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WU17: The brothers Strome
Nov 05, 2015
For the third time in six years, a Strome is representing Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
WU17: Like mother, like son
Nov 04, 2015
Dylan St. Cyr is arguably the most successful offspring of a Team Canada alumna, albeit for a different country.
WU17: #CANRed – My favourite superhero
Nov 03, 2015
It doesn’t matter how old you are, everybody has a favourite superhero.
WU17: #CANRed – Getting into the game
Nov 03, 2015
Just like so many Canadians from coast to coast to coast, Canada Red has plenty of stories about they first got started in Canada’s game.
WU17: #CANWhite – Influences behind the bench
Nov 03, 2015
They are the ones who make minor hockey happen in Canada – the coaches.
WU17: #CANWhite – The keys to survival?
Nov 02, 2015
Water? Yup. Food? For sure. A boat? Why not. But what about a genie, a cell phone, a couch and a hockey stick?
WU17: #CANBlack – Learning to skate
Nov 01, 2015
From the backyard rink to the local arena, from inline to power skating, members of Canada Black took their first steps in very different ways.
WU17: #CANBlack – Who’s coming to dinner?
Nov 01, 2015
Wayne Gretzky. Abraham Lincoln. Carrie Underwood. Batman. Captain America.
NU18: Poulin says U18 nationals is place to be
Oct 23, 2015
Before she was a two-time Olympic gold medallist, Marie-Philip Poulin competed at three National Women’s Under-18 Championships.
NU18: Spooner invites you to Huntsville
Oct 23, 2015
Before she was an Olympic champion Natalie Spooner twice won gold at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
Getting women into the game with Esso Fun Days
Oct 09, 2015
It’s fun, and it’s free – Esso Fun Days introduce first-time participants of every age to the female game.
WGHW: Join Bailey for the Long Game!
Oct 07, 2015
The nation’s longest women’s hockey game is on the ice Oct. 10 – follow along on Twitter (@HC_Women).