The 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship is back on the ice in Edmonton this summer, and you have to be there – single-game tickets are now on sale, starting at just $40.
The NHL/NHLPA First Shift ensures new-to-hockey families have an accessible, affordable, safe and fun experience.
The HCF Assist Fund helped Saida’s son Aymane embrace the game he loves and find his place in a new country.
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Forty-six players – from eight Members – have been named to Canada’s National Women’s Development Team and Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team for series in Calgary.
With a full-time job, being a full-time student and officiating for the WHL on his plate, Kyle Kowalski is a busy man.
His path to Team Canada is unique, but Brett Brochu has never failed to find the silver linings anywhere he has played.
After making Canada’s National Junior Team in December, Logan Stankoven used the confidence he gained from his experience as momentum for a red-hot finish to the season.
Giving back to Tsuut’ina
With Team Canada skating on the Tsuut’ina Nation, its coaches got on the ice with young Indigenous players.
The Honourable Thomas Cromwell will lead an independent review of Hockey Canada’s governance structure and systems.
PLAY TIME IN SCOTLAND’S YARD
Inspired by a little girl’s cancer fight, the hockey community – including NHLers and Team Canada alumni – came together for the Scotland’s Yard Road Hockey Classic.
Scott Ratzlaff made 25 saves and Ethan Gauthier scored the game-winner as Canada claimed gold in Red Deer.
Journey begins for juniors
The road to World Juniors is underway for Team Canada, which touched down in Calgary to begin its preparations.
A larger-than-life legend of the game, Lanny McDonald’s impact on hockey in Canada— as a player, an executive, a cheerleader and a fan— has spanned across generations.
Kim St-Pierre nearly quit hockey at one point, but a break at McGill University completely changed her hockey journey.
Few have matched what Guy Lafleur accomplished on the ice, but for his son, his lasting legacy is simply as ‘Dad.’
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2022 WJC: CAN 11 – SVK 1 (Preliminary)
McTavish had a six point game as Canada beat Slovakia on Thursday.
2022 WJC: CAN 5 – LAT 2 (Preliminary)
Bedard and Greig finished with 1G 1A apiece as Canada opened with a win.
2022 WJC: CAN 4 – SWE 3 (Pre-Tournament)
Gaucher and MacTavish scored 0:34 apart early, and Canada held on.
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