Meghan Agosta and Jillian Saulnier scored, but Canada’s National Women’s Team fell 5-2 to the United States on Sunday in the first of six pre-Olympic exhibition games.
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The players, representing eight provinces, one territory and 44 CHL teams, will wear Black, Red or White in northern B.C.
Puck Off Mental Illness
Kyle Patterson used hockey to help him walk from Calgary to Vancouver.
The 2018 HCF Gala & Golf is coming to London, Ont., on June 18-19.
The youngest of the ‘Golden Girls’ from the Sochi Olympics, the last three years have provided more than their fair share of trials and tribulations for Mélodie Daoust.
WJC hopefuls will take to the ice from Dec. 12-15 before hitting the road to London and Hamilton for pre-competition games.
Saint John and Quispamsis will co-host the U17 Challenge in 2018.
Italy, Korea and the U.S. will join Team Canada in Charlottetown.
Bauer has partnered with two-time Olympic gold medallist Marie-Philip Poulin and U.S. star Hilary Knight on a campaign to use hockey to help empower the next generation.
A new hockey season with Tom’s Talks
The CEO shares his thoughts on why changes made to the Initiation program will benefit the development of young players.
More than $300,000 is going back into the grassroots in Saskatchewan.
The women open Feb. 11 vs. RUS, four days before the men open vs. SUI.
Every month, the Hockey Canada Network opens its vault to release Drills of the Month to coaches, aiding in the development of young players at every level of the game.
Hockey Canada has introduced a new Initiation Program policy, putting the focus on cross-ice and half-ice programming.
Chevrolet and Hockey Canada are helping shape young Canadians.
Registration is now open for the Canadian Tire First Shift in 2017-18.


2017-18 NWT: USA 5 – CAN 2 (Exhibition)
Canada dropped Game 1 of its six-game pre-Olympic series with the U.S.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 9 – AIR 1 (Exhibition)
Saulnier and Johnston had 2G each to help Canada win its Esso opener.
2017-18 NWT: NOR 4 – CAN 0 (Icebreaker)
Lacasse made 22 saves, but Canada was blanked in the tournament final.
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