Hockey Canada Network |
News
Medalists Aplenty in Stanley Cup Final
GN.023.07
|
May 28, 2007
|
|

When the 2007 Stanley Cup Final kicks off Monday night in Anaheim, 14 players who have won medals with Canada in international play will take to the ice looking to add a Stanley Cup to their trophy collection.

Thirty-six international medals have been won between members of the Anaheim Ducks and Ottawa Senators, including 23 gold medals, nine silver medals and four bronze medals.

World Hockey Championship gold medals, World Junior Hockey Championship gold medals, World Cups and Olympic Winter Games gold medals are all represented in this year’s final.

ANAHEIM DUCKS – 12 GOLD, 3 SILVER

Ryan Getzlaf (Regina, SK) – 2004 World Junior Championship – SILVER

2005 World Junior Championship – GOLD

Brad May (Toronto, ON) – 1991 World Junior Championship – GOLD

1996 World Championship – SILVER

Rob Niedermayer (Cranbrook, BC) – 1993 World Junior Championship – GOLD

2004 World Championship – GOLD

Scott Niedermayer (Cranbrook, BC) – 1991 World Junior Championship – GOLD

2004 World Championship – GOLD

1996 World Cup – SILVER

2004 World Cup – GOLD

2002 Olympics – GOLD

Corey Perry (Peterborough, ON) – 2005 World Junior Championship – GOLD

Chris Pronger (Dryden, ON) – 1993 World Junior Championship – GOLD

1997 World Championship – GOLD

2002 Olympics – GOLD

NOTE: Andy McDonald (2002 World Championship), J.S. Giguere (2001, World Championship, 2002 World Championship) and Sean O’Donnell (1999 World Championship) have also competed internationally for Canada.

OTTAWA SENATORS – 11 GOLD, 6 SILVER, 4 BRONZE

Mike Comrie (Edmonton, AB) – 2003 World Championship – GOLD

Mike Fisher (Peterborough, ON) – 2005 World Championship – SILVER

Dany Heatley (Calgary, AB) – 2000 World Junior Championship – BRONZE

2001 World Junior Championship – BRONZE

2003 World Championship – GOLD

2004 World Championship – GOLD

2005 World Championship – SILVER

2004 World Cup – GOLD

Dean McAmmond (Grand Cache, AB) – 1993 World Junior Championship – GOLD

1996 World Championship – SILVER

Chris Phillips (Calgary, AB) – 1996 World Junior Championship – GOLD

1997 World Junior Championship – GOLD

2005 World Championship – SILVER

Wade Redden (Lloydminster, SK) – 1995 World Junior Championship – GOLD

1996 World Junior Championship – GOLD

2005 World Championship – SILVER

2004 World Cup – GOLD

Peter Schaefer (Yellow Grass, SK) – 1997 World Junior Championship – GOLD

Jason Spezza (Mississauga, ON) – 2000 World Junior Championship – BRONZE

2001 World Junior Championship – BRONZE

2002 World Junior Championship – SILVER


For more information:

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

Francis Dupont
Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
fdupont@hockeycanada.ca

Jason LaRose
Manager, Content Services
Hockey Canada
403-777-4553
jlarose@hockeycanada.ca

Kristen Lipscombe
Coordinator, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
klipscombe@hockeycanada.ca

Keegan Goodrich
Coordinator, Media
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
kgoodrich@hockeycanada.ca

facebook.com/hockeycanada

twitter.com/hockeycanada

youtube.com/hockeycanadavideos

Videos
Photos
2014 WU18C: CAN 5 - GER 2
Apr 19, 2014
Ryan Gropp scored with 5:36 to go to help Canada to its second win.
2014 WU18C: CAN 3 - SWE 1
Apr 17, 2014
Virtanen scored twice to lead Canada to the tournament-opening win.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 5 – USA 1
Mar 30, 2014
U18 women win gold.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 1 – RUS 0 (OT)
Mar 29, 2014
Canada edges Russia in overtime.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 5 – CZE 0
Mar 26, 2014
Canadians shut out Czechs.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 7 – FIN 0
Mar 24, 2014
U18 women blank Finland.
2014 WWU18C: CAN 7 – JPN 1
Mar 23, 2014
Canada starts Worlds with win
2014 PARA: CAN 3 – NOR 0 (Bronze)
Mar 15, 2014
Billy Bridges scored a pair of goals to lead Canada to a Paralympic bronze.
2014 PARA: USA 3 – CAN 0 (Semifinal)
Mar 13, 2014
Corbin Watson made seven saves, but Canada will play for Paralympic bronze.
2014 PARA: CAN 1 – CZE 0 (Preliminary)
Mar 11, 2014
Westlake scored the lone goal to help Canada to a perfect preliminary round.
2014 PARA: CAN 4 – NOR 0 (Preliminary)
Mar 09, 2014
Adam Dixon scored twice to lead Canada to its second straight win in Sochi.
2010 OLYW: Flag Raising
Feb 10, 2010
Canada's National Women's Team taking part in the Flag Raising ceremony at the Olympic Village in Vancouver, B.C.
Schedule
Close
Credit  
Close
Photo Credit: