Are you looking for a fun, positive introduction to Canada’s game for your child? The NHL/NHLPA First Shift ensures new-to-hockey families experience the game at its best.
From No. 2 to No. 89, the inaugural PWHL Draft was all about Canadian women’s hockey – 48 players from eight Members.
Hockey Canada has announced a change to its Non-Sanctioned Leagues Policy ahead of the 2023-24 eligibility cut-off date.
Creating a Team Canada culture
As Canada’s National Para Hockey Team works towards the 2026 Paralympics, head coach Russ Herrington has put a focus on ‘Building Team Canada’ on and off the ice.
Engaging goalies in practice
Go on the ice with goalie coach Brad Kirkwood as he balances skills and fun during a Team Canada practice.
Together in Kananaskis
Para evaluation camp wrapped up with a trip to beautiful Kananaskis Country for an Amazing Race-style team-builder.
From upcoming training opportunities to ideas for skills and drills, Hockey Canada has a variety of resources available for coaches of all levels across the country.
The IIHF has licenced 58 Canadian officials for international events around the world during the 2023-24 season.
Hockey Canada’s first Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Path Forward will help the work to drive long-term change.
Apple picking with the Brock Jr. Badgers
Canada’s National Women’s Team joined the U15 A Brock Jr. Badgers to go apple picking, with all the fruit collected donated to food banks in the St. Catharines area.
Independent Safe Sport Complaint Process
2023 NWU18T USA Series: CAN 5 – USA 2 (Game 3)
Kraemer tallies four points to lead Canada over the United States.
2023 NWDT vs. the U.S Series : USA 4 – CAN 3 (Game 3)
Palumbo, Amos, and Iginla scored but Canada lose the finale.
2023 NWDT vs. the U.S Series : USA 4 – CAN 3 (Game 2)
Labad, Wozniewicz and Newhook scored but Canada drop Game 2.
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Hockey Canada acknowledges with respect, the history, spirituality, and culture of the First Nations and peoples on whose traditional territories we gather and whose ancestors signed Treaties with our ancestors.

We recognize also, the Inuit and Métis whose ancestors shared this land and these waters.

May we all, as Treaty People, live with respect on this land, and live in peace and friendship with all its diverse peoples.

This recognition and respect for Indigenous Peoples and their lands is a key towards reconciliation.

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