2021-22 National Men's Team

Get your bids in by May 30 to take home a game-worn Team Canada jersey from the 2022 IIHF Men’s World Championship in Finland.
The medal round continues at worlds, with Canada riding the momentum from its quarterfinal comeback into the semifinals.
Cole Sillinger has the legacy of his father to contend with at worlds, but it is a challenge he is happy to take on.
Thomas Chabot will captain Canada’s National Men’s Team, joined by alternates Anderson, Dubois, Lowry and Severson.
Five previous IIHF World Championship participants are among the 24 players who will wear the Maple Leaf in Finland.
Shane Doan, Rick Nash and Scott Salmond will lead Team Canada in Finland, while Claude Julien will serve as head coach.
Hockey Canada has made the difficult decision to withdraw from the 2021 Spengler Cup due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Landon Ferraro scored the lone goal as Canada closed out the Channel One Cup with a 4-1 loss to Finland on Saturday.
Twenty-six players from eight Members have been named to Canada’s National Men’s Team for the 2021 Channel One Cup.
Dubois scored twice to help Canada finish prelims with a win.
Comtois and Graves scored goals, but Canada fell to the Danes.
Thompson made 21 saves, but Canada took its first loss at worlds.
Cozens scored a hat trick as Canada improved to 4-0 in the prelims.
Pierre-Luc Dubois scored twice in Canada’s third straight worlds win.
Anderson and Mayo had two points each as Canada won again at worlds.
Dubois scored twice, leading Canada to an opening win at worlds.

Gormley, Genoway and O’Dell helped Canada past the Swedes.

Canada got within one late, but dropped its Channel One Cup opener.
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2022 MWC: CAN 4 – SWE 3 OT (Quarterfinal)
Batherson scored to complete the Canadian comeback in the quarters.
2022 MWC: CAN 7 – FRA 1 (Preliminary)
Dubois scored twice to help Canada finish prelims with a win.
2022 MWC: DEN 3 – CAN 2 (Preliminary)
Comtois and Graves scored goals, but Canada fell to the Danes.
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