Organisers of this year’s International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Junior Championship in Edmonton believe the tournament’s global exposure reached new heights despite the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.
André Tourigny, the Canada Hockey League’s coach of the year, will help guide the national team’s efforts at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics after being signed on a one-year deal.
This year's International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Women’s World Championship has been moved from April to May, with organisers hoping the delay increases the chances of teams being able to travel to Canada and compete.
Hockey Canada has announced Alan Millar will become the organisation’s new director of player personnel within the programme of excellence.
Hockey Canada has announced the managerial line-up for the Canadian men’s ice hockey team for the Beijing 2022 Olympics.
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As organisers of next month’s Australian Open strive to manage quarantine arrangements for many of the world’s leading tennis players, they have no more sympathetic observer in the world than Hockey Canada’s vice-president Dean McIntosh, who recently oversaw the successful staging in Edmonton of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Junior Championship.
Ken Babey is to remain as Canada's Para-ice hockey coach for the 2020-2021 season, as Hockey Canada holds an 11-day training camp for the national squad.
Two-sport Paralympic athlete Liam Hickey is set to focus on preparations for Beijing 2022 rather than Tokyo 2020 in a bid to avoid burnout.
Food delivery service SkipTheDishes will be hoping to help hosts Canada taste success at the upcoming International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship after securing a new partnership.
Hockey Canada has been forced to place players, coaches and staff into quarantine after two positive coronavirus tests were recorded at the national junior team selection camp.
The Hockey Canada Foundation has launched a CAD1 million (£580,000/$760,000/€640,000) initiative to help young players impacted by the coronavirus pandemic return to ice hockey.
Hockey Canada and the National Hockey League (NHL) have joined forces as part of a larger group to launch an ice hockey equipment relief programme, which will aim to assist families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Haley Irwin has announced her retirement from international ice hockey.
Hockey Canada announced it will hold virtual summer camps for national teams due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has confirmed a suspension of Hockey Canada vice-president of hockey operations Scott Salmond, after he was found to have obstructed a doping control officer from collecting a urine sample from a player.