TURRIS TALLIES TWICE IN GAME EIGHT AS CANADA WRAPS UP SUPER SERIES WITH 6-1 WIN

It didn't have the last-minute drama of Paul Henderson's winner in Game 8 of the 1972 Summit Series, but Game 8 of the 2007 Canada/Russia Super Series sent fans home happy from Vancouver's GM Place. » more

CANADA COMPLETES SUPER SERIES WITH UNDEFEATED RECORD

VANCOUVER – Canada officially won the series when it defeated Russia 8-1 on September 4th in Winnipeg. Canada will be the three-time defending champion at the 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship in December and January in the Czech Republic. RETURN FLIGHT INFORMATION
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SUPER SERIES | GAME 8 | FINAL | CANADA 6 - RUSSIA 1

SUPER SERIES | GAME 7
CANADA 4 - RUSSIA 4

Russia battles Canada to 4-4 draw
It was a nail biter, but Canada remained unbeaten in the Canada-Russia Super Series. » summary

 

TEAM CANADA TO WEAR 1972-STYLE JERSEYS FOR GAME 5 OF SUPER SERIES IN WINNIPEG; eBAY AUCTION OF JERSEYS AND HELMETS BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2nd

CALGARY – In tribute to Team Canada 1972, Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, has announced that the National Junior Team will wear 1972-style jerseys on September 4th, during Game 5 of the Canada/Russia Super Series in Winnipeg. It will mark the first time that the jerseys have been worn by any of Canada’s national teams since 1972. » more

 

SUPER SERIES | GAME 6
CANADA 4 - RUSSIA 1

It wasn’t as convincing as the previous five wins, but Canada is six-for-six in the Canada/Russia Super Series. » summary

 

MAJOR JUNIOR HOCKEY EXPLODES ACROSS CANADA

Think back to the early 1980s on Vancouver Island. The Victoria Cougars were a powerhouse, winning a Western Hockey League championship in 1981 and packing Memorial Arena. » more

 

SUPER SERIES | GAME 5
CANADA 8 - RUSSIA 1

Russia was no match for Canada through the first four games of the Canada/Russia Super Series, and that proved to be the case once again Tuesday night in Game 5. » summary

 

SUPER SERIES MEDIA GUIDE

Team Canada Player Profiles
Stats / Championship Information
Staff Profiles / Hockey Canada Info
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HEADING HOME - CANADA’S JOURNEY BACK HOME FROM RUSSIA

From hotel room to hotel room, Team Canada spent almost 30 hours on the road to get to Toronto from Omsk. » more

 

CANADA SWEEPS RUSSIAN GAMES WITH 4-2 GAME 4 VICTORY

Canada put the cap on a perfect Russian leg of the tour on Saturday morning, scoring a 4-2 win. » more

 

SUPER SERIES | GAME 3
CANADA 6 - RUSSIA 2

Canada was dominant againt, as they jump out to a 3-0 lead in the Super Series. The Canadians punished Russia 6-2 in Omsk Friday morning. » more

 

A LOOK BACK … IIHF WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS IN CANADA

With the Canada/Russia Super Series moving to Canada for the final four games, starting Tuesday night in Winnipeg, hockeycanada.ca takes a look back » more

 

GOING FOR GOLD:
WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY CARDS

In The Game is proud to announce the release of our Going For Gold - World Junior Championships boxed set.
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CANADA/RUSSIA SUPER SERIES
BY THE NUMBERS

A closer look inside the Canadian roster and host cities for the Canada/Russia Super Series » more

 

CANADA TAKES 2-0 LEAD IN SUPER SERIES WITH SHUTOUT WIN

Team Canada knew they would have the size advantage, and the physical play advantage, going into the Canada/Russia Super Series, but it was their skill that carried them to a 3-0 victory in Game 2 on Wednesday.
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A CLOSER LOOK: UFA AND OMSK

Locating Moscow or St. Petersburg on the map might not pose too much of a challenge for the average Canadian hockey fan » more

HELLO OMSK ! Travel is a big part of the Super Series for both teams. » more

 

CANADA OPENS SUPER SERIES
WITH 4-2 COMEBACK WIN

The Canada/Russia Super Series was created to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the 1972 Summit Series, the eight-game series that started the Canada-Russia hockey rivalry that still exists today. » more

 

WHAT’S THE BEST CANADA-RUSSIA GAME OF ALL-TIME?

It’s been 53 years since Canada and the Soviet Union first met in an international competition – at the 1954 IIHF World Championship in Stockholm, Sweden. » more

 

CANADA HITS THE ROAD » more

 

PREP TIME COMES TO AN END » more

 

TEAM CANADA NAMES CAPTAIN AND ALTERNATE CAPTAINS FOR CANADA/ RUSSIA SUPER SERIES

Brent Sutter and his coaching staff announced on Saturday that Milan Lucic (Vancouver, BC/ Vancouver, WHL) will be Canada’s captain » more

 

SUPER SERIES TEAMS
START TO TAKE SHAPE

MOSCOW, Russia – Canada had two spirited workouts on Thursday, as head coach Brent Sutter prepares the team for a grueling eight-game series. » more

TEAM CANADA AIMS
TO MAKE ITS OWN HISTORY
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RUSSIA RELEASES LIST OF POTENTIAL SUPER SERIES PARTICIPANTS

While there's still some trimming to be done, Russian hockey has released a preliminary list of players that may be available for the upcoming Canada/Russia Super Series. » more

 

HOCKEY CANADA NAMES ROSTER FOR CANADA/RUSSIA SUPER SERIES

The roster of 26 junior aged players (born in 1988 or later) that will represent Canada at the Canada/Russia Super Series. » more

CANADA ANNOUNCES ROSTER CHANGE
FOR CANADA/ RUSSIA SUPER SERIES

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TEAM CANADA COACHING STAFF NAMED FOR CANADA/RUSSIA SUPER SERIES

CALGARY – Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), announced Tuesday a second Junior team coaching staff that will coach Canada at the Canada/Russia Super Series, an event which will also serve to develop Canada’s National Junior Team for the 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship. » more

 

WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY EIGHT-GAME SERIES COMING IN AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER FEATURING HOCKEY RIVALS CANADA VS. RUSSIA

Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, along with the Russian Ice Hockey Federation, announced today that the two rival hockey nations will compete in an eight-game series » more

 
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