2017-18 National Men's Team

2017-18 National Men's Team

Marc-Édouard Vlasic tied the game late in the second period, but Canada wrapped up the 2018 IIHF World Championship with a 4-1 loss to the U.S. in the bronze medal game.
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Jerseys worn by Team Canada in Denmark will be up for auction at eBay.ca from May 15-20, to support grassroots hockey.
The first group named for the IIHF World Championship includes five players who have won gold medals in recent years.
Bill Peters will lead Canada at the 2018 IIHF World Championship, joined on the bench by Bob Boughner and Mike Yeo.
Sean Burke, Martin Brodeur will serve as co-GMs for Canada at the IIHF World Championship, beginning May 4 in Denmark.
The 20 players include five returnees as Canada looks to three-peat in Davos and narrow the field for PyeongChang.
Canada will send a 25-player roster to compete in Moscow, part of the ongoing evaluation for the PyeongChang Games.
The ongoing evaluation of Canadian talent for PyeongChang continues, with 26 players wearing red and white from Nov. 8-12.
GM Sean Burke and head coach Willie Desjardins will lead Team Canada through the 2017-18 season and into Pyeongchang.
Horvat and Parayko scored goals, but Canada will play for bronze.
O’Reilly scored the overtime winner, sending Canada to the semifinals.
Nugent-Hopkins had 1G 1A and Kuemper made 12 saves for the shutout.
McDavid scored the overtime winner as Canada topped Latvia at worlds.
Pageau scored the lone goal as Canada fell to the Finns in Herning.
McDavid had a hat trick as Canada won its third straight at worlds.
Nugent-Hopkins scored twice to help Canada past the hosts at worlds.
McElhinney got the shutout as Canada blanked Korea for its first win.
Parayko tied the game in the third, but Canada fell in a shootout.
The Pageau-Horvat-Dubois line combined for six points in the win.
Poulin made 36 saves to backstop Canada to the Spengler Cup title.
Noreau had 1G 1A to help Canada reach another Spengler Cup final.
Ebbett had 2G and Poulin made 27 saves to send Canada to the semis.
McIntyre scored the GWG late, and Canada got a Spengler-starting win.
Ellison scored on the PP, but Canada fell to the Czechs in Moscow.
Gragnani and Wolski scored 1:42 apart to send Canada to the victory.
Brulé, Noreau and Thomas scored, but Canada lost its Karjala finale.
Scrivens made 19 saves, but Canada ran into a red-hot Swedish goalie.
O’Dell and Ellison scored 60 seconds apart in the Karjala-opening win.
Gordon and Garbutt had 1G 1A apiece, helping Canada win its finale.
Scrivens made 22 saves, but Canada couldn’t find the back of the net.
Beck scored twice, and Canada netted three PP goals to get the win.
Raymond scored two, including a lacrosse-style winner, to lead Canada.
Noreau and Brule scored, but Canada fell a goal short against Russia.
Blacker scored in OT, Peters had the SO and Canada beat the hosts.
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2018 MWC: USA 4 – CAN 1 (Bronze)
Vlasic scored, but Canada dropped the bronze medal game to U.S.
2018 MWC: SUI 3 – CAN 2 (Semifinal)
Horvat and Parayko scored goals, but Canada will play for bronze.
2018 MWC: CAN 5 – RUS 4 OT (Quarter-final)
O’Reilly scored the overtime winner, sending Canada to the semifinals.
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