2021 Capital City Challenge

After Zach Benson scored with 0.4 seconds left to send the game to overtime, Calum Ritchie netted the game-winner to help Canada Black to a wild extra-time win over Canada Red.
Mathieu Cataford and Andrew Cristall had two points each to help White to a win in the third-place game in Ottawa.
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Competing in the Capital City Challenge has a special meaning for Ottawa-born Canada Black defenceman Oliver Bonk.
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Get to know a little more about some of the players from Red, White and Black competing in Ottawa.
Caden Price, Cameron Allen and Kaden Hammell donned black and white to give back to the game as officials.
They’re ready for their POE debuts, so let’s take a look at the 66 Canadians heading to the Capital City Challenge.
Sixty-six players – from 10 Members and 44 CHL teams – will wear the Maple Leaf at the Capital City Challenge.
The nation’s capital will play host to Canada’s National Women’s Team and three men’s U17 teams, starting Nov. 26.
Benson scored 11 seconds into OT to send Canada Black to the final.
Yager had a goal and an assist as Red booked its place in the final.
Benson and Ritchie combined for 12 points to lead Black past White.
Nick Lardis had two points as Canada Black beat the Women’s Team.
Wood had three points to lead Red to a win over White in Ottawa.
Wood had three points as Red shut out the women’s team for its first win.
Collard and Ritchie had two points each to help Black to a win.
Cataford and Gauthier had three points each to help White to a win.

2021 Capital City Challenge


The nation’s capital will serve as the backdrop for the Capital City Challenge, a four-team tournament featuring Canada’s National Women’s Team and three national men’s under-17 teams at TD Place Arena, home of the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League.

The Capital City Challenge will serve as a one-time event to replace the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, which was cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, while providing an opportunity for Canada’s National Women’s Team to compete as part of its centralization schedule.

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2021 CCC: NWT - CANW (Bronze)
Canada White finished third at the Capital City Challenge.
2021 CCC: CANR - CANB (Final)
Canada Black won the Capital City Challenge with Ritchie’s OT goal.
2021 CCC: CANW - CANR (Semifinal)
Yager netted a goal and an assist to give Canada Red a chance at the top prize.
2021 CCC: NWT - CANB (Semifinal)
Zach Benson’s overtime winner helped Canada Black reach the final.
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