Staying active over the summer

Warm weather means school is out for summer. As time away from studies and the rink begins for Hockey Canada Skills Academy students across the country, the anticipation for the next hockey season has already begun. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Inspiring instructors with innovation

The 19th Hockey Canada Skills Academy (HCSA) summer seminar is a return to traditional roots. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Finding new ways to win

Keyanna Lea has been doing a lot of winning lately, both on the ice and behind the bench. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Dynamic duo headed to the Hall

Two standout Canadians will be represented when the Class of 2022 goes into the Hockey Hall of Fame this fall. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Embracing the ‘old normal’

Throughout the 2021-22 school year, a return to normalcy grew across Canada – and with it a clear majority of Hockey Canada Skills Academy (HCSA) school programs had the greenlight to return to pre-2020 practices. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A comeback for the ages

It was an unexpected start for Canada’s National Men’s Team at the 2021 IIHF World Championship and not the good kind. Losses to Latvia, the United States and Germany put the Canadians in an unfamiliar position – an 0-3 record and a steep hill to climb back into playoff contention, let alone to think about Read more

Doing things “Our Way”

While all great teams face obstacles on route to the top, few teams can say they were able to navigate them as well as Canada’s National Women’s Team. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Fighting Walleye celebrate Indigenous culture

Trenton Morriseau says games like the Orange Wave Night are special, but he knows healing — and growth — when it comes Indigenous relations in Canada is a process. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

The life of Lanny

There’s a photo of Lanny McDonald from 1989 that has become synonymous with the sacrifice it takes to win the Stanley Cup. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

When opportunity knocks

Kim St-Pierre remembers sitting on the couch in her home in Châteauguay, Quebec. It’s February 1998, the middle of the night, and her mom wants her to watch a hockey game being played halfway around world in Nagano, Japan. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

My father, my friend

The view of life through a child’s eyes often conjures a unique perspective. It’s usually an untainted lens of innocence and fondness with a charming projection. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Finding her place in the game

Great leaders tend to brush off admiration, recognition and the spotlight. They immediately give credit to others who have helped them along the way. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A fierce fighter for the women’s game

There’s purpose behind the name of Amy Doerksen’s hockey camp. The inaugural event, held in early June in Brandon, Man., was a smashing success and included over 130 young girls, being taught on-ice skills by 12 coaches with an array of experience, those from the grassroots level of the game right up to elite AAA Read more

Sharing her passion for hockey

Just a few years ago, Laurence Beaulieu would never have seen herself as a full-time hockey coach. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey roots run deep for Iginlas

For as long as Jade Iginla can remember, hockey has been a part of her life. Whether it was watching her dad play in the NHL and internationally with Canada, or just experiencing the sport with her two younger brothers, hockey has been there. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

The power of visibility

Hockey provided Harrison Browne with an opportunity to feel openly comfortable. It also granted him a voice to proudly discuss his journey. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Rosters named for Canada's National Men's Summer Under-18 Team Selection Camp and Canada's National Junior Team Summer Camp

Hockey Canada has invited 88 players to participate in Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team selection camp and Canada’s National Junior Team summer camp, set to take place this July at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

An opportunity to represent

As a hockey player, Creighton Sanipass often noticed a lack of Indigenous representation in the game. As a coach, he hopes to do something about it. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

2022 BFL Female Coach of the Year winners announced

In partnership with BFL CANADA, Hockey Canada has announced the national and provincial/territorial winners of the 2022 BFL Female Coach of the Year Award, which recognizes coaches who led by example in demonstrating fair play and a commitment to the development of every player and staff member, and made significant contributions to the game during Read more

Staffs named for Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team and national under-17 program

Hockey Canada will lean on 20 Canadian Hockey League (CHL) coaches to guide Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team at the 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, as well as Canada’s national men’s under-17 program for the 2022-23 season. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more