Directory of Canada's National Hockey Teams

Canada's national women's, men's and para hockey teams proudly represent our country and wear the Maple Leaf in IIHF and IPC world championships, Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, and international hockey events around the world. 

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Since 1990, Canada's National Women's Team has found unparalleled success on the international stage, including 11 gold medals at the IIHF Women's World Championship and four Olympic gold medals.
Founded in 1963 by Father David Bauer, Canada’s National Men’s Team was a full-time program from 1963-68 and 1983-2000, giving Canada a constant presence at major international events around the world.
The final step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence, Canada's National Junior Team has found record-setting success at the IIHF World Junior Championship since the first year of the POE in 1982, winning 20 gold medals.
The second step in Hockey Canada’s women’s high-performance program, Canada's National Women’s Development Team competes annually in a three-game summer series against the United States.
The first step in Hockey Canada’s women’s high-performance program, Canada's National Women’s Under-18 Team competes in a three-game summer series against the U.S., and at the IIHF U18 Women's World Championship.
The second step in Hockey Canada's Program of Excellence, Canada's National Men's Under-18 Team participates in the summer Hlinka Gretzky Cup and IIHF U18 World Championship.
Since coming fully under the Hockey Canada umbrella in 2004, Canada’s National Para Hockey Team has won gold at the Paralympics, IPC World Para Hockey Championship and Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup.
Canada's women won silver in their debut at the Olympics in 1998 and again in 2018, bookending four consecutive gold medals in 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014.
Canada dominated the early years of Olympic hockey, winning gold at six of the first seven Games between 1920 and 1952, and has won three of the last five, including home-ice gold in Vancouver, B.C., in 2010.
From Paul Henderson to Brad Marchand, from 1972 to 2016, from the Summit Series to the World Cup, Canada has often been on top of the best-on-best tournaments that have dotted the history of international hockey.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Gold Medal)
Kingsmill was sensational, backstopping Canada to a world title.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – CHN 1 (Semifinal)
Kovacevich and Cozzolino scored to send Canada to play for gold.
2024 WPHC: CAN 5 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Dunn and McGregor had 2G each as Canada capped a perfect prelims.