2022 World Junior A Challenge

2022 World Junior A Challenge | Hockey Canada

Garrett Schifsky scored twice, Alex Bump got the game-winner and the U.S. scored the final three goals to pull away from Canada East and win its ninth gold in Cornwall.
Noah Erliden made 29 saves before going 5-for-5 in the shootout as Sweden claimed the bronze medal in Cornwall.
Assist Fund in Action – Torrie
The HCF Assist Fund helped Torrie Depatie not only continue to play hockey, but continue to inspire and bring joy. 
Adopting hockey
Seventeen years after arriving from Sierra Leone in a Team Canada jersey, Sam Huck is wearing red and white again. 
A heart problem cost Sid McNeill a full season, but just three years later the defenceman is wearing the Maple Leaf.
Canada East and Canada West rosters are set, with 44 players set to don the Maple Leaf at the World Junior A Challenge.
Sixty-three players from across the CJHL have earned invites to East and West selection camps, Dec. 5-7 in Cornwall.
From Turris to Makar to Levi, learn about the tournament before players from four countries come to Cornwall.
Thirty-six referees and linespersons have been selected for upcoming tournaments in B.C., Ontario and Nova Scotia.
The 2022 World Junior A Challenge kicks off Dec. 11 in Cornwall, Ont., with both Canadian teams taking the ice.
Hockey Canada has unveiled the host communities for six national and international events, from B.C. to Nova Scotia.

Knuble scored the GWG to help the U.S. advance to play for gold.

Morrow made 37 saves as East advanced to play for gold.

Pettersson and Willander scored on the PP to help Sweden to three points.

Knuble tied the WJAC record with 4A to help the U.S. finish second.

Forsfjall scored SH and on the PP as Sweden handed West its first loss.

Daneault tied a WJAC record with 4G to help West stay undefeated.

Finley had two goals and an assist to help the Americans past East.

Fowler earned the SO and Schifsky scored 2G to lead the U.S. to a win. 

Malinoski and Fink tallied three points each to lead West over East.

Mots scored the OT winner to help Latvia earn its first victory.

Watkins scored twice as West opened with a win over the Americans.

Crane, Ianniello and Prokopetz scored to help East to a comeback win.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 7 – Sunday, April 30
The Blizzard defeat the Gaulois for gold and the Blazers take home bronze
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 6 – Saturday, April 29
The Blizzard and Gaulois win to set up an all Quebec U18 Club Nationals final.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 5 – Friday, April 28
The Flames, Blazers and Jr. Canadiens won to wrap up the preliminary round.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 4 – Thursday, April 27
The Blazers, Blizzard and Gaulois won to stay in the winner’s circle.
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