News - Team Canada
World Cup
The North America roster includes six WJC gold medals, an MVP and six all-star team selections.
The 16 alumni named to Team Canada have combined to win 13 gold medals at the World Juniors.
Three Olympic gold medallists are among the final seven players added to Canada’s World Cup roster.
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.
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2016 U17: Summer development camp
111 players from every corner of the country converged on Calgary for Canada’s national under-17 development camp, which included a series of intrasquad games on the ice, and presentations on everything from nutrition and sleep, to physical and mental performance, and media relations and social media off of it.
HCF: Hockey comes to Halifax for gala and golf
13th annual Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf,
Coming together for Congress
Hockey leaders from across the country gathered in Moncton, N.B., for Hockey Canada’s Spring Congress
2016 RBC Cup - WKW 4 – LLO 0 (Championship)
Greenfield made 48 saves to lead the Warriors to the RBC Cup title.