2005-06 National Men's Team

SID CROSBY AND THED REST OF TEAM CANADA
BATTLE FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD IN LAVTIA

Follow Canada's dedicated hockey talent at the 2006 IIHF World Men's Hockey Championship in Riga, LAT. Scores, summaries and much more. » 2006 WMHC

TEAM CANADA FINISHES TOURNAMENT WITH LOSS
TO HOST ST. PETERSBURG CANADA 0 - ST. PETERSBURG 4

Team Canada lost to the host team of the tournament, St. Petersburg, in their fourth and final game of the Junior Grand Prix. The final score in the contest was 4-0. St. » summary

 

CANADA'S JUNIOR A TEAM DEFEATED BY SWEDEN 7-2

Team Canada fell to Team Sweden in their third game of the Junior Grand Prix. Sweden controlled the hockey game, defeating Canada by a score of 7-2. Wade Finegan, a forward with the Georgetown Raiders, and Chris Auger, a forward with the Wellington Dukes of the OPJHL, scored Canada’s two goals. Team Canada is comprised of Junior ‘A’ players from across the country. With the loss, Canada failed to qualify for the medal round » summary

 

CANADA LOSES 5-1 TO BELARUS

Team Canada lost in their second game of the Junior Grand Prix. Team Belarus out-shot Canada by a total of 57 - 32. Belarus is comprised of several strong players who will play with their World Junior club next winter. Matthew Hamilton, a forward with the Thunder Bay Bull Dogs of the SIJHL, scored Canada’s lone goal in the first period of the contest. Team Canada is comprised of Junior 'A' players from across the country. They play their next game April 7th, versus Team Sweden.
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CANADA'S JUNIOR A SELECTS TIE RUSSIA 4-4

Canada’s Junior A Select Team scored with five minutes left in the game to gain a 4-4 tie against Russia in the opening game at the 2006 Grand Prix Tournament in St. Petersburg, Russia on Tuesday. Team Canada is comprised of Junior A players from across the country. » summary

 

CANADA SENDS JUNIOR A SELECT TEAM TO RUSSIA FOR 2006 GRAND PRIX TOURNAMENT

A selection of top Junior A hockey players will be representing Canada at the 2006 Grand Prix Tournament in St. Petersburg, Russia from April 4-9.

The roster was chosen by a committee put together by the Ontario Hockey Association, in conjunction with the CJAHL. All teams in the CJAHL were contacted across the country and names were brought forward to this committee who ultimately selected the team.

For more information, go to the CJAHL’s official website, at www.cjahl.com

 

THUNDER BAY BOMBERS

 


THUNDER BAY BOMBERS ARRIVE IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

Travel-weary but upbeat, the Thunder Bay Bombers arrived in preparation for the Pannon PSM Hungarian Cup tournament Feb. 10-12 in Budapest. » more
| Team Canada vs Croatia - summary
| Team Canada vs Slovenia - summary

 

THUNDER BAY BOMBERS
SET FOR THE 2006 HUNGARIAN CUP
(PANNON GSM) IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

CALGARY, AB – Hockey Canada announced on Friday that the Thunder Bay Bombers are set to represent Canada at the 2006 Hungarian (Pannon PSM) Cup that will be held February 10-12th, 2006 in Budapest, Hungary and will feature four National Teams: Canada, Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia. Thunder Bay earned the right to represent Canada by capturing the 2005 Allan Cup, Canada’s Senior Men’ Hockey Championship in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan in April, 2005. » more
| Hungarian Cup Roster

| Hungarian Cop - Official Site

 

1939 AND 1961 TRAIL SMOKE EATERS HONOURED IN TRAIL, BC

During the past couple of years, Hockey Canada has taken on an initiative to recognize each of Canada’s past World Championship Teams. On Saturday, March 4, 2006, Hockey Canada will be honouring the 1939 and 1961 Trail Smoke Eaters World Championship Hockey Teams.  The ceremony will take place at the Trail Memorial Centre – Cominco Arena in Trail, BC at 7:30 pm (PT).  The team will be honoured with a banner raising ceremony, taking place during the second intermission, celebrating their 1939 and 1961 gold medal winning Men’s World Championship Teams

 

CANADA 8 - SPARTA PRAGUE 2
By Paul Romanuk

DAVOS - Canada clinched a berth in the Spengler Cup championship game with an 8-2 win over Sparta Prague on Day Five of the holiday season tournament. » more

METTALLURG MAGNITOGORSK 8
- CANADA 3

By Paul Romanuk

DAVOS – Mettallurg Magnitogorsk scored just over one minute into the game and rode the momentum to an 8-3 crushing of Canada in the Championship Game of the 2005 Spengler Cup. » more

 

CANADA 6 - EISBAREN BERLIN 1
By Paul Romanuk

DAVOS – It was all offence, all the time, as Canada crushed Eisbaren Berlin 6-1 on day four of the 2005 Spengler Cup Championship. » more

 

CANADA 4 - DAVOS 2
By Paul Romanuk

DAVOS – Canada punched home three goals in the second period and rode the crest of that wave to a 4-2 win over HC Davos on day two of the Spengler Cup Championship in Davos, Switzerland. » more

 

CANADA 1 - MAGNITIGORSK 2
SHOOT-OUT
By Paul Romanuk

DAVOS – In a cruel twist of fate, it was a couple of Canadians who managed to put one over on a sharp looking Canadian team in their first game at the Spengler Cup Championship. » more

 

SPENGLER CUP PREVIEW

DAVOS, Switzerland – It’s the same old thing for Team Canada at this year’s Spengler Cup Championship - take 22 players from different teams, throw a Canadian hockey sweater on them and hope a little magic takes place. More often than not, it does. » more

 

CANADA DROPS FINAL GAME OF LOTO CUP TO SLOVAKIA

Canada’s National Men’s Team played their final game of the 2005 Loto Cup against the host Slovakian team. Canada found itself in an early hole, down 2-0 after the first and despite a valiant effort, was unable to claw back into the game. » more

 

CANADA DEFEATS LATVIA AT LOTO CUP

Canada’s National Men’s Team, on the strength of two goals and one assist by Martin Kariya, defeated Latvia 4-2 at the Loto Cup on Friday. Canada evens its record at 1-1, and faces Slovakia in the final game on Saturday evening. Ryan Gardner and Cory Larose also scored for Canada. » more

 

CANADA OPENS LOTO CUP WITH LOSS TO SWITZERLAND

Canada opened the Loto Cup on Thursday, losing 4-2 to Switzerland’s National Men’s Team. Switzerland iced a near Olympic calibur team for the game, as only three players from their Men’s Olympic Team are presently in the NHL. Canada’s goals were scored by Yves Sarault and Jason York. Canada’s next game at the Loto Cup is on Friday afternoon against Latvia. Latvia will also be represented by most of the members of its Men’s Olympic Team, minus two or three players who are presently in the NHL. » more

 

AL COATES AND LANNY MCDONALD TO MANAGE CANADA’S 2005 SPENGLER CUP HOCKEY TEAM; KIRK MULLER AND DAVE LEWIS JOIN MARC HABSCHEID’S COACHING STAFF AS CANADA’S NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM PREPARES FOR LOTO CUP AND SPENGLER CUP IN DECEMBER

CALGARY – Hockey Canada announced on Thursday the management and coaching staffs for Canada’s National Men’s Hockey Team for two upcoming events in December

» Loto Cup Roster

 

CANADA’S NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM
WINS DEUTSCHLAND CUP

HANNOVER, GERMANY – Canada’s National Men’s Team won the Deutschland Cup on Sunday, finishing on top of the round robin event with eight points, after a 4-1 win over Germany. 

Canada needed help from Team USA in the final game of the event, to secure its first Deutschland Cup since 2002. USA defeated Slovakia 3-2, and that result left Canada in first place with eight points, followed by Switzerland (7), USA (6), Slovakia (6) and Germany (3). » more | summary

 

CANADA’S RECORD FALLS TO 2-1 AT DEUTSCHLAND CUP

Hannover, Germany - Canada playing its second game in less than 18 hours and lost to Slovakia Friday 4-0 at the Deutschland Cup. » summary

CANADA BEATS USA 4-1 AT DEUTSCHLAND CUP

Mannheim, Germany - Team Canada won its second consecutive game on Thursday, defeating the U.S. » summary

 
For more information:
Brad Pascall Vice-President, Hockey Operations