Loving the island life

Despite growing up without access to ice in tropical Turks and Caicos, 15-year-old Zack Vermeulen is quickly rising through the minor hockey ranks on Vancouver Island. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Class of 2021 unveiled for Order of Hockey in Canada

Three individuals that have made outstanding contributions to the game of hockey will have their successes immortalized by Hockey Canada this year. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Six Questions with Paul Jerrard

The University of Nebraska-Omaha assistant coach talks about his path in the game, getting more Black coaches behind the bench, and advice for the next generation. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Just be kind

On Pink Shirt Day, 2018 Olympic silver medallist Jill Saulnier talks about getting more women and girls involved in sports, and what needs to be done to #EndBullying. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

In My Own Words: Noah Warren

Like a lot of junior hockey players, I have big goals for my hockey career. But there’s one that’s more important to me than anything else. I want to be a role model for young Black kids. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Alan Millar joins Hockey Canada as Director of Player Personnel

Hockey Canada announced the hiring of Alan Millar (Tottenham, Ont.) as its new director of player personnel within the Program of Excellence (POE), effective March 1. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

“If not now, then when?”

Inspired by hockey’s racial reckoning, Rane Carnegie is carrying on his family’s legacy and working to get his trailblazing grandfather into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

The power of Pond to Podium

Over 6,100 participants gleaned knowledge from Team Canada players and staff during the Pond to Podium Development Series, and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

In My Own Words: Akilah Thomas

The mother of 2020 World Juniors hero Akil Thomas talks about her life as a hockey mom, her reaction to her son’s goal, and what the game has meant to her and her family. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

“You always have to keep on persevering”

Fourteen-year-old Léa Borno, a U15 skater with the Association de hockey féminin de Laval, shares her love for the game and the life lessons hockey has taught her. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A living legacy

The roots of the Colored Hockey League of the Maritimes run deep in the game’s past and present, and could help shape the future – even 90 years after its final game. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey Canada statement on spring 2021 national championships

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the decision has been made to cancel all spring 2021 national championships, including the Esso Cup, TELUS Cup, Centennial Cup, presented by Tim Hortons, and Allan Cup. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A life well lived

He was the first Black player to sign a National Hockey League contract – with Detroit in 1955 – but the story of John Utendale goes far beyond what he did on the ice. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Building towards Beijing

Three-hundred-and-sixty-six days away from the start of the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, the management group for Canada’s Men’s Olympic Team is off and running on the road to Beijing. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey Canada names Men’s Olympic Team management group for Beijing 2022

Hockey Canada has announced the management group that will build Canada’s Men’s Olympic Team at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, China, if NHL players are able to participate. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Assist Fund in Action – J.J.’s story

J.J. Prokosh shares a special bond with his mom Tasha on and off the ice. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

In My Own Words: Darren Lowe

The first Black player to represent Canada at the Olympics looks back on his journey in the game, from neighbourhood rinks to Sarajevo and the University of Toronto. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Looking at leadership

Leadership has never been an issue for Canada’s National Women’s Team. From St-Louis to Brisson to Campbell to Wickenheiser to Poulin, Team Canada history is dotted with strong women who led the way on and off the ice. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Spirit of the Season

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Focused on health and safety

Hockey Canada is going back to the bubble and providing the safest environment possible as 49 athletes gather this week in Calgary for a pair of national team camps. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more