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HC AMBASSADOR: RICHARD POWELL
Richard Powell first got involved in minor hockey in Dawson Creek simply to be part of his kids’ experience, but he ended up a community leader in and out of the game.
A night for the next generation
Officials Appreciation Night in Calgary included 120 young referees and linesmen learning on and off the ice.
HC Ambassador: Doug Lowther
Doug Lowther has spent more than 30 years as a coach, and half of it has been introducing young players to the game.
FROM LOVING THE GAME TO PLAYING IT
As the son of Indian immigrants, hockey wasn’t the first sport Bobby Sahni played. But it’s the one he has always loved, and he is sharing that passion with his children.
Tom talks safety in our game
The CEO and Dr. Mark Aubry, CMO of Hockey Canada, discuss our role as a world leader in concussion awareness.
Line Laurendeau has two loves in life – hockey and the Canadian Forces – that have helped shape the person she is.
With a calming influence and an ability to connect with generations of young players, Bob Agnew has spent 30+ years as a respected hockey ambassador in Morden, Man.
The special needs hockey program in Sydney, N.S., helps kids build social confidence and improve their on-ice skills.
HC Ambassador: Shellany Brewer
Girls were choosing to leave hockey until Shellany Brewer created the Central Female Hockey Association in New Brunwick.
THE WOMEN’S GAME WITH TOM’S TALKS
The CEO sits down with women’s teams director Gina Kingsbury to discuss how the game continues to evolve and how the uncertainty impacts the national team this season.
A desire to grow women’s hockey in B.C. led to the founding of the Capital Region Female Minor Hockey Association.
Nunavut's historic debut victory at the 2019 Canada Winter Games is inspiring young boys and girls in the territory.
HC AMBASSADOR: ROY SAKAKI
Roy Sakaki loves being around the game as much as anyone, and to the hockey community in Salmon Arm, B.C., there is no one more important than its own ‘Mr. Hockey.’
Tom talks coaching
As part of National Coaches Week, the CEO sits down with Calgary Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson to talk coaching.
Inspired by Carey Price, 14-year-old Ethan Kowatsch is creating positive change in First Nations communities.
HALF-ICE BENEFITS WITH TOM’S TALKS
The CEO sits down with Jason deVos, director of development with Canada Soccer, to discuss how small-area games have been benefiting the development of young athletes.
After a fire devastated the Barho family, Jill Saulnier organized a charity game to support the Syrian refugees.
From floorball and MMA to shooting and scoring, students got the full experience at the first Strathmore Hockey Summit.
STICKS IN FOR CHARITY
Motivated by a family road hockey game, Olympic silver medallist Laura Stacey created Sticks In for Charity to help keep kids active and get more girls on the ice.
The CEO encourages free play this summer, to let children expand their imagination and reset for a new hockey season.
Remembering the Broncos
One year after tragedy struck, Hockey Canada is proud to be part of a community that came together to support Humboldt.
As the 2018-19 season draws to a close, CEO Tom Renney has some tips on what should be part of a conversation with an athlete to ensure they continue to enjoy the game.
Keeping the rink a destination for everyone and celebrating events that have done so are the February focus for the CEO.
Leaving a legacy
Fort St. James, B.C., and the Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation are celebrating the revitalization of an outdoor rink.
Celebrating success on the world stage, the CEO highlights the golden moment by Canada’s U18 women and the enormous support for the IIHF World Junior Championship.
50 years of Goodwill
A half-century later, the Goodwill Games are still giving Peewee players a chance to see the country and play the game.
Making a difference
A program in Saint John, N.B., is giving kids every opportunity possible to play hockey and improve their lives.
GETTING BACK IN THE GAME
After a cancer battle and the loss of his right leg, 13-year-old Alex Luey is on the ice again and meeting members of Team Canada who have overcome similar challenges.
Sharing the love of the game
Teachers are using hockey as a lesson in Canadiana, and providing new experiences for their multicultural students.

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