News - Team Canada
National Sledge Team
Sixteen players have been chosen to wear red and white to face the U.S. at the Défi sportif AlterGo.
Brad Bowden had a goal and two assists to help Canada beat the U.S. for its fourth world title.
Five Team Canada jerseys, autographed by all 17 Canadians in Gangneung, are up for eBay auction.
While Canada chases a world title, it’s getting its PyeongChang prep done ahead the Paralympics.
Hours after he was paralyzed, Tyrone Henry became determined to play for Team Canada. Here he is.
Seventeen players are off to South Korea to represent Canada at the World Para Hockey Championship.
SLD.007.11:   November 29, 2011
SLD.005.11:   November 28, 2011
SLD.004.11:   November 28, 2011
SLD.002.11:   November 26, 2011
SLD.001.11:   July 6, 2011
SLD.004.10:   April 5, 2010
SLD.003.10:   March 18, 2010
SLD.002.10:   March 12, 2010
SLD.006.09:   December 16, 2009
SLD.004.09:   June 5, 2009
SLD.001.09:   February 23, 2009
NR.123.08:   September 12, 2008
PARA.005.06:   March 17, 2006
PARA.006.06:   March 17, 2006
PARA.004.06:   March 14, 2006
PARA.003.06:   March 13, 2006
2017 Esso Cup: PAB 3, TRI 2 (Preliminary)
Soyko scored the game winner, Elek shut the door in the third.
2017 TELUS Cup: REG 6 – LED 4 (Preliminary)
The Pat Canadians used a four-goal second period to get win No. 1.
2017 Esso Cup: STA 7, DUR 3 (Preliminary)
Cassidy Maplethorpe scored twice and St. Albert are a perfect 5-0-0.
2017 TELUS Cup: SSF 6 – CAR 1 (Preliminary)
Dubé had a hat trick, and the Blizzard scored six unanswered goals.