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Sixteen Canadian Officials Approved for IIHF Events During 2006-2007 Season
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October 26, 2006
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CALGARY, AB – Sixteen Canadian officials have been approved by the International Ice Hockey Federation to work at eight different IIHF world championships during the 2006-2007 season. All sixteen officials are products of the Hockey Canada Officiating Program.

Hockey Canada recommended a number of candidates to the IIHF this past summer, and at the IIHF Semi-Annual Congress in Athens, Greece earlier this month the IIHF approved a number of nominations, including sixteen Canadians.

CANADIAN OFFICIALS ASSIGNED TO IIHF EVENTS IN 2006-2007

Referees (hometown)

HCOP

IIHF Event

Location

Chantal Champagne (Calgary, AB)

Level VI

World Women’s Hockey Championship

Manitoba, Canada

Francis Charron
(Gatineau, QC)

Level VI

World Junior Hockey Championship

Leksand/Mora, Sweden

France Lapratte
(Ottawa, ON)

Level VI

World Women’s Hockey Ch., Div. I

Nikko, Japan

Guy Pellerin
(Dieppe, NB)

Level VI

World Hockey Championship

Moscow, Russia

Janet Reddy
(Truro, NS)

Level VI

World Women’s Hockey Ch., Div. II

Pyongyang, DPR Korea

Kyle Rehman
(Calgary, AB)

Level VI

World Under-18 Hockey Championship

Tampere/Rauma, Finland

Sean Reid
(London, ON)

Level VI

World Hockey Championship, Div. II, Gr. B

Seoul, Korea

Pat Smith
(Vancouver, BC)

Level VI

World Under-18 Hockey Ch., Div. II, Gr. B

Miercurea Ciuc, Romania

Linesmen
(hometown)

HCOP

IIHF Event

Location

Kelly Balaberda
(Regina, SK)

Level IV

World Junior Hockey Championship

Leksand/Mora, Sweden

Denise Caughey
(Halifax, NS)

Level IV

World Women’s Hockey Ch., Div. II

Pyongyang, DPR Korea

Chris De Haan (Abbotsford, BC)

Level VI

World Hockey Championship, Div. I, Gr. A

Qiqihar, China

Ryan Lachine
(Tecumseh, ON)

Level IV

World Under-18 Hockey Championship

Tampere/Rauma, Finland

Jeff  Jobson
(Balzac, AB)

Level IV

World Hockey Championship, Div. II, Gr.B

Seoul, Korea

Sylvain Losier
(Greenfield Park, QC)

Level IV

World Hockey Championship

Moscow, Russia

Kim Robichaud
(Laval, QC)

Level IV

World Women’s Hockey Championship

Manitoba, Canada

Kerri Rumble
(King City, ON)

Level IV

World Women’s Hockey Championship

Manitoba, Canada

Dr. Maurice Roy, Hockey Canada’s referee-in-chief, will be the supervisor for the World Under-18 Hockey Championship, while Jaquie Palm (World Women’s Hockey Championship) and Kevin Muench (World Junior Hockey Championship, Div. I, Group B) will attend as supervisors-in-training.

The Hockey Canada Officiating Program (HCOP) is for anyone interested in officiating the game of hockey, from beginners to seasoned veterans. There are six levels in the HCOP, from those looking to get started, to the top tier of officials.


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Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557
abrin@hockeycanada.ca

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Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
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Hockey Canada
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Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
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