Janes is ALL IN as a champion of women’s hockey in Canada. With the help of Hockey Canada and TSN, we are committed to celebrating those involved in the women’s game from grassroots all the way to Team Canada. Our mission involves bringing both men’s and women’s players together to shine a light on the women’s game, helping it thrive from coast to coast to coast.

 We want to inspire the next generation of young girls with big dreams. We believe that what gets celebrated grows, and so we’re continuing to use the goalie mask as a beacon to celebrate our ALL IN commitment.

Following our Janes ALL IN Tribute Masks – worn during the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship – we are proud to have Team Canada’s goaltenders in new custom masks, designed by young Canadians through a nationwide contest, for the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship in Calgary, Alberta.

 
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A GOLDEN GAME REMEMBERED
Twenty years after it claimed a historic seventh-straight world title in Minneapolis, members of Canada’s 2001 National Women’s Team reunited to remember the road to gold.
Designers get Janes surprise
Paige and Madison will have their masks worn by Team Canada at the women's worlds in Calgary.
Where did they find inspiration? How did they react to the win? Meet the three teens behind the Team Canada masks.
Ann-Renée Desbiens, Emerance Maschmeyer and Kristen Campbell will be sporting new looks thanks to Janes.
Growing the women’s game
The women who wear the Maple Leaf strive to inspire the next generation of young girls, and Janes wants to help.
Goalies get the good news
Gauthier, Garand and Levi get an emotional surprise from their parents, who let them know they’ve made Team Canada.
The Janes ALL IN tribute masks will celebrate women’s hockey and help spark the conversation to support the game.
Twice an Olympic gold medallist, the former ‘Captain Canada’ remains an influential voice in the women’s game.
A Team Canada original, the two-time Olympic gold medallist has had a front-row seat to the evolution of the game.
A late-comer to the women’s game, the three-time Olympic gold medallist carved out a record-setting career in goal.
Twenty-eight years after she made history, the two-time world champion is inspiring a new generation of young girls.
The Team Canada legend is watching the women’s game grow from behind the bench, and says the best is yet to come.
A leader on the ice for 17 seasons, the four-time Olympic gold medallist remains at the forefront of women’s hockey.
Take a look back at the decorated careers of the six women’s hockey legends being celebrated through Janes All In.
Videos
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2021 WWC: Goalies look good with teen designs
Paige and Madison designed masks with (more than) a hint of Canada.
WJC: More than a mask
The Janes ALL IN masks will spark the conversation around women’s hockey.
NWT: A trip down memory lane with Janes
Take a look back at the careers of the six Janes All In honourees.
2019 HCF: Dreams Come True in Thunder Bay
The Hockey Canada Foundation partnered with Hockey Northwestern Ontario and PRO Kids to get 28 Thunder Bay-area kids into the game and on the ice.