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Allan Cup
The Prairie Thunder blanked Bentley 2-0 to win its second national championship.
The Bentley Generals and South East Prairie Thunder will meet Saturday in Clarenville.
Canada Winter Games (Female)
Audrey Belzile scored in OT to give Quebec its first-ever Canada Winter Games gold.
Quebec and Ontario will meet for the gold medal at the CN Centre in Prince George, B.C.
Canada Winter Games (Male)
Ontario beat Alberta 3-1 to win its fifth gold all-time at the Canada Winter Games.
Alberta and Ontario will face off for the gold medal at the CN Centre in Prince George, B.C.
Esso Cup
The Lady Wolves beat Red Deer 2-1 to win their first national championship.
Sudbury and Red Deer will meet for the national title Saturday in Red Deer, Alta.
Esso Women's Nationals
First-Ever National Women's Midget Championship to be Held in Calgary, AB
Female World Sport School Challenge
St. Mary’s Academy will once again host the Female World Sport School Challenge.
Edge School for Athletes wins first-ever gold at FWSSC defeating Okanagan Hockey Academy.
National Women's U18 Championship
Alberta and B.C. will open the tournament Nov. 4 at the Canada Summit Centre.
The Canada Summit Centre will welcome Canada’s best young players in 2015.
The host Terriers beat Carleton Place 5-2 to win their second national championship.
The Terriers enter the final with 73 wins in 83 regular season and playoff games.
The qplex and Saint John Vito’s will welcome Canada’s National Midget Championship.
The Young Nationals beat Châteauguay to win their first-ever national championship.
World Junior A Challenge
The U.S. topped Denmark 3-2 in overtime to win its sixth gold medal in seven years.
The Danes and Americans will meet Saturday afternoon in Kindersley, Sask.
World Sport School Challenge (Male)
Shattuck-St. Mary's School Wins Prep Division Gold Medal at 2013 World Sport School Challenge; Okanagan Hockey Academy Claims Varsity Division Gold
Shattuck-St. Mary's School and Czech Republic to Meet in Prep Division Gold Medal Game at 2013 World Sport School Challenge; Okanagan Hockey Academy and Rothesay Netherwood School to Play for Varsity Division Gold
World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
79 of 211 players selected at the 2015 NHL draft were Canadian-born.
Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C., will host the 2015 World U17 Hockey Challenge.
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