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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.
ESSO: SUD 2-RDC 1 Post-Game (Gold Medal)
Apr 26, 2015
Two goals in the first period from Shell were all the Lady Wolves needed to beat the Chiefs and win the 2015 Esso Cup.
ESSO: SAS 5-CPC 1 Post-Game (Bronze Medal)
Apr 26, 2015
Elia’s three-point game and Fetch’s 27-save performance led the way for Saskatoon, as the Stars captured the bronze medal at the 2015 Esso Cup.
TELUS: Award winners announced; Sillinger named MVP
Apr 25, 2015
Regina Pat Canadians captain Owen Sillinger was the big winner at the 2015 TELUS Cup awards banquet on Friday night at the Hotel Universel, taking home tournament MVP, Top Forward and Top Scorer honours.
ESSO: RDC 2-SAS 1 (SO) Post-Game (Semifinal)
Apr 25, 2015
Mairead Bast’s second shootout winner in as many nights sent the Chiefs to the gold medal game, the first host team to play for gold.
ESSO: SUD 3-CPC 0 Post-Game (Semifinal)
Apr 25, 2015
Ranger stopped 23 shots as Sudbury shut out Central Plains to advance to the gold medal game.
ESSO: 2015 Esso Cup banquet
Apr 24, 2015
A recap of the sights and sounds of the 2015 Esso Cup Breakfast Awards Banquet, where five players were recognized for their outstanding play during the week and Mallory Deluce was honoured with this year’s Isobel Gathorne-Hardy Award.