Canada dominated the early years of Olympic hockey, winning gold at six of the first seven Games between 1920 and 1952. It has stood atop the podium at three of the last five Olympics – including ending a 50-year drought in 2002 and a home-ice victory in Vancouver in 2010 – and owns a record 16 Olympic hockey medals, nine of which are gold.

Olympic Winter Games (Men)
Beijing, CHN
February 9-19, 2022
Lausanne, SUI
January 9-22, 2020
PyeongChang, KOR
February 9-25, 2018
Lillehammer, NOR
February 12-21, 2016
Sochi, RUS
February 7-23, 2014
All-Time Results
Year Team Canada Gold Silver Bronze CAN Location
2022 Team Canada -- -- -- -- Beijing, CHN
2018 Team Canada OAR GER CAN 3rd PyeongChang, KOR
2014 Team Canada CAN SWE FIN 1st Sochi, RUS
2010 Team Canada CAN USA FIN 1st Vancouver, B.C.
2006 Team Canada SWE FIN CZE 7th Turin, ITA
2002 Team Canada CAN USA RUS 1st Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Team Canada CZE RUS FIN 4th Nagano, JPN
1994 Canada's National Men's Team SWE CAN FIN 2nd Lillehammer, NOR
1992 Canada's National Men's Team CIS CAN TCH 2nd Albertville, FRA
1988 Canada's National Men's Team URS FIN SWE 4th Calgary, Alta.
1984 Canada's National Men's Team URS TCH SWE 4th Sarajevo, YUG
1980 Canada's National Men's Team USA USR SWE 6th Lake Placid, N.Y.
1976 Did not participate URS TCH FRG -- Innsbruck, AUT
1972 Did not participate URS USA TCH -- Sapporo, JPN
1968 Canada's National Men's Team URS TCH CAN 3rd Grenoble, FRA
1964 Canada's National Men's Team URS SWE TCH 4th Innsbruck, AUT
1960 Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen USA CAN USR 2nd Squaw Valley, Calif.
1956 Kitchener-Waterloo Dutchmen URS USA CAN 3rd Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA
1952 Edmonton Mercurys CAN USA SWE 1st Oslo, NOR
1948 RCAF Flyers CAN TCH SUI 1st St. Moritz, SUI
1936 Port Arthur Bearcats GBR CAN USA 2nd Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
1932 The Winnipegs CAN USA GER 1st Lake Placid, N.Y.
1928 University of Toronto Grads CAN SWE SUI 1st St. Moritz, SUI
1924 Toronto Granites CAN USA GBR 1st Chamonix, FRA
1920 Winnipeg Falcons CAN USA TCH 1st Antwerp, BEL
Videos
Photos
2018 OLY: CAN 6 – CZE 4 (Bronze Medal)
Ebbett and Kelly scored two goals each to help Canada win bronze.
2018 OLY: GER 4 – CAN 3 (Semifinal)
Canada cut a three-goal deficit to one, but fell short in the semis.
2018 OLY: CAN 1 – FIN 0 (Quarter-Final)
Noreau scored early in the third, and Canada booked a semifinal spot.
2018 OLY: CAN 4 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
Four players scored and Poulin had the SO to send Canada to the QFs.
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