My HCSA experience: Kailen Vandall

The Carlton Comprehensive Public High School student talks about his decision to enroll in the Hockey Canada Skills Academy, and how it has made him a better player. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

The power of hockey

At the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at St. Mary’s Catholic School, the goal isn’t creating pros – it’s creating an inclusive environment for a love of the game to thrive. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A family affair

A third member of the Pickering clan is following in the successful footsteps of his brother and sister at the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at the Starbuck School. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Welcome to the family

Two secondary schools in the Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien are on the ice with their newly-launched Hockey Canada Skills Academy programs. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

HCSA product makes history

Desiree Wiens, who spent five years as part of the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at MEI in Abbotsford, B.C., is the first-ever women’s hockey recruit at Trinity Western. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey Canada Foundation leaves $371,649 legacy in Edmonton

Two minor hockey programs in the City of Edmonton will benefit from $371,649 in funding as a result of 2019 Hockey Canada Foundation Gala & Golf, hosted in Edmonton last June. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Forces at play

Laurendeau has spent her life on water, both the open seas she describes and on the ice, mainly as a goaltender. Sailing is her true passion but who says a person can’t have two things in life they can’t live without? Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge comes to a close in Medicine Hat and Swift Current

After 10 days of tournament action, the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge has wrapped up in Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift Current, Sask., with Russia taking home gold, the United States capturing silver and the Czech Republic winning bronze. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Ontario Red wins gold medal at National Women’s Under-18 Championship

Ontario Red has continued its dynasty at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship, taking home its fifth-consecutive gold medal by defeating Saskatchewan 3-1 at Winkler Arena on Saturday. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

The masked history maker

When Ève Gascon first arrived at training camp to audition for the Phénix du Collège Esther-Blondin in the fall of 2018, the then-15-year-old was not expected to make any noise. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Hockey Canada, Chevrolet Canada extend partnership through 2024

Since 2001, Hockey Canada and Chevrolet Canada have built a long-standing partnership that supports the national pastime, one that has now been extended through 2024. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Another season of Good Deeds

Chevrolet Canada and Hockey Canada are ready to give a stick tap to Peewee teams across the country, launching its search for the team that makes the biggest impact in its community. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

An aspirational sister act

Jordyn Bear says she and her sister Kyla can produce some twin telepathy magic whenever they share the ice. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Give me fuel, give me fire

Metallica released Fuel in 1997, six years before Olen Zellweger was born. Although not a song of his generation, the lyrics certainly appeal to him. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Grandma’s corner

If Abby Newhook lights the lamp for Team Atlantic at the 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, she won’t have to work hard to locate her grandmother Ann Newhook in the crowd. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

A model of composure

With a calming influence and an ability to connect with generations of young players, Bob Agnew has spent 30+ years as a respected hockey ambassador in Morden, Man. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Once a leader, always a leader

The graphic on the side of the Canalta Centre in Medicine Hat is hard to miss. A couple of storeys high and emblazoned with ARE YOU READY? – the tagline for the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge – it includes a photo of Canada White hoisting the Quebec Cup after winning gold in 2015, the Read more

Miles from Mistissini

When most kids were trying to figure out a costume for Halloween, Israel Mianscum was trying to navigate through a new way of life, 147 kilometres from home without family or friends and playing hockey in a league with kids a year older. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Teams set to face off at National Women’s Under-18 Championship

For the first time in tournament history, Manitoba is ready to roll out the welcome mat for the 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship, Nov. 5-9 in Morden and Winkler. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more

Medicine Hat and Swift Current set to host 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge

The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge is set to be to co-hosted in pair of Prairie provinces for the first time in the 33-year history of the event. Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift Current, Sask., will welcome the top under-17 players from six countries beginning Saturday. Retrieved from Hockey Canada Read more