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Schedules out, tickets on sale for nationals
The game schedules are set and tickets are on sale for a trio of national championships this spring – the Esso Cup, TELUS Cup and Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons.
'Always fighting for them'
For more than two decades, Braden Robertson has volunteered his time and provided financial support to ensure the continued growth of girls'...
Power of an assist – Lordco
Together, Lordco Auto Parts and the Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund are helping families like the Risdons stay on the ice and continue ...
Women's World Championship
Can you draw a self portrait?
With only 45 seconds on the clock, we put a few members of Canada’s National Women’s Team to the test by asking them to draw themselves … and the results are terrific.
Clarke continues to climb
From small-town Drake to the American Hockey League and Olympic Winter Games, Alex Clarke has broken barriers and inspired young officials o...
Journey to WWC: Serdachny
From her first strides at Edmonton’s Terwillegar Arena to Colgate University to wearing the Maple Leaf at Women’s Worlds, Daniel...
Meet Sommer Christie
From a pair of appearances at the Rugby World Cup to ensuring Team Canada is in the right head space on the ice, Sommer Christie has found a new way to serve her country.
National Championships
Road to the TELUS Cup is complete!
The Brandon Wheat Kings, Calgary Buffaloes, Kensington Wild, Cantonniers de Magog and Markham Waxers will join the host Sydney Rush to play for a national championship.
#Road2Esso is complete!
The Edmonton Jr. Oilers, Northern Selects, North York Storm, Intrépide de l’Outaouais and Regina Rebels will join host Thompson...
Follow the #Road2Centennial!
From 117 teams to one national title, follow along as nine leagues crown champions to join the host Oakville Blades at the Centennial Cup, p...
Roster announced for Para Worlds
17 players from six Members will wear the Maple Leaf on home ice when Canada’s National Para Hockey Team plays host to the 2024 World Para Hockey Championship in Calgary.
EDI Path Forward published
Hockey Canada has unveiled its first Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Path Forward as part of the organization’s ongoing work to drive ...
Nash named GM for Worlds
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Rick Nash will lead Canada’s National Men’s Team as general manager at the 2024 IIHF World Champ...
Coaching staff named for U18 Worlds
Gardiner MacDougall will lead Canada as head coach at the 2024 IIHF U18 World Championship, alongside assistant coaches Travis Crickard, Bruce Richardson and Ryan Smith.
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Sydney Rush (HST) vs. Calgary Buffaloes (PAC) | TELUS Cup
Cantonniers de Magog (QUE) vs. Brandon Wheat Kings (WST) | TELUS Cup
Markham Waxers (CEN) vs. Kensington Wild (ATL) | TELUS Cup
Thompson-Okanagan Lakers (HST) vs. Northern Selects (ATL) | Esso Cup
Edmonton Jr. Oilers (PAC) vs. L'Intrépide de l'Outaouais (QUE) | Esso Cup
North York Storm (ONT) vs. Regina Rebels (WST) | Esso Cup
WWC: Highlights – CAN 6, USA 5 OT (Gold Medal)
WWC: Highlights – CAN 4, CZE 0 (Semifinal)
NWT: Meet Sommer Christie
WWC: Know Your Teammate – Fast & Larocque
WWC: Highlights – CAN 5, SWE 1 (Quarterfinal)
WWC: Can you draw a self portrait?
WWC: Highlights – USA 1, CAN 0 OT (Preliminary)
WWC: Highlights – CAN 5, CZE 0 (Preliminary)
NWT: Journey to Women’s Worlds – Danielle Serdachny
WWC: Highlights – CAN 3, SUI 0 (Preliminary)
WWC: Highlights – CAN 4, FIN 1 (Preliminary)
NPT: Highlights – USA 5, CAN 1 (Game 1)
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