Team Canada Returns Home From Men's World Championship After Fourth Place Finish
May 14, 2000

ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - Team Canada players and staff will be flying home from the 2000 Men's World Hockey Championship on Monday, May 15, 2000 following their fourth place finish. Canada lost 2-1 in the bronze medal game against Finland Sunday afteroon.

Listed below is the flight arrival schedule for airports in Canada on MONDAY, MAY 15, 2000 for Team Canada players and staff . Most players will be available for interviews upon their arrival in Canada, with the exception of the timing of connecting flights. Players and staff not listed below, are either traveling directly from Europe to the USA, or are staying in Europe for vacation.


Yannick Tremblay AC 8714 Quebec City 13:45

Curtis Brown AC 873 Toronto 15:15
Todd Bertuzzi AC9105 Toronto 19:20
Mike Johnson AC9105 Toronto 19:20
Ed Jovanovski AC9105 Toronto 19:20

Fred Brathwaite, Adrian Aucoin, Butch Goring, Dean McAmmond, Robyn
Regehr, Tom Renney, Steve Sullivan, Jose Theodore and Brad Isbister will
all be arriving in Toronto at 19:20 on AC9105 as well, but will be
boarding connecting flights shortly after their arrival in Toronto.

Chris Phillips AC 468 Ottawa 22:30
Patrick Traverse AC 468 Ottawa 22:30
Fred Brathwaite AC 468 Ottawa 22:30
Adrian Aucoin AC 468 Ottawa 22:30

Jose Theodore AC 488 Montreal 23:10

Robyn Regehr AC 141 Calgary 23:38
Tom Renney AC 141 Calgary 23:38
Brad Isbister AC 141 Calgary 23:38

Peter Schaefer CP 91 Vancouver 18:36

Steve Sullivan AC 1333 Timmins, ON 22:55

For more information on the 2000 Men's World Hockey Championship and the Canadian Hockey Association, visit

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)


Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


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