2015-16 National Men's Team

2015-16 National Men's Team
Connor McDavid and Matt Duchene scored and Cam Talbot made 16 saves as Canada shut out Finland 2-0 to defend its gold medal at the 2016 IIHF World Championship.
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The last time the worlds came to Russia, an unforgettable goal capped an undefeated run and Canada brought home gold.
Matt Duchene, Taylor Hall and Ryan O’Reilly are sharing their experiences in the hopes of winning back-to-back gold.
Sixteen months after winning World Juniors gold, Max Domi, Connor McDavid and Sam Reinhart are back in red and white.
Jerseys worn by Canada at the 2016 IIHF World Championship will be auctioned off in support of the grassroots game.
The oldest member of Canada’s blue-line corps in Russia, Chris Tanev brings up the rear in national team experience.
Canada will defend its world title with a roster that includes 18 appearances at the World Juniors, and six gold medals.
Canada will open defence of its IIHF World Championship gold medal when it takes on the U.S. on May 6 in St. Petersburg.
The roster includes three returnees from 2014, and three who won the tournament last year with Genève-Servette HC.
Ellis got the winner early in the third, sending Canada to the final.
Scheifele and Stone had three points each to lead Canada to the semis.
Canada outshot Finland but fell in its preliminary round finale.
Stone and Perry had a goal and an assist each, and Canada won again.
Five players scored and Talbot made 18 saves in a win over Slovakia.
Hall scored twice as Canada improved to 4-0 at the worlds on Thursday.
Duchene had a goal and two assists, and Canada blanked Belarus.
Matheson had three points as Canada got its second win at the worlds.
Duchene had a goal and an assist to lead Canada in its worlds opener.
Cam Talbot and Calvin Pickard combined on a 22-save shutout, helping Canada to a pre-worlds win.
Matt D’Agostini scored the winner with 11:47 left, giving Canada its 13th Spengler Cup title.
Matt Ellison scored twice and set up Cory Conacher for the GWG to help Canada advance to the final.
Jeff Glass made 21 saves for the shutout, and Canada blanked the hosts to earn a semifinal spot.
Trevor Carrick and Cory Conacher scored goals to help Canada to a win in its Spengler Cup opener.
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2017-18 NWT: USA 5 – CAN 2 (Exhibition)
Canada dropped Game 1 of its six-game pre-Olympic series with the U.S.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 9 – AIR 1 (Exhibition)
Saulnier and Johnston had 2G each to help Canada win its Esso opener.
2017-18 NWT: NOR 4 – CAN 0 (Icebreaker)
Lacasse made 22 saves, but Canada was blanked in the tournament final.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 3 – ROY 1 (Icebreaker)
Poulin scored twice in the third period to send Canada to the win.
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