The road to gold at the 2016 World Sledge Hockey Challenge starts Sunday, with the defending champion on the ice first and the five-time winner closing out the night.
The IIHF World Junior Championship is headed back to British Columbia; Vancouver and Victoria will play host in 2019.
Lauryn Collett of St. John’s, N.L., and Peter Sprawson of Oakville, Ont., will have their goalie masks worn by Canada’s netminders at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
One of the most important events on the international hockey calendar, the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup will be played on Canadian ice in Edmonton in 2018, 2020 and 2022.
Canada, Korea, Norway and the U.S. have converged on Charlottetown, P.E.I., for the 2016 World Sledge Hockey Challenge.
Joe Drago was re-elected chair of the Hockey Canada Board of Directors as the organization’s Winter Congress and Annual Meeting wrapped up Saturday evening in Montreal.
Kevin Clark scored two goals off of two Nick Petersen assists to lead Canada to a 3-1 win over Germany and a second place finish at the 2016 Deutschland Cup on Sunday.
Canada’s National Junior Team hopefuls will gather at the Centre d’Excellence Sports Rousseau for a four-day selection camp.
Hockey Canada and Chevrolet are once again coming together for the Power of Play program, helping Peewee coaches teach their players the positive values of Canada’s game.
Hockey Canada, Canadian Tire and Bauer have invested in the future of hockey by making it accessible and giving new players an opportunity to take their First Shift.
Among the changes in play for upcoming seasons are those that increase player safety and help promote more offence.
Hockey Canada has officially re-launched its concussion awareness app for mobile devices; the new app includes a variety of valuable resources and information on concussions, focusing on pre...
2016 WSHC: USA 4 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
The Americans scored three power play goals in an opening win.
2016 NWU18C - ON-R 4 – QUE 1 (Gold)
Ontario Red won its 10th gold medal all time at the U18 nationals.
2016 NWU18C - ALB 6, SSK 4 (5th Place)
Greig scored the game-winner to secure fifth place for Alberta.
2016 NWU18C - ON-R 9 – BC 1 (Semifinal)
A record-setting period advanced Ontario Red to the gold medal game.
2016 NWU18C - QUE 3 – ON-B 0 (Semifinal)
D’Astous-Moreau had 31 saves to advance Quebec to the gold medal game.
2016 NWU18C: BC 3 – ALB 1 (Preliminary)
Beres, Vorster and Knowles scored as B.C. advanced to the semifinals.
2016 NWU18C: ON-B 2 – ATL 1 (Preliminary)
Helen Markovic scored the game-winner on a penalty shot in the third.
2016 NWU18C: ON-R 6 – ATL 1 (Preliminary)
Maltais and Tait each scored twice; Ontario Red got its second win.
2016 NWU18C: ALB 2, MAN 1 (Preliminary)
Sawka and Meropoulis scored as Alberta won its first of the week.
2016 NWU18C: ON-B 2 – SSK 0 (Preliminary)
A 24-save shutout by Tristyn Elford gave Ontario Blue its first win.
2016 NU18: ON-R 4 – ON-B 1 (Preliminary)
Watts scored twice as Ontario Red defeated its provincial rival.
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