2021-22 National Junior Team

Team Canada 50/50 - Win Bigger Than Ever!


Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) announced Dec. 29 the cancellation of the 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship. The decision was made with the support of Hockey Canada to ensure the health and safety of all participants.

Due to the cancellation of the tournament, and in consultation with AGLC, the remaining World Juniors 50/50 draws starting Dec. 30 have been cancelled. 

Tickets for the World Juniors 50/50 draws on Dec. 29 will close at the regularly scheduled times. All tickets purchased up until that time will be included in the final draw.

Through a partnership with the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation, Hockey Canada’s pre-tournament 50/50 draw in Alberta will support child and adolescent mental health.

Benefactors and Legacy

All net proceeds from the purchase of 2022 IIHF World Junior Championship 50/50 tickets will remain in the province in which they are purchased. Funds are invested in youth hockey programs, hosting opportunities and infrastructure improvements that enable more young Canadians to get involved in the game and improve their quality of life. When you purchase a 50/50 ticket, you are helping Make Hockey More by providing opportunities for kids in your province to create more friendships, inspire more diversity and launch more hockey dreams.

Hockey Canada is proud to work with its partners to build on the legacy of hosting major international events in Canada. This includes more than $40 million generated through the 50/50 programs at the 2021 World Juniors and 2021 IIHF Women’s World Championship, directly benefitting grassroots hockey in Alberta.

In addition, tournaments like the IIHF World Junior Championship bring economic prosperity to the communities that host them, in the form of jobs, hotel nights, meals, tourism, etc. The 2022 World Juniors will be the first international hockey event in Canada to welcome fans since the 2019 World Juniors in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C., which generated more than $50 million in economic activity for the host province.

Winning Numbers

Province Number Jackpot Prize Winner
December 23, 2021

Alberta

A-100491029 $348,280 $174,140 Dee O'Neill

British Columbia

100012422 $5,460 $2,730 Tamara Rotach

Manitoba

9952026 $2,090 $1,045 Kerri Moroz

Ontario

390698612 $7,630 $3,815 Rees Greenberg

Saskatchewan

100044303 $16,920 $8,460 Wendy Engedahl
December 26, 2021

Alberta

A-102266363 $647,500 $323,750 Matthew Chichak

British Columbia

100034252 $12,270 $6,135 Kelli Maskiewich

Manitoba

99205002 $7,900 $3,950 Geoff Davison

Ontario

180470579 $16,260 $8,130 Norm Lalonde

Saskatchewan

100004496 $23,750 $11,875 Angela McDonald
December 28, 2021

Alberta

B-101717618 $875,650 $437,825 Dave Combrie

British Columbia

100001030 $15,730 $7,865 Brent Munro

Manitoba

99300149 $8,300 $4,150 Darcy Dupuis

Ontario

220249241 $19,030 $9,515 Jeff Dubrick

Saskatchewan

100070159 $21,420 $10,710 Lisa Willows
December 29, 2021

Alberta

A-100252897 $311,270 $155,635 Mark Semchuk

British Columbia

100017495 $5,020 $2,510 Mara Bell

Manitoba

99529045 $5,480 $2,740 Jayson Gayle

Ontario

526941773 $5,290 $2,645 Patrick Herold

Saskatchewan

100010810 $10,020 $5,010 Matthew Flynn
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