Team Canada Medal Count
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August 31, 2004
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Total Medal Count

40 Gold Medals

12 Silver Medals

6 Bronze Medals

Total - 58

World Junior Championships

11 Gold Medals: (Draper (2), Iginla, Jovanovski, Niedermayer, Redden (2), Sakic, Smyth, Theodore, Thornton,

5 Silver Medals: (Bouwmeester, Gagne, Luongo, Morrow, Regehr)

6 Bronze Medals: (Bouwmeester (2), Heatley (2), Lemieux, Richards)

Total - 22

Men’s World Championships

18 Gold Medals: (Brewer (2), Bouwmeester (2), Doan, Draper, Heatley (2), Iginla, Luongo (2), Marleau, Maltby, Morrow, Niedermayer, Sakic, Smyth (2)

2 Silver Medals: (Brodeur, Lemieux)

0 Bronze Medals

Total - 20

Winter Olympics

10 Gold Medals: (Brewer, Brodeur, Foote, Gagne, Iginla, Jovanovski, Lemieux, Niedermayer, Sakic, Smyth)

0 Silver Medals

0 Bronze Medals

Total - 10

World Cups

0 Gold Medals

5 Silver Medals: Brodeur, Foote, Jovanovski, Niedermayer, Sakic)

0 Bronze Medals

Total - 5

Canada Cup

1 Gold Medal: (Lemieux)

0 Silver Medals

0 Bronze Medals

Total -1

Oldest Player – Mario Lemieux (10/05/65) 38

Youngest Player – Jay Bouwmeester (09/27/83) 20

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Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
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ldornan@hockeycanada.ca

 

Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
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Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada
403-284-6484
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