Registration is now open from coast to coast to coast for kids aged 6-10 to learn about Canada’s game through the Canadian Tire First Shift during the 2017-18 season.
Five Team Canada alumni – Andreychuk, Drake, Goyette, Kariya and Recchi – will go into the Hockey Hall of Fame this fall.
Nolan Patrick was the first of a draft-leading 81 Canadians selected.
Canada’s Olympic hopefuls went into the community in Fredericton.
In honour of National Aboriginal Day, Fred Sasakamoose – the first Aboriginal NHLer – shares his journey to Chicago, and how he can inspire generations of his people.
RBC Cup champions in 2013, the Brooks Bandits will have a chance to add another to their collection when they host in 2019.
The road to the WJC begins in Plymouth, Mich., while U17 and U18 hopef...
The Windsor bench boss replaces Kris Knoblauch with Team Canada.
Canada returned to the top of the sledge hockey world with a golden performance in South Korea, but it has its sights set on an even bigger victory at the Paralympics.
The winningest coach in NHL history, Scotty Bowman is a 14-time Stanley Cup champion and led Canada to the 1976 Canada Cup.
The former Hockey Canada president helped shaped the national game.
Few have done more to grow women’s hockey than the OWHA president.
From the 1991 IIHF World Junior Championship to the 2017 HCF Gala & Golf, and from Clark to Wickenheiser, Saskatchewan has long had a love affair with Canada’s game.
Want to be a better hockey player? Playing other sports helps develop the skills necessary to be successful on the ice.
Morgan is an Ambassador
A player, coach and mother doing her part for the women’s game. 
McFarland is back with U18s; Struch, Oulahen, Bouchard will lead U17s.
The road to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games will run through Calgary, with 28 women centralizing in the Stampede City to compete for 23 spots on Canada’s Olympic roster.
Seven volunteers, who have dedicated their lives to the game, were honoured Friday at the annual banquet in St. John’s, N.L.
A new policy puts the focus on cross-ice and half-ice programming.
The First Shift gives new players a unique opportunity to try hockey.
From drills to practice plans and expert information, Hockey Canada’s massive collection of player development resources is now available to all coaches, thanks to the Hockey Canada Network.


2017 HCF: Hitting the links for hockey
Hitting the links for hockey
2017 HCF: Canadian hockey comes together at gala
A who's-who of hockey, including the Order of Hockey in Canada honourees, members of Canada's gold medal-winning National Sledge Team and Team Canada alumni.
2017 NST: Gangneung gold celebrated in Saskatoon
Gangneung gold celebrated in Saskatoon
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