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WSHC: CAN-KOR Bronze Medal Highlights
Feb 07, 2015
Tyler McGregor had two goals and an assist, Chris Cederstrand and Kevin Sorley recorded their first international points and Canada used a three-goal second period to beat Korea and win bronze.
 
WSHC: Gone too soon
Feb 07, 2015
On January 18, the City of Leduc lost a true leader with the sudden passing of Gary Tremblay, a husband, father and dedicated volunteer who gave countless hours to the sports community.
 
WSHC: RUS-CAN Semifinal Highlights
Feb 06, 2015
Sergey Panfilov scored both goals, including the game-winner with just 52.9 seconds to go, helping the Russians reach the gold medal game for the first time in tournament history.
WSHC: Hervé comes home
Feb 06, 2015
A 19-year veteran of Canada’s National Sledge Team, Hervé Lord is back at the highest level of the game, taking his place behind the bench as one of three new Team Canada coaches.
 
WSHC: USA-KOR Semifinal Highlights
Feb 06, 2015
Dan McCoy set a tournament record with five points in the third period, and the Americans scored seven times in the final 15 minutes to win 8-0 and advance to Saturday’s final.
 
WSHC: CAN-KOR Highlights
Feb 02, 2015
Bowden had four points, McGregor, Dixon and Westlake had three each, and Canada blanked the Koreans.
NST: Team Crosby vs. Team Giroux
Jan 22, 2015
Check out highlights from the sledge hockey game featuring Cruisers Sports and a handful of NHL stars.
 
HCF: From the grassroots to the Olympics
Jan 16, 2015
Through its numerous fundraising efforts, the Hockey Canada Foundation ensures Canada’s game remains strong.
 
NST: Hockey is hockey
Jan 09, 2015
Crosby, Giroux, Couture and a few other NHL stars joined the Mississauga Cruisers for a lesson in sledge hockey.
HCF: A lasting legacy in Toronto
Jan 04, 2015
The Hockey Canada Foundation and MLSE Foundation have come together to revitalize Toronto's Regent Park.
 
NWT: Women’s worlds coming to B.C.
Nov 13, 2014
Having successfully hosted the 2014 4 Nations Cup, Kamloops, B.C., will welcome the world in 2016.
 
2016 women’s worlds logo revealed
Nov 10, 2014
The logo symbolizes the speed and skill fans will see at the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship.
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