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RBC: Award winners announced
May 16, 2015
Brad Bowles was the big winner, taking home three awards, including MVP.
 
RBC: Jost caps busy year with Hockey Canada history
May 14, 2015
A trip to Canada’s National Junior A Championship has made Penticton Vees forward Tyson Jost the first player to participate in the TELUS Cup, World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, World Junior A Challenge and RBC Cup.
 
Gatorade gives back to the game
May 14, 2015
Minor hockey representatives from across the country gathered in Calgary for the Gatorade High Performance Hockey Summit, where experts on training, nutrition and hydration talked about the game’s off-ice evolution.
RBC: Home is where the heart is for Waldvogel
May 12, 2015
Born and raised in Portage la Prairie, and as a Terriers fan, Zack Waldvogel has a chance to finish his Junior A career by bringing the team, the city and its fans a second National Junior A Championship.
 
RBC: Carleton Place gets all the way back
May 10, 2015
Two minutes and 40 seconds. That’s how close the Carleton Place Canadians were to winning the RBC Cup last spring. Now they’re back, with 10 players earning a second chance at national glory.
 
RBC: The road ends here
May 09, 2015
After 3,602 regular season games and 504 playoff contests in 10 leagues from coast to coast, 129 teams have become five on the Road to the 2015 RBC Cup in Portage la Prairie, Man.
NMT: Canada’s history at the world championship
Apr 30, 2015
From the Winnipeg Falcons in 1920 to Rick Nash’s individual effort in 2007, and the other 22 gold medals in between.
 
SHWC: Cederstrand’s long road to Team Canada
Apr 30, 2015
A former WHLer and aspiring firefighter, a construction accident in September 2005 took Chris Cederstrand’s leg and changed his life.
 
TELUS: TOR 6-CHA 2 Post-Game (Gold Medal)
Apr 27, 2015
Ryan Bonsteel scored two of the Young Nationals’ four first-period goals, Dalton Ewing made 35 saves and Toronto won its first national championship, lifting the TELUS Cup with a victory over the Grenadiers.
TELUS: REG 6-STR 3 Post-Game (Bronze Medal)
Apr 26, 2015
Arthur Miller led the way with two goals and an assist, Owen Sillinger added a goal and a helper and the Pat Canadians took a big lead early to beat the Bisons and take home the bronze medal.
 
TELUS: TOR 3-REG 1 Post-Game (Semifinal)
Apr 26, 2015
Nolan Regan a inscrit le but de la victoire à la septième minute de la troisième période et les Young Nationals ont confirmé leur place au match pour la médaille d’or dimanche en infligeant un premier revers aux Pat Canadians.
 
TELUS: CHA 7-STR 1 Post-Game (Semifinal)
Apr 26, 2015
William Leblanc had two goals, Maxime Comtois added a goal and two assists and the Grenadiers scored the game’s final seven goals to return to the gold medal game for the second consecutive year.
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