USA 2 Canada West 1 (WJAC highlights)

USA defeat Canada West 2-1 on Tuesday evening at the World Junior A Challenge at Truro’s Rath Eastlink Centre before a crowd of close to 2,600. Providence Friars recuit Jack Dugan scored with 32 seconds left in the 3rd for the win, Cole Guttman had […]

Jared McIssac wants to be leader at U18 camp

Jared McIssac leaves today for Hockey Canada’s 44 player U18 selection camp in Calgary Alberta. The 17 year old Halifax Mooseheads defenceman is coming off an excellent QMJHL rookie season and has been working out to be prepared for the Hockey Canada selection camp which […]

Alex Gravel named to Canada U18 team for Worlds

Alex Gravel has been named to Canada’s U18 team which will compete at the world championships in Slovakia later this month. The Halifax Mooseheads underage goaltender is one of 3 goalies on the roster and is available after the Mooseheads were eliminated from the QMJHL […]

Hockey Canada opportunities for Mooseheads & Sea Dogs

Hockey Canada Director of Player Personnel Ryan Jankowski visited the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax Friday to take a close look at a handful of players who have been and continue to be on his radar. Jankowski is beginning to look at players for Hockey Canada’s […]

Mooseheads recognize Sea Dogs in Pre Game

Halifax Mooseheads recognize 3 members of the Saint John Sea Dogs for their contributions to Canada’s Silver medal at the 2917 World Junior Hockey championships. Julien Gauthier, Thomas Chabot and Mathieu Joseph are called to centre ice and presented with plaques by Mooseheads VP of […]

Mooseheads McIsaac & Groulx off to World U17’s

Mooseheads Jared McIsaac and Benoit-Olivier Groulx leave Halifax today to participate in the World Under 17 hockey championships in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Hockey Canada is represented by 3 different teams and although McIsaac and Groulx are not on the same team they are excited […]

2016 Order of Hockey in Canada Honourees

Hockey Canada recognized 4 more honourees Monday morning in Halifax , NS with the Order of Hockey in Canada Award. 2 time Stanley Cup winner Mario Lemieux, 7 time World champ Geraldine Heaney, CHL President Dave Branch and CEO Oilers Entertainment Group Bob Nicholson also […]

Hockey Canada to leave legacy for Nova Scotia

Hockey Canada President Tom Renney introduces the 4 newest members of the Hockey Order of Canada in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Renney calls Dave Branch, Geraldine Heaney, Bob Nicholson and Mario Lemieux, Hockey Caada’s face of Mount Rushmore. The event will also provide a legacy for […]