Something for everybody

Whether you’ve coached at various levels of the game for decades or have an urge to serve behind a bench for the first time, Hockey Canada is here to empower and support you. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Transforming lives

Inspired by a Carey Price speech, 14-year-old Ethan Kowatsch is creating positive change in First Nations communities in Northern Ontario with his annual equipment drive. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

2020 TELUS Cup tickets now available

Preparations are well underway for the 47th edition of the TELUS Cup in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que., and excitement continues to build for hockey fans with the release of full-event ticket packages for Canada’s National Midget Championship, set for April 20-26, 2020. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Canada’s National Junior A Championship rebrands to Centennial Cup

As Canada’s National Junior A Championship prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in May in Portage la Prairie, Man., Hockey Canada, in partnership with the CJHL, has announced that Canada’s National Junior A Championship will return to its original name – the Centennial Cup – starting in 2020. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Toronto Maple Leafs Preseason Schedule

Maple Leafs Nation let out a collective sigh of relief on Friday when restricted free agent Mitch Marner finally came to terms on a six-year deal worth $10.8 million AAV. With a training camp roster cut down to 54 players as of Sunday and with Marner back in the fold, the Leafs are ready to Read more

Driven by tenacity

Tenacity is one of the many attributes coach Brad Muise admired about defenceman Allie Munroe when she played for the Western Hurricanes in the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League (NSMBHL) from 2010-2012. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Back to the beginning

Bob Caldwell will be sharing the on-ice skills and teaching philosophies he has attained in his 40+ years as a coach in Manitoba to initiation players this season. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey Canada gears up for 2019-20 season

The beginning of a new season is here as kids, parents, officials and volunteers head back to the rink for the 2019-20 hockey season. Hockey Canada is looking forward to the upcoming season with many opportunities for new and returning players. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Canada’s National Para Hockey Team announces roster for 2019-20 season

Hockey Canada has announced the 20 players that will be part of Canada’s National Para Hockey Team during the 2019-20 season. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Driven by curiosity

Don Nachbaur is enthusiastic about imparting wisdom and acquiring knowledge during his stint as a guest coach at Canada’s National Para Hockey Team selection camp. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Flashing potential

Sixteen-year-old Auren Halbert is demonstrating his considerable on-ice talent at the National Para Hockey Team selection camp alongside players he idolized as a kid. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Getting ready for evaluations

With another season on the horizon, players will be riding the physical and emotional rollercoaster that is evaluations and tryouts. This is an important time for not only players, but for coaches and parents as well. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

World Junior A Challenge heads to Cornwall in 2020

Hockey Canada announced that the 15th edition of the World Junior A Challenge will be headed back to Ontario in 2020, with to Cornwall set to host the international Junior A showcase, Dec.13-19. This marks the second time, and first since Cobourg and Whitby hosted in 2015, that Ontario will welcome the event. Retrieved from Read more

Half-ice rewards

Canadian hockey parents familiar with half-ice Novice games are fully behind the initiative because it promotes skill development, self-confidence, teamwork and fun. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

47 players invited to BFL National Women’s Team Fall Festival

Hockey Canada has invited 47 of the nation’s top female players to attend the BFL National Women’s Team Fall Festival, set for Sept. 9-15 in Liverpool, N.S. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Roster announced for Canada’s National Para Hockey Team selection camp

Thirty of the country’s top para hockey players are headed to Calgary from Aug. 30-Sept. 7 to take part in Canada’s National Para Hockey Team selection camp at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Lloydminster selected as host of 2021 Esso Cup

The Esso Cup, Canada’s National Female Midget Championship, is headed back to Alberta in 2021 when the Lloydminster Steelers host the 13th edition of the event, April 18-24. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Bryan Sholomicki announces retirement from Canada’s National Para Hockey Team

Bryan Sholomicki (Winnipeg, Man.) has officially announced his retirement from international competition with Canada’s National Para Hockey Team. “We are proud to have been able to call Bryan a friend and a teammate for the past five years,” said Ken Babey, head coach of Canada’s National Para Hockey Team. “His work ethic and passion for Read more

Ticket packages announced for 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship

As Morden and Winkler prepare to welcome the best young players from across Canada at the 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, local organizers have announced ticket packages for the tournament scheduled for Nov. 5-9. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Liverpool to host BFL National Women’s Team Fall Festival

Canada’s National Women’s Team will kick off the 2019-20 season on the East Coast when it heads to Liverpool, N.S., for the annual BFL National Women’s Team Fall Festival, a training camp aimed at helping develop and evaluate the nation’s top female players. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more