The 1987 Women’s World Hockey Tournament opened the door to IIHF world championships and the Olympic Games, and forever changed the fortunes of the women’s game.
Five Team Canada alumni – Andreychuk, Drake, Goyette, Kariya and Recchi – will go into the Hockey Hall of Fame this fall.
Provincial sports and hockey halls of fame from B.C. to N.L. opened their doors to players, coaches and executives in 2017.
Joe Sakic, golden at the World Juniors, IIHF World Championship and Olympics, will be inducted as part of the Class of 2017.
It has been 50 years since the Drumheller Miners became the first ‘free world’ hockey team to play games in East Germany.
A two-time Olympic gold medallist, Gina Kingsbury has found her way home to lead the current generation of women’s stars.
Keep the memories alive and join the Team Canada Alumni Association. Contact Norm Dueck at email@example.com to sign up!
A Team Canada alumnus, long-timer NHLer and former NHL and AHL coach, Luke Richardson is adding to his résumé in Davos.
Forty-four years after the 1972 Summit Series, alumni are touring Canada to share a few untold stories of life in the USSR.
In honour of her contributions to the women’s game, Cassie Campbell-Pascall has been appointed to the Order of Canada.
The 2010 Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion finds herself behind the SportsCentre anchor desk on TSN.
Eric Lindros, Rogie Vachon and Pat Quinn will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2016.
Members of four world championship-winning teams got a chance to catch up with the past, and connect with the future.
The late Pat Quinn, who guided Canada to Olympic gold in 2002, will go into the IIHF Hall Fame as part of its Class of 2016.
Fifty years after Father David Bauer laid out the principles for the first-ever national team, his players carry them on.
Four-time Olympian Chris Pronger and former Hockey Canada president Bill Hay will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Team Canada alumnus Sheldon Kennedy, a leading anti-abuse advocate, has been invested as a Member of the Order of Canada.
A four-time Olympian who backstopped Canada to a historic Olympic gold in 2002, Martin Brodeur has called it a career.