2021-22 National Junior Team

Kent Johnson was the overtime hero, scoring the game-winning goal 3:20 into extra time, and Canada beat Finland 3-2 to win its 19th gold at the IIHF World Junior Championship.

Post-Game: CAN 3, FIN 2 OT (Gold)


Post-Game: CAN 5, CZE 2 (Semifinal)


Post-Game: CAN 6, SUI 3 (Quarterfinal)


While the season changed, the love of the game did not. To everyone who made the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship a tournament to remember, we say thank you.
Johnson caps wild season
From World Juniors to World Juniors, Kent Johnson has accomplished a career’s worth in eight whirlwind months.
Zack Ostapchuk achieved his goal of playing in the World Juniors and will make his international debut close to home.
With a full-time job, being a full-time student and officiating for the WHL on his plate, Kyle Kowalski is a busy man.
His path to Team Canada is unique, but Brett Brochu has never failed to find the silver linings anywhere he has played.
After making Canada’s National Junior Team, Logan Stankoven used the experience to help him to a red-hot finish.
Giving back to Tsuut’ina
With Team Canada skating on the Tsuut’ina Nation, its coaches got on the ice with young Indigenous players.
Journey to WJC: Seeley
From a simple start in Olds, Alta., to Team Canada, Ronan Seeley has carried his family and his community with him.
Journey to WJC: Cormier
Lukas Cormier has his family, his hometown, his province, Acadians and all of Atlantic Canada behind him in Edmonton.
Journey begins for juniors
The road to World Juniors is underway for Team Canada, which touched down in Calgary to begin its preparations.
Twenty-five players – from seven Members – will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Golden at IIHF worlds, Cole Perfetti and Owen Power want to ride that experience to another world title in Edmonton.
Four Edmonton Oil Kings are taking home-ice advantage to new heights at the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship.
When art reflects life
Indigenous artist Jason Carter designed and painted each of the Player of the Game sticks for the World Juniors.
The Night Before Juniors
Before the puck drops on the IIHF World Junior Championship, check out a new spin on an old holiday classic.
Hockey Canada’s first 50/50 draw in Alberta supports youth mental health with the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation.
A Rocky Mountain road trip
Ahead of the World Juniors, Team Canada escaped to beautiful Banff, Alta., for practices, bonding and mountain air.
Team Canada comes together
It’s the door knock every player wants to receive. Team Canada is set, and the work begins on the road to the WJC.
Twenty-five players – representing seven Members – will wear the Maple Leaf at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Welcome to Calgary!
Selection camp got off to a fast start with the arrival of 34 WJC hopefuls to Calgary, meetings and the first skates.
Our Game, presented by TELUS, follows Team Canada from selection camp through the gold medal game in Edmonton.
Thank you, Tsuut’ina Nation
Hockey Canada is grateful to the Tsuut’ina Nation in Treaty 7 Territory for hosting the men’s Summer Showcase.
Dave Cameron will take charge of Team Canada, working alongside Michael Dyck, Louis Robitaille and Dennis Williams
The potential NHL first-rounder talks about his journey, and how he has been getting ready to take the next step.
The 2021 Stanley Cup Final features 26 players who wore their country’s colours at the IIHF World Junior Championship.
Johnson scored and set up two more to send Canada to play for gold.
Stankoven finished with 2G 1A to help Canada into the semifinals.
Zellweger set up three goals as Canada finished a perfect prelims.
McTavish scored twice more to help Canada stay atop Group A.
McTavish had four goals and two assists to lead Canada to the win.
Bedard, Greig and Dufour had 1G 1A each as Canada opened with a win.
Gaucher and McTavish scored 0:34 apart early, and Canada held on.
Bedard became the sixth with four goals in a win over Austria.
Power scored a hat trick as Canada opened with a win in Edmonton.
McTavish scored twice and added an assist as Canada beat Russia.
Seven players scored goals as Canada closed selection camp with a win.
Bedard posted 2G 1A to give Canada the first win at selection camp.
Ceulemans scored 51 seconds into OT to give White a wild win.
Bolduc scored twice in the first period to help Red to the win.
Zachary L’Heureux scored the winner to get White the series split.
Perfetti’s power-play goal helped Red to the first intrasquad win.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Gold Medal)
Kingsmill was sensational, backstopping Canada to a world title.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – CHN 1 (Semifinal)
Kovacevich and Cozzolino scored to send Canada to play for gold.
2024 WPHC: CAN 5 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Dunn and McGregor had 2G each as Canada capped a perfect prelims.
2024 WPHC: CAN 10 – ITA 0 (Preliminary)
McGregor scored four goals to help Canada to its second win.