2019-20 National Men's U18 Team

National Men’s Under-18 Team | 2020 IIHF U18 World Championship

Quinton Byfield and Jean-Luc Foudy scored the goals and Canada racked up 37 shots, but it was left with silver at the 2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup after a 3-2 loss to Russia.
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Humour, generosity and professionalism have endeared Kevin Elliott to his colleagues and the players he has helped guide.
Twenty-two players – two with U18 worlds experience – will wear the Maple Leaf as Canada chases Hlinka Gretzky gold.
The quest for a 23rd summer U18 gold medal at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup begins with 44 hopefuls gathering in Calgary.
Kirby Dach was the first of 69 Canadians who heard their names called at the 2019 NHL Draft, most of any country.
Michael Dyck will take the reins of Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team in place of the departed Dan Lambert.
The nation’s top young netminders will be in the spotlight in Calgary at a pair of goaltending camps in early June.
Dale Hunter and Dan Lambert will lead Canada’s junior and summer under-18 teams into international competition.
Martin Mondou, Alan Millar and Mark Hunter will oversee Canada’s U17, U18 and U20 programs next season.
Perfetti delivered two regulation goals and three shootout tallies.
Lapierre finished with 1G 2A to help Canada to a perfect prelims.
Perfetti had two goals and two assists to send Canada past the Swiss.
Perfetti and Jarvis had two goals each to help Canada blank the Finns.
Foudy had a goal and an assist to help Canada to a pre-Hlinka victory.
Sourdif got the winner late to help White come back for the victory.
Perreault opened and closed the scoring for White in its second win.
Four different goal scorers helped White to the first intrasquad win.
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2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: RUS 3 – CAN 2 (Gold Medal)
Byfield and Foudy scored, but Canada was left with a silver medal.
2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: CAN 3 – SWE 2 SO (Semifinal)
Perfetti delivered two regulation goals and three shootout tallies.
2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: CAN 7 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Lapierre finished with 1G 2A to help Canada to a perfect prelims.