2018-19 National Men's Team

Shea Theodore opened the scoring midway through the first period, but Canada was left with silver at the 2019 IIHF World Championship after a 3-1 loss to Finland.
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The only three-time WJC gold medallist, Jason Botterill is looking for a golden celebration as management at worlds.
For Jonathan Marchessault, it was all about tenacity and talent to earn a full-time NHL job and a spot on Team Canada.
Raised on the farms of small-town Alberta, Dave Hakstol and Lindy Ruff are sharing the Team Canada bench in Slovakia.
Three past gold-medallists and three returnees are among the 22 players who will wear the Maple Leaf in Slovakia.
Alain Vigneault will lead Team Canada in Slovakia, alongside assistants Dave Hakstol, Kirk Muller and Lindy Ruff.
A trio of current and former NHL GMs will lead the way in Slovakia – Jason Botterill, Ron Francis and Ron Hextall.
Five returnees and three Olympic bronze medallists will lead Canada in its chase for a fourth-consecutive Spengler Cup.
Sean Burke and Ron Francis will lead as co-GMs, with Kevin Dineen behind the bench as head coach.
Murray made 40 saves to backstop Canada into the gold medal game.
Severson tied it late and Stone scored in OT to give Canada the win.
Murray stopped 28 shots to backstop Canada to top spot in Group A.
Reinhart scored 2G and Marchessault had 1G 1A in another Canadian win.
Stone had a hat trick and Mantha scored twice in a win over Germany.
Mantha scored two more goals to lead Canada to a third-straight win.
Stone scored on the PP with 1.8 seconds left to give Canada the win.
Mantha produced two goals and three assists in a win over the Brits.
Marchessault scored, but Canada was downed in its worlds opener.
Turris, Marchessault and Mantha had 1G 1A each in the victory.
Winnik scored, but Canada was edged in an eight-round shootout.
Boychuk had 2G 1A in the first 13 minutes to send Canada to the final.
Fabbro scored a pair of goals to lead Canada into the semifinals.
Boychuk and D’Agostini scored, and Canada hung on to edge the hosts.
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Cozens and Dubois scored goals, but Canada finished fourth in Prague.
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Tanev and Tavares scored, but Canada fell in a semifinal shootout.
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Paul recorded 2G 1A to help Canada punch its ticket to the semifinals.
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