Dale Hunter and Dan Lambert will lead Canada’s National Junior Team and Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team, respectively, into international competition.
The CEO encourages free play this summer, to let children expand their imagination and reset for a new hockey season.
The tournament opens Dec. 7 with a pair of rivalry games – Canada East takes on Russia, and Canada West faces the U.S.
The final five have filled the field – the Prince George Spruce Kings, Portage Terriers, Oakville Blades and Ottawa Jr. Senators will join the host Bandits in Brooks.
The three-peat is complete. Mackenzie Kordic scored two goals to deliver the St. Albert Slash a third-straight Esso Cup.
Joseph Martino was the OT hero and James Gray made 49 saves, leading the Young Nationals to a second national title.
The Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup will return to the Maritimes when Bridgewater, N.S., and the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre play host to the 2020 tournament.
Christina Picton and Raphaëlle Tousignant want to open doors during a history-making weekend with Team Canada.
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The scholarship, named in honour of the legendary Team Canada coach, will provide assistance to student-athletes in pursuit of a post-graduate professional designation.
2019 MWC: CAN 8 – GER 1 (Preliminary)
Stone had a hat trick and Mantha scored twice in a win over Germany.
2019 NJAC: BRO 4 – OTT 3 (Semifinal)
Boyko scored and set up the GWG to send the Bandits to the final.
2019 NJAC: PG 2 – OAK 1 (Semifinal)
Neaton turned aside 32 shots to lead the Spruce Kings into the final.
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