News - Team Canada
National Men's Under-18 Team
Canada finished the IIHF U18 World Championship with a loss to the U.S. in the bronze medal game.
Tyson Jost and Brett Howden had five points each to lead Canada into the semis in Grand Forks.
Seven players who won summer gold will lead Canada in Grand Forks.
Eight who won Hlinka gold are among the 23 named ahead of U18 worlds.
Clouston will be head coach, joined by assistants Lajoie and Skalde.
The U18 team beat Sweden 7-3 in the final to win an eighth consecutive gold.
U18.001.12:   August 10, 2012
U18.003.12:   April 13, 2012
U18.006.08:   August 15, 2008
U18.007.08:   August 15, 2008
U18.004.08:   August 8, 2008
GN.026.08:   June 21, 2008
GN.054.07:   August 9, 2007
U18.003.07:   April 9, 2007
U18.001.06:   August 8, 2006
2016 TELUS Cup - LSL 6 – LLO 2 (Bronze)
The Lions scored five times in the second period to win the bronze.
2016 MWU18C - USA 10 – CAN 3 (Bronze)
Bitten, Hall and Tippett scored, but Canada settled for fourth place.
2016 TELUS Cup - NYR 4 – SNB 1 (Gold)
Aidan Casey scored two to help the Rangers win their first TELUS Cup.
2016 TELUS Cup - NYR 5 – LLO 3 (Semifinal)
Calverley scored twice, and the Rangers advanced to play for gold.