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Legends come together to celebrate Bill Hay
Nov 10, 2015
The 2015 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee was feted by Hockey Canada in Calgary.
NU18: ON-B 4–BC 3 Post-Game (Bronze Medal)
Nov 09, 2015
Ontario Blue got goals from four different players to take a three-goal lead, then hung on to beat B.C. for the bronze medal.
NU18: ON-R 2-MAN 1 (OT) Post-Game (Gold Medal)
Nov 09, 2015
Agnew scored 18:10 into overtime, giving Ontario Red the gold medal at the 2015 National Women’s Under-18 Championship.
NU18: ON-R 3–BC 0 (Semifinal)
Nov 08, 2015
Maria Dominico, Kristin O’Neill and Anonda Hoppner had the goals and Stephanie Neatby made 21 saves for the shutout.
NU18: MAN 3–ON-B 1 Post-Game (Semifinal)
Nov 08, 2015
Sheridan Oswald’s goal with 2:26 left in regulation proved to be the game-winner, sending Manitoba to the gold medal game.
WU17: CANR 6-RUS 2 Post-Game (Gold Medal)
Nov 08, 2015
Reaction from Canada White’s win over Russia in the U17 gold medal game.
WU17: SWE 3-CANR 0 Post-Game (Bronze Medal)
Nov 08, 2015
Reaction from Sweden’s win over Canada Red in the U17 bronze medal game.
WU17: Two communities, one passion
Nov 07, 2015
Dawson Creek and Fort St. John have opened their communities for the 2015 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
NU18: Carrying on in his name and number
Nov 07, 2015
Hockey gave Sarah Lecavalier a best friend in Markus Lavallee. With him now gone, Lecavalier now plays the game in his honour.
NU18: The student is now the teacher
Nov 06, 2015
A two-time gold medalist as a player, Jamie Lee Rattray returns to U18 nationals as video coach for Ontario Red.
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.