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Our Game, presented by TELUS, takes fans behind the scenes and follows Team Canada through an oh-so-unique World Juniors, from selection camp through the gold medal game.
RSVP now and join Brianne Jenner and Josh Anderson for the Esso Medals of Achievement Virtual Ceremony on April 10.
Assist Fund: Everly’s story
Thanks to an assist from the Hockey Canada Foundation, seven-year-old Everly Bain is on the ice with her friends.
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HC CHAMPION: JILL FRASER
To keep girls’ teams in the Kincardine Minor Hockey Association safely on the ice for the 2020-21 season, Jill Fraser helped create a bubble in southwestern Ontario.
A pair of exceptional-status players are among the 25 who will wear the Maple Leaf at the IIHF U18 World Championship.
Andrea Skinner has turned a lifelong love into a chance to shape the future with the Hockey Canada Board of Directors.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ director of hockey administration talks about her journey from Oil Springs to the Windy City, and helping blaze a trail for women in the NHL.
With COVID-19 keeping players from the ice, Women’s Para Hockey of Canada went virtual for a grassroots camp.
As a young girl, a university athlete and a physician, Dr. Laura Bennion has always had a connection to Canada’s game.
LEARNING THE GAME TOGETHER
Hockey Nova Scotia and its Female Indigenous Hockey Program are helping young Mi’kmaq players experience the benefits of Canada’s game alongside their peers.
Hockey Canada is helping women earn their coach certification and developing role models for the next generation.
Providing a place to play
For more than a decade, Hockey Nova Scotia has been giving young Black players an opportunity to learn Canada’s game.
The Respect in Sport Activity Leader program is Hockey Canada’s official online course for the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment, creating a safer, more ethical hockey environment...
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2020-21 NWT: Behind the scenes at camp
Pull back the curtain and see what happened off the ice at the women’s camp.
2021 NWT: RED 4 – WHT 3 OT (Scrimmage #3)
Ella Shelton was the overtime hero to send Red past White.
2021 NWT: WHT 2 – RED 1 (Scrimmage #2)
Ella Shelton scored a late game-winner to send White past Red.
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