Team Canada

Arizona Coyotes Extend Coach Andre Tourigny

Head coach Andre “Bear” Tourigny has reached a three-year contract extension. Tourigny will continue to lead the Coyotes as they embark on the next phase of their rebuild as perhaps their most important piece. Tourigny’s record as the Coyotes coach (53-90-21) doesn’t tell the full story, as he joined the team at the start of […]

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Hockey players from ‘The Rock’  rockin’ it on the ice 

Newfoundland & Labrador’s own Dawson Mercer, 21, of the New Jersey Devils extended his point streak this week to 11 games in a 3-2 shootout win against the Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena in Washington. The Bay Roberts, Newfoundland native, had a goal and an assist, giving him 19 points (11 goals & eight […]

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Canada’s Unsung Hero

Joshua Roy. Let’s be honest here, how many of you heard of that name before the world juniors started two weeks ago? Now that the world juniors are officially over, some of you are probably tired of hearing his name. Anyways that’s beside the point, today I am going to do a deep dive on […]

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Team Canada Celebrates Goal vs Czechia in Opener

Game Day Preview: Team Canada Looks to Keep the Offense Rolling as they Vs. Team Austria

After a crushing 11-2 victory over Team Germany on Wednesday night, Team Canada is back in action tonight against Team Austria! After a slow start in Team Canada’s opener, they certainly turned it around against Team Germany and now look ahead to tonight’s game as they try to keep the momentum going! As for Team […]

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Welcome To The Bedard Show Canada; Canada Destroys Germany 11-2

Earlier today, Dylan Guenther called out his team for trying to be too fancy during their game against Czechia. He said, “we aren’t going to Michigan our way to the final.” Canada came flying out of the gates, and the first 1:14 of the game, Canada applied a tremendous amount of pressure. That pressure resulted […]

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Canadian Renata Fast mid-shot

Battle of the Titans: Team Canada and Team USA Face Off in the Women’s World Championship Round Robin

It was the round-robin game many hockey fans were waiting for: Team Canada and Team USA met for the final game before the elimination matches began, with the winner taking the top spot in the group. The US came into the day with the most goals scored (25) and least goals against (1). Canada, currently […]

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Canadian Marie-Philip Poulin lines up for the face-off

Battle of the Red and White – Team Canada vs. Team Switzerland in the Women’s World Hockey Championship

The Canadian National Women’s team took on Switzerland today in their second game of the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship in a battle that was close on the scoresheet but a little further apart in possession and shots. Canada skated to a 4-1 victory. The first period saw Canada get into a bit of penalty […]

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Team Canada gold medalists at the Women's World Championship in 2021

Team Canada Defeats Team Finland to Start the 2022 Women’s World Hockey Championship

The 2022 Women’s World Hockey Championship kicked off in Denmark today, with Canada beginning their gold medal defense against Team Finland. With a constant conversation surrounding women’s hockey – for better or worse, accurately or inaccurately – and the lack of parity between teams, Finland looked to keep pace with the Canadians. After 60 minutes […]

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Canadian Eloïse Caron battles American Rose Dywer for the puck

Canadians and Americans Showcase Talent in U22 and Development Teams Series

August is filled with National Women’s hockey action, from the selection camps to the showcase series, capping off with the Women’s Worlds Championship kicking off in Denmark on August 25th. While the national teams have been set, the U18 and development teams for Canada and the United States have entertained fans with three-game showdowns. Anyone […]

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Former Bruins Head Coach Looking to Make a Return to the NHL

As first reported by NHL insider Pierre LeBrun, a former Boston Bruins head coach is looking to get back behind a bench in the league. Since the 2007-08 season, the Bruins have had two head coaches leading the storied franchise, Claude Julien and Bruce Cassidy. The Bruins moved on from Julien during the 2016-17 and […]

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