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NWT: Next generation leads Canada at women’s worlds
Apr 03, 2015
Canada’s National Women’s Team has never been younger at the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship; led by 10 players making their world championship debut, youth is being served in Malmö.
 
NWT: Patience is a virtue for Team Canada goaltender
Mar 31, 2015
After biding her time behind Shannon Szabados and Charline Labonté through two world championships and an Olympics, Geneviève Lacasse is finally getting her Team Canada moment in Malmö.
 
NWT: Go behind the scenes with Jamie Lee Rattray
Mar 27, 2015
Ever wonder what being a part of Team Canada looks like as it prepares for the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship? Spend a morning with Jamie Lee Rattray, and find out!
POE: Coaching staffs named for NJT and summer U18
Mar 23, 2015
Hockey Canada unveiled coaching staffs for Canada’s National Junior Team and Canada’s National Men’s Summer U18 Team, with Dave Lowry and Kelly McCrimmon leading the respective teams.
 
U18WWC: See the world’s best in Niagara
Mar 06, 2015
The future of women’s hockey will be on the ice next winter at the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship. Will you be there when the puck drops Jan. 3 in St. Catharines?
 
U18WWC: Watch the future of women’s hockey
Mar 06, 2015
Did you know seven players who won Olympic gold in Sochi – including Natalie Spooner – got their international start at the IIHF Ice Hockey U18 Women’s World Championship.
WSHC: Disappointments help with building Block
Feb 20, 2015
Kieran Block is no stranger to setbacks; he wasn’t classified for the 2013 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship, and was cut ahead of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. Now Block is back with Canada’s Nat
 
Golden memories for junior team alumni
Feb 13, 2015
Members of Canada’s gold medal-winning teams from the 1993 and 1994 IIHF World Junior Championships reunited during the World Juniors in Toronto to celebrate, and be celebrated.
 
WSHC: USA-RUS Gold Medal Highlights
Feb 08, 2015
Josh Pauls needed just 19 seconds of overtime to score the game-winning goal, giving the Americans a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the Russians and their third WSHC gold medal.
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.
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