Established in 2009, the Esso Cup annually brings together five regional champions from every corner of the country, as well as a host team, to compete for Canada's National Female Midget Championship.
Since 1974, the best minor hockey teams in the country have gathered to compete for Canada's National Midget Championship; TELUS Cup alumni includes names like Crosby, Roy and Yzerman.
The Road to the RBC Cup includes 128 teams in 10 CJHL leagues - from Port Alberni, B.C., to Flin Flon, Man., to Summerside, P.E.I. - playing for the chance to win Canada's National Junior A Championship.
Created in 2006 to showcase the talent in Canada’s 10 Junior A leagues, the World Junior A Challenge includes two Canadian teams - East and West - joined by four international entries to compete for gold.
The first step in Hockey Canada's Program of Excellence, the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge includes three Canadian teams and five international entries in a showcase of the future stars of the game.
Before they hit the ice for Team Canada, the future of women’s hockey debuts on the national stage at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship, playing for a gold medal and national bragging rights.
Held every four years, the Canada Winter Games are a showcase of the best men's under-16 players in the country, representing their home province; alumni include names like Crosby, Gainey and Stamkos.
Replacing the National Women's Under-18 Championship every four years, the Canada Winter Games highlights the future of the women's game in a province vs. province showdown for a gold medal.
The World Sport School Challenge was developed in line with Hockey Canada’s commitment to foster its growing relationship with sport schools and give students the chance to play at a higher level.
The Female World Sport School Challenge was developed in line with Hockey Canada’s commitment to foster its growing relationship with sport schools and give students the chance to play at a higher level.
Canada’s best Senior teams compete every year for the Allan Cup. In its 106 years of existence, teams from every province, as well as the Yukon and the U.S., have claimed Canada's National Senior Championship.
From 1982 to 2008, the top players in Canada - including legends of the game, names like Heaney, Goyette and Wickenheiser - met to play for the Abby Hoffman Cup, symbolic of national women’s hockey supremacy.
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2016 NWU18C - BC 5 – ON-B 3 (Bronze)
Allan had a pair of goals as B.C. won its second U18 nationals medal.
2016 NWU18C - ON-R 4 – QUE 1 (Gold)
Ontario Red won its 10th gold medal all time at the U18 nationals.
2016 NWU18C - ALB 6, SSK 4 (5th Place)
Greig scored the game-winner to secure fifth place for Alberta.
2016 NWU18C: MAN 6 – ATL 1 (7th Place)
Wabick scored four times and Manitoba clinched seventh place.
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