Long-time NHL coach Perry Pearn talks about how half-ice hockey focuses on skill development, leads to future success, and why it’s more enjoyable for young players.
Focus is on building excitement and connecting with fans across the province during countdown to December 26.
Sarah Fillier, Rebecca Johnston and Kaitlin Willoughby scored a goal apiece and Red edged White 3-1 in the camp finale.
Ahead of another season, players will be riding the rollercoaster that is evaluations. It is an important time for not only players, but for coaches and parents as well.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Mike Babcock talks about adapting to half-ice hockey, how it benefits young players and embracing change to maximize development.
A new Olympic cycle sees young players hoping to make their mark during Canada’s National Women’s Team Fall Festival.
There’s a balance of new and old – nine 2018 Paralympic silver medallists will line up with six Team Canada rookies.
The action kicks off May 11 when the East and West champions meet before the host Brooks Bandits face off against the Central representative in their tournament-opener.
With thousands of drills, features, videos and more, the Hockey Canada Network is a must-have for the new hockey season.
Five teams will go for gold in Bonnyville, with Canada East and Canada West taking on the Czechs, Russians and Americans.
Before she won the CP Women's Open, Brooke Henderson was a championship-winning goaltender. The lessons she learned between the pipes have served her well on the links.
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Behind an Olympic silver medallist and five first-rounders, Team Canada was well-represented at the CWHL Draft.
Canada opens its gold medal defence in Vancouver against Denmark, and takes on Russia in a New Year’s Eve showdown.
Two new ticket packages – nine-game and 10-game options – have been launched in Vancouver to help fans REPRESENT this winter at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship.
A new addition to World Girls’ Hockey Weekend, the Skills Surge will be the largest development event in the world.
The Canadian Tire First Shift is going coast to coast to coast in 2018-19, with registration open in 190+ communities.
2018 Fall Festival: RED 3 – WHT 1 (Intrasquad)
Fillier, Johnston and Willoughby scored to help Red win NWT finale.
2018 Fall Festival: WHT 2 – DCC 1 (OT) (Exhibition)
Hannah Miller scored the overtime winner to lead White to victory.
2018 Fall Festival: RED 6 – FSJ 2 (Exhibition)
Johnston scored four goals to lead Red to a second straight victory.
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