Hockey Canada begins an overhaul of its under-17 men's program this week by bringing together more than 100 of the country's best 16-year-olds for a new camp. Along with 54 coaches, equipment managers and medical staff, the nine-day camp in Calgary will be "massive," according to Scott Salmond, vice-president of hockey operations at Hockey Canada. Full Story.(Photo: Rick Madonik/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
Justin Abdelkader of Team USA and Nikolai Antropov of Kazakhstan were suspended three games each by the IIHF Disciplinary Committee for separate incidents at the 2014 World Hockey Championship in Minsk, Belarus. Full Story.
Man In Charge
Hockey Canada chose a hockey man for its top position by hiring longtime coach Tom Renney as president and CEO. Renney, 59, was named to the post at a news conference Tuesday in Calgary. He replaces Bob Nicholson, who resigned earlier this year after being in charge at Hockey Canada for more than 15 years. Full Story.