2016 World Cup of Hockey

Brad Marchand scored shorthanded with 44 seconds left in regulation as Canada completed a perfect run with a 2-1 win over Team Europe to win the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
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No stranger to international success, Matt Duchene wants an eighth Team Canada triumph at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Jay Bouwmeester and Joe Thornton helped Canada win the 2004 World Cup; 12 years later they return to defend the title.
The 16 alumni named to Team Canada for the World Cup combined to win 17 gold at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Back-to-back world champion Ryan O’Reilly has been added to Canada’s roster for the World Cup, replacing Tyler Seguin.
Four months after captaining Canada to worlds gold, Corey Perry has been added to Canada’s roster, replacing Jeff Carter.
Sidney Crosby will again wear the ‘C’ for Team Canada at the World Cup, joined by alternates Jonathan Toews and Shea Weber.
2004 World Cup champion Jay Bouwmeester has been added to Canada’s roster for the 2016 tournament, replacing Duncan Keith.
Logan Couture has been added to the Team Canada roster for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey, replacing an injured Jamie Benn.
Of the first 128 players named for the World Cup, 107 represented their country at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Olympic gold medals? 19. Worlds gold? Five. World juniors gold? 13. The first players named to Team Canada have had success.
Mike Babcock can add a World Cup to his collection as Canada’s head coach, joined by a veteran group of assistant coaches.
Doug Armstrong will lead Team Canada as GM, joined by Marc Bergevin, Rob Blake, Ken Holland, Bob Murray and Scott Salmond.
Carey Price made 32 saves and Canada took Game 1 in the best-of-three World Cup of Hockey final.
Brad Marchand scored two goals to lead Canada past Russia and into the World Cup final.
Jonathan Toews scored twice, Corey Crawford made 19 saves and Canada secured top spot in Group A.
Matt Duchene led the way with two goals and Canada secured a spot in the World Cup semifinals.
Sidney Crosby and Brad Marchand each had a goal and two assists as Canada won its World Cup opener.
Ryan Getzlaf scored the winner 3:29 into overtime to give Canada the pre-World Cup victory.
John Tavares scored twice on the power play to lead Canada to a pre-World Cup win on Saturday.
Patrice Bergeron and Drew Doughty scored, but Canada dropped its pre-World Cup opener to the U.S.
2016-17 NMT: CAN 5 – HCL 2 (Championship)
Three second-period goals helped Canada to its 14th Spengler Cup.
2016-17 NMT: CAN 3 – MIN 2 (Semifinal)
Marc-Antoine Pouliot had three points, and Canada advanced to the Spengler Cup championship game.
2016-17 NMT: CAN 5 – MHK 1 (Quarter-Final)
Raymond, Gormley and Ebbett had 1G 2A each, and Canada advanced.
2016-17 NMT - CAN 4 – HCD 3 (Preliminary)
Ebbett scored the winner, and Canada edged the Spengler Cup hosts.
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