Since 1990, Canada's National Women's Team has found unparalleled success on the international stage, including 10 gold medals at the IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship, and four Olympic gold.
Founded in 1963 by Father David Bauer, Canada’s National Men’s Team was a full-time program from 1963-68 and 1983-2000, giving Canada a constant presence at major international events around the world.
The final step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence, Canada's National Junior Team has found record-setting at the IIHF World Junior Championship since the first year of the POE in 1982, winning 16 gold medals.
From Paul Henderson to Shane Doan, from 1972 to 2004, from the Summit Series to the World Cup, Canada has often been on top of the best-on-best tournaments that have dotted the history of international hockey.
The second step in Hockey Canada's Program of Excellence, Canada's National Men's Under-18 Team participates in the U18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup, and the IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship.
The first step in Hockey Canada’s women’s high performance program, Canada's National Women’s Under-18 Team competes annually in a summer series against the U.S., and at the IIHF U18 Women's World Championship.
The second step in Hockey Canada’s women’s high performance program, Canada's National Women’s Development Team competes annually in a summer series against the U.S., and at an international event in January.
Since coming fully under the Hockey Canada umbrella in 2004, Canada’s National Sledge Team has won gold at the Paralympics, IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship and World Sledge Hockey Challenge.
Each season, Canada's National Sledge Team welcomes three top sledge hockey nations for a tournament that is quickly becoming one of the most prestigious and anticipated on the international sledge hockey calendar.
Canada dominated the early years of Olympic hockey, winning gold at six of the first seven Games between 1920 and 1952, and has won three of the last four, including home-ice gold in Vancouver, B.C., in 2010.
After settling for silver when women's hockey made its debut at the Olympics in 1998, Canada has yet to taste defeat again at the Games, winning four consecutive gold medals in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014.
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2016 WSHC: NOR 2 – KOR 1 (Bronze)
Bøgle and Værnes scored and Norway took the bronze medal.
2016 WSHC: USA 5, CAN 2 (Gold)
A five-goal second carried the U.S. to victory in the gold medal game.
2016 WSHC: USA 8 – KOR 1 (Semifinal)
Twelve different players chipped in with points for the U.S.
2016 WSHC: CAN 6 – NOR 0 (Semifinal)
Westlake, Delaney and Sholomicki scored in Canada’s opening win.
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