Thanks to local support and ambitious fundraising, a group of girls from remote Sanikiluaq, Nvt., took the trip of a lifetime to share the ice with a three-time Olympian.
TOM’S TALKS: MAY 2017
Spring has sprung, and the president and CEO talks about the importance of hanging up the skates in the offseason, and why young players should broaden their horizons.
TOM’S TALKS: APRIL 2017
The end of the hockey season means national championships held from coast to coast, and the president and CEO focuses on the impact they have on communities and players.
TOM’S TALKS: MARCH 2017
As another hockey season comes to an end in rinks across the country, the president and CEO reflects on the last seven months and hopes positive memories were made.
When Hay River, N.W.T., lost its only arena for the season, the Hockey Canada Foundation stepped in with a solution – floorball – that kept the game alive in the north.
TOM’S TALKS: JANUARY 2017
The calendar says 2017, winter is officially upon us in Canada, and the president and CEO wants Canadians across the country to get back to basics on the outdoor rink.
TOM’S TALKS – DECEMBER 2016
The calendar says December, winter is around the corner, and the president and CEO discusses his No. 1 holiday tradition, the World Juniors, and the legacy they leave.
TOM’S TALKS – NOVEMBER 2016
The hockey season is in full swing, and the president and CEO discusses all things coaching at the grassroots, what they can expect, and why having fun can go a long way.
INFERNO ENGULFS GIRLS’ HOCKEY
With support of the Clarkson Cup champions, Girls Hockey Calgary has rebranded all of its teams the Jr. Inferno, continuing the growth of the game in the Stampede City.
HELPING KIDS GET INTO GEAR
Comrie's Sports Equipment Bank has opened a new Calgary warehouse, providing new and gently-used equipment to kids in need, and helping get more players into the game.
For the past three years, goaltender Adam Kingsmill has been a part of rep teams in Smithers, B.C. From the way he protects the Storm’s net, you’d never know he lost his right leg when he wa...
Canada is hockey, something more and more newcomers to the country are...
After losing his dad just days before the start of the playoffs, Austin McGrath put together a postseason for the ages.
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Seeing how much fun their kids were having playing the game, a group of hockey moms in Chetwynd, B.C., stepped out of the stands and onto the ice this season. By doing something for themselv...
The Team Canada alumnus, 2007 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee, and six-time Stanley Cup champion joined new players on the ice in Quebec City as part of The First Shift, a Hockey Canada and Bau...
Girls just want to have fun: skills, drill...
From moms to daughters, coaches to volunteers, and fans in the stands to players on the ice, World Girls’ Hockey Day is a fantastic opportun...
Five years ago Adriana Leon played her final competitive hockey game, saying goodbye to the sport with a provincial championship. Today she’s making her mark on a different field, competing ...
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Jenna Velji took on a hat trick of roles when Burnaby, B.C., hosted the 2013 Esso Cup. This time she just wants to play.
Danielle Dubé backstopped UBC to CIS nationals this year. As a 40-year-old. Almost 20 years after winning worlds gold.