The players, representing eight provinces, one territory and 44 CHL teams, will wear Black, Red or White at the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in northern B.C.
Walking 900 kilometres for mental illness
Battling with anxiety and depression, Kyle Patterson took his passion for hockey and walked 900 kilometres for a good cause.
Desbiens stopped 31 of 33, but Canada was edged by the Hurricanes.
The 2018 HCF Gala & Golf is coming to London, Ont., on June 18-19.
Tara Watchorn, who played for Canada’s first-ever women’s U18 team and won an Olympic gold medal in Sochi, is skating away from Canada’s National Women’s Team.
Jill Saulnier and Blayre Turnbull have their sights set on Korea, but never miss an opportunity to grow the game at home.
St. Catharines will host camp; London and Hamilton get exhibitions.
Saint John and Quispamsis will co-host the U17 Challenge in 2018.
Italy, Korea and the U.S. will join Canada’s National Sledge Team for the 2017 World Sledge Hockey Challenge in Charlottetown, and fans can see all 10 games for just $50.
Grassroots hockey on the Prairies will receive a $300,000 boost from proceeds of the Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf.
Tom’s Talks – October
Why Initiation is now cross-ice and how it helps young players.
43 gold medallists were along the 242 U17 alumni on NHL rosters.
Circle your calendars! Canada opens the Olympic women’s tournament Feb. 11 against Russia, four days before the men’s team gets its schedule started against Switzerland.
Chevrolet and Hockey Canada have come together again for Coach’s Kits and the Good Deeds Cup, helping shape young Canadians.
BDO Goals for Kids will put money into MHAs across the country.
Registration is now open for the Canadian Tire First Shift in 2017-18.
Hockey Canada has introduced a new policy for its Initiation Program, one that will enhance the experience for young players with cross-ice and half-ice programming.


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.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 3 – ROY 1 (Icebreaker)
Poulin scored twice in the third period to send Canada to the win.
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