The preliminary round comes to a close Thursday at the 2018 Esso Cup, with two teams assured of spots in the final four, and four teams battling for two playoff berths.
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The last teams without a notch in the loss column face off Thursday at the TELUS Cup when Notre Dame meets Lethbridge.
Ty Dellandrea scored late to cut the deficit in half, but Canada is out at U18 worlds after a 2-1 loss to the Czechs.
After seeing para hockey close to home in Yellowknife, Sharon Oldford has become a champion of the sport in the North, helping her son find a place in Canada’s game.
Fans can now purchase 7- and 10-game ticket packages to see the world's best under-18s and NHL draft prospects this August at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Edmonton.
The future of para hockey will be on the ice in Montreal, with development team head coach Mike Foligno leading the way.
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73 days from puck drop in Chilliwack, B.C., the Road to the RBC Cup is underway. Follow along with every playoff game as 132 Junior A teams become the final five.
It took 62 days and 179 games, but six teams have survived the Road to the Esso Cup and booked a spot in Bridgewater.
After 64 days and 427 games, six teams have survived the Road to the TELUS Cup and punched their tickets to Sudbury.
Just over a year from the first drop of the puck in Vancouver and Victoria, full-tournament ticket packages are now available for the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship.
The first group named for the IIHF World Championship includes five players who have won gold medals in recent years.
Bill Peters will lead Canada at the 2018 IIHF World Championship, joined on the bench by Bob Boughner and Mike Yeo.
2018 Esso Cup: STA 6 – BRA 2 (Preliminary)
Doyle had 2G 1A, and the Slash came back to clinch second place.
2018 U18WC: CZE 2 – CAN 1 (Quarter-final)
Dellandrea scored late, but Canada fell one short against the Czechs.
2018 TELUS Cup: NDH 2 – LET 1 (Preliminary)
Mylymok scored both goals, and the Hounds made it four wins in a row.
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