2013-14 National Men's Team

2013-14 National Men's Team
The 47 players invited to Canada's National Men's Team orientation camp have combined for 96 gold medals in international competition, including 15 Olympic gold, 10 IIHF World Championship g...
Forty-six of the country’s top players, including 15 members of Canada’s 2010 Olympic gold medal-winning team, are at the home of Hockey Can...
Seven returnees from the team that won Canada's 12th Spengler Cup championship last year are among the 23 players named to the roster for th...
After leading Canada's National Men's Team to its 12th championship in 2012, Doug Shedden will be back behind the Canadian bench at the 2013...
Jacob Micflikier, Darren Haydar and Jason Williams all scored goals in the third period, but the Canadians came up one goal short in a 6-5 semifinal loss to HC Genève-Servette on Monday at the  Spengler Cup.
Jacob Micflikier and Byron Ritchie each scored twice, and Ahren Spylo added three assists to help Canada reach the semifinals at the 2013 Spengler Cup with a quarter-final win over the Rochester Americans.
Darren Haydar and Maxim Noreau scored in the third period to keep Canada close, but it will face the Rochester Americans in a Spengler Cup quarter-final on Sunday after a loss to the tournament hosts.
Byron Ritchie and Derrick Walser scored third-period goals to help Canada erase a one-goal deficit after 40 minutes and open the 2013 Spengler Cup with a 5-4 victory over Czech side HC Vitkovice Steel.

2017-18 NMT: CAN 3 – SUI 0 (Championship)
Poulin made 36 saves to backstop Canada to the Spengler Cup title.
2017-18 NMT - CAN 5 – MHK 2 (Semifinal)
Noreau had 1G 1A to help Canada reach another Spengler Cup final.
2017-18 NMT - CAN 4 – HCD 1 (Preliminary)
Ebbett had 2G and Poulin made 27 saves to send Canada to the semis.
2017-18 NMT - CAN 5 – MHK 1 (Preliminary)
McIntyre scored the GWG late, and Canada got a Spengler-starting win.
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