CANADA 4 - FINLAND 2 | GOLD MEDAL

Canada jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two periods, but things got interesting as Finland scored two goals in the third to draw within one. Rick Nash then scored an incredible goal late in the third frame to secure the victory and gold medal for Canada. » more

2007 WORLD MEN'S AWARDS

The tournament MVP is: Rick Nash (CAN).
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2008 WORLD MEN'S GROUPS

The groups for Canada 2008 have now been finalized by the IIHF, as of May 13, 2007.
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RUSSIA 3 - SWEDEN 1
BRONZE MEDAL

The host Russian squad was able to walk away with a bronze medal thanks to an impressive 3-1 victory over Sweden, last year's gold medallists. » iihf summary

 

CANADA 4 - SWEDEN 1

MOSCOW – Canada got goals from four players in a 4-1 semifinal win over Sweden on Saturday and will play Finland on Sunday in the championship game of the 16-team tournament. It will be the fourth time in five years Canada will appear in the gold medal game. » more |

 

CANADA 5 - SWITZERLAND 1 

MOSCOW – An hour after Canada beat Switzerland 5-1 in the quarter-finals Thursday to advance to the medal round at the World Hockey Championship, Murray went to work preparing for Canada's semifinal match on Saturday against Sweden. » more |

 

CANADA 6 - USA 3

MYTISCHI, Russia -- Jay McClement scored on Canada's first shot of the game, eight seconds after the opening faceoff, and Mathieu Lombardi had three goals in a 6-3 win over the United States on Monday.
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CANADA 4 - CZECH REPUBLIC 3

MYTISHI, Russia – Eric Staal scored his second goal of the game in the first minute of play in overtime to lead Canada to a 4-3 win over the Czech Republic on Sunday at the World Hockey Championship. » more

 

CANADA 6 - BELARUS 3

MOSCOW – Team Canada captain Shane Doan scored three of Canada's five second-period goals in a 6-3 win over Belarus at the World Hockey Championships on Friday.

It was Canada's fourth-straight win and first in the qualifying round in the world tournament. » more

 

TEAM CANADA BLACK JERSEYS WILL BE UP FOR ONLINE EBAY AUCTIONFROM MAY 4th UNTIL MAY 14TH

CALGARY – Hockey Canada has announced that the online eBay auction for Team Canada’s game worn black men’s hockey jerseys will begin on Friday, May 4th. This exclusive Team Canada auction will run for 10 days ending on May 14th. » more

 

CANADA 5 - SLOVAKIA 4

Rick Nash scored the winning goal and Jonathan Toews had three assists in Canada's 5-4 triumph over Slovakia on Wednesday for Canada's third straight win at the World Hockey Championship. » more

 

CANADA ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL PLAYER FOR 2007 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

Hockey Canada, along with Team Canada general manager Steve Yzerman, announced today the addition of defenceman Dion Phaneuf. » more | Canada’s Roster

 

CANADA 4 - NORWAY 2

MYTISCHI, Russia – Shayne Doan’s goal in the first minute of play of the third period helped Canada to a 4-2 win over Norway and Canada’s second straight win at the 2007 World Hockey Championship on Monday.
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TEAM CANADA AT THE RACE TRACK

While in Finland, the team headed to a local go-cart circuit and tried their hand at car racing. It was a day enjoyed by all, and a return to the last time that Andy Murray was Canada’s Head Coach, in 2003. » more

 

CANADA 3 - GERMANY

MYTISCHI, Russia - Jamal Mayers scored his second goal of the game midway through the third period shortly after goalie Dwayne Roloson made a huge shorthanded save to help Canada to a 3-2 win over Germany in their opening games at the 2007 World Hockey Championships on Saturday.
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BUY YOUR 2008 MEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TICKETS

Canada’s Men’s National Team takes to the ice for their round robin games at the 2008 IIHF World Hockey Championship, and the opportunity is still available for you to be a part of the action!

May 1-18, 2008 | Quebec City/Halifax

 

 

MEDIA GUIDE - STATS & PROFILES

Download the final team Canada stats from the 2006 World Championship in Latvia.

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» Download 07 WMC Player Profiles (2.5mb)

 

CANADA FALLS TO FINLAND IN EXHIBITION ACTION

Tampere, FIN – Canada’s World Championship team fell 4-2 to Finland on Tuesday evening, in front of a sell-out crowd of 7800 on hand in Tampere.Shane Doan and Jonathan Toews scored for Canada.
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CANADIAN COACHING STAFF NAMED FOR 2007 IIHF WORLD MEN’S
HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

Hockey Canada, along with Team Canada general manager Steve Yzerman, announced today that Andy Murray (Souris, MB) has been named head coach of the Canadian entry at the 2007 IIHF World Men’s Hockey Championship. » more

 

STEVE YZERMAN NAMED TEAM CANADA GENERAL MANAGER FOR 2007 IIHF WORLD MEN’S HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP IN MOSCOW, RUSSIA

Steve Yzerman Bio

 

WORLD MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM

Hockey Canada to name 2007 World Men's Championship Team in April. The 2007 IIHF World Men's Hockey Championship will be held in Moscow and Mytischi, RUS from April to May 2007. Canada opens the 2007 IIHF World Men’s Hockey Championship on April 28, when they take on Germany in Moscow. » Event Schedule

 

IIHF MEN’S WORLD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP REMAINS ON TSN/RDS THROUGH 2011
- TSN AND RDS LOCK UP ANOTHER MAJOR SPORTS PROPERTY -

Toronto, ON (July 6, 2006) – TSN and RDS announced today a four-year extension for its broadcast deal for the IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship, effective 2008 through 2011.  A new component to the deal includes a comprehensive suite of multimedia rights, ensuring Canadians can enjoy the action on multiple platforms.  Today’s announcement illustrates further both networks’ long-range commitment to delivering leading sports properties to viewers.  Recently, TSN announced a six-year deal with the Canadian Curling Association and, together with RDS, a seven-year extension with Hockey Canada. » more

 
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