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4 Nations Cup
The Canadians fell 3-2 in overtime to the U.S. in Sunday’s gold medal game in Sundsvall.
The two-time Olympic gold medallist will lead Canada in Sundsvall, Sweden.
IIHF Women's World Championship
See all three Team Canada round robin games, both semifinals and the medal games.
Canada will face the Americans on March 28 to start women’s worlds in Kamloops.
IIHF World Championship
Canada’s gold-medal-winning roster was young in years but not in experience.
Canada beat Russia 6-1 to win its 19th world title, and first since the 2007 tournament.
National Junior Team (U20)
A coach, a doctor, and a therapist are making sure Windsor is well-represented in Helsinki.
Rourke Chartier and Haydn Fleury made good on a second chance to play at the world juniors.
National Men's Team
A 4-3 victory over HC Lugano gave Canada its 13th tournament title since 1984.
The goaltender was added to Team Canada following an injury to Drew MacIntyre.
National Men's Under-18 Team
Fans can check out the future of women’s hockey in St. Catharines for as little as $5.
The U18 team beat Sweden 7-3 in the final to win an eighth consecutive gold.
National Sledge Team
The Canadians settled for silver after a 3-2 loss to the U.S. in the final in Bridgewater, N.S.
The P.E.I. capital will welcome the tournament for the third time from Dec. 4-10, 2016.
National Women's Team
Shirley and Potomak earned early camp invitations for Canada’s National Women’s Team.
32 players, including 15 Olympic gold medallists, will be on the ice in Etobicoke, Ont.
National Women's Under-18 Team
The Canadians dropped the gold medal game in overtime to the U.S. in St. Catharines, Ont.
The game has grown around the world thanks to the support it has always had in Ontario.
National Women's Under-22 Team
A 4-3 overtime win over Finland gave Canada its 11th gold in 14 years at the tournament.
After missing time with a serious knee injury, Mélodie Daoust is back with Team Canada.
Olympic Winter Games (Men)
Brad Pascall has been named assistant general manager of the Calgary Flames.
Canada’s men’s and women’s teams defended their gold medals in Sochi.
Olympic Winter Games (Women)
From Florida to the Olympics to the U18 worlds, 2013-14 was unforgettable.
Natalie Spooner and Meaghan Mikkelson join the Amazing Race Canada.
Canada blanked Norway 3-0 to win bronze at the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.
A Paralympic dream comes true, despite personal tragedy and injury problems.
Team Canada Alumni
Defenceman and former Hockey Canada president to be inducted in Class of 2015.
Team Canada alumnus Sheldon Kennedy has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
World Cup
Mike Babcock will lead Canada as head coach, joined by a veteran group of assistants.
Doug Armstrong will lead the Team Canada management group as general manager.
World Sledge Hockey Challenge
Four camps and two international events have Canada’s sledge team ready to win.
Billy Bridges is proud to drive the development of sledge hockey in Atlantic Canada.
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