News - Team Canada
World Cup
The North America roster includes five WJC gold medals, an MVP and three all-stars.
The 11 alumni named to Team Canada have combined to win 13 gold at the world juniors.
The group includes 19 Olympic gold medals and 15 Stanley Cup championships.
Mike Babcock will lead Canada as head coach, joined by a veteran group of assistants.
Doug Armstrong will lead the Team Canada management group as general manager.
Hockey Canada's Development and High Performance Programs Work
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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.
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