Raphaël Lavoie scored twice, including the game-winning goal, leading Canada to a back-and-forth 6-4 win over the United States to open the IIHF U18 World Championship.
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The Stoney Creek Generals scored the final four goals to beat the Lacombe Generals 7-4 and claim the 110th Allan Cup.
Fans can now purchase 7- and 10-game ticket packages to see the world’s best under-18 players this August in Edmonton.
Hockey Canada extends its deepest sympathies to the Broncos organization, the families, the friends, the fans and entire Humboldt community following the tragic accident.
It’s National Volunteer Week, which means an opportunity to recognize the contributions of thousands of Canadians who make hockey happen in every corner of the country.
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The CEO answers questions from the hockey community, talking Initiation and the continued growth of Canadian hockey.
The first group named for the IIHF World Championship includes five players who have won gold medals in recent years.
It took 62 days and 179 games from Shawnigan Lake to Mount Pearl, but six teams have survived the Road to the Esso Cup and will compete for gold in Bridgewater, N.S.
After 64 days and 427 games, six teams have survived the Road to the TELUS Cup and punched their tickets to Sudbury.
73 days from puck drop in Chilliwack, B.C., the Road to the RBC Cup is underway. Follow along as 132 teams become five.
Just over a year from the first drop of the puck in Vancouver and Victoria, full-tournament ticket packages are now available for the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Bill Peters will lead Canada at the 2018 IIHF World Championship, joined on the bench by Bob Boughner and Mike Yeo.
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An accident left her young hockey career in doubt, but the eight-year-old Nova Scotian never took no for an answer.
2018 U18WC: CAN 6 – USA 4 (Preliminary)
Lavoie scored twice to lead Canada past the U.S. in the worlds opener.
2018 PARA: USA 2 – CAN 1 OT (Gold Medal)
Billy Bridges scored, but Canada dropped a narrow OT decision in the Paralympic gold medal game.
2018 PARA: CAN 7 – KOR 0 (Semifinal)
McGregor had 2G 2A to send Canada to play for Paralympic gold.
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