championship
Apr 20, 2015
Every spring, Hockey Canada crowns four national champions; the Allan Cup, Esso Cup, TELUS Cup and RBC Cup signify the pinnacle of female Midget, Midget, senior and Junior A hockey across the country.
U18: CAN 4, SUI 1 Highlights (TSN)
Apr 19, 2015
Barzal had two goals and Canada finished with three on the power play to beat the host Swiss at U18 worlds.
U18: CAN 11, LAT 6 Highlights (TSN)
Apr 18, 2015
Jérémy Roy had a hat trick and Canada scored six in the second period to open U18 worlds with a victory.
Hockey’s other team: the importance of the volunteer
Apr 16, 2015
Where would the game be without volunteers? From coast to coast to coast, on the ice and off, hundreds of thousands tirelessly give their time to make sure Canadians of all ages can live their hockey dreams.
ESSO: Welcome to Red Deer … the Road to Esso ends here
Apr 09, 2015
This year’s Road to the Esso Cup included 100 teams from Vancouver Island to Labrador. Only six will be in Red Deer, Alta., with a chance to win Canada’s National Female Midget Championship. Are you ready?
NWT: Next generation leads Canada at women’s worlds
Apr 03, 2015
Canada’s National Women’s Team has never been younger at the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship; led by 10 players making their world championship debut, youth is being served in Malmö.
RBC: From 129 to 1, follow the long road to the RBC Cup
Apr 02, 2015
Is there a harder trophy to win in hockey? Through league playoffs, regional tournaments and Canada’s National Junior A Championship, only one team (out of 129) can hoist the RBC Cup.