Do you know a coach who goes above and beyond behind the bench, helping young girls live their hockey dreams? Nominate them today for the BFL Women in Coaching Award!
The NHL/NHLPA First Shift ensures new-to-hockey families have an accessible, affordable, safe and fun experience.
Twenty-three players have been named to the roster for Rivalry Series games in Kitchener and Sarnia in December.
Twenty players – representing seven Members – will wear the Maple Leaf with Canada’s National Para Hockey Team at the 2023 Para Hockey Cup in Quispamsis, NB.
Watch the greatest showcase of talent from the Canadian Junior Hockey League at the World Junior A Hockey Challenge.
From a winless preliminary round to the gold medal, revisit Canada West’s run to the title at the 2017 WJAC.
Carving her own path in hockey
She has one of the most recognizable last names in sports, but eight years into her hockey journey, London McDavid is driven to make her own mark at a national level.
Playing in memory of Dylan
Hockey became an outlet and a healing space for Kolbee Ashe after her brother, Dylan, passed away in a car accident.
Journey to U17: McKenna
From the rink in Whitehorse to wearing the Maple Leaf on P.E.I, Gavin McKenna hasn’t forgotten where he came from
Despite being completely deaf in one ear and 50 per cent deaf in another, goaltender William Lacelle has harnessed his ‘superpower’ to achieve success on and off the ice.
From players in 2012 to coaches in 2023, Jane Kish and Jessie Olfert are returning to northern B.C. for U18 Nationals.
Hockey Canada’s first Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Path Forward will help the work to drive long-term change.
Independent Safe Sport Complaint Process
2023 U18 Nationals: Saturday, November 11 (Medal Games)
Ontario Red won a 13th U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek
2023 U18 Nationals: Friday, November 10 (Semifinals & Placement)
Ontario Red and Quebec will play for U18 Nationals gold in Dawson Creek.
2023 U18 Nationals: Thursday, November 9 (Quarterfinals)
Alberta, B.C., Ontario Red and Quebec advanced to the semifinals in Dawson Creek.
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