Czech Republic beats Canada in testy WJHC camp finale
Team Canada wrapped up its tournament at their world junior development camp on a losing note Friday, dropping a 5-2 decision to the Czech Republic in a game that saw some nasty play from both teams and nearly 80 minutes in penalties handed out in the final period. Full Story.(Photo: TSN.ca)
'Canadian Way' is not a new mantra for Hockey Canada. It is a method for helping players understand what's necessary to be part of Team Canada so that both the team and the individual can achieve success. And as TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button writes, it's rubbing off well on other hockey nations as well - namely Sweden. Full Story.
Doing The Trick
Curtis Lazar scored a hat-trick, including two shorthanded markers, to lead Team Canada to a 6-3 win over Russia on Thursday at the World Junior Development Camp in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Nick Baptiste, Anthony Duclair and Sam Bennett also scored for Canada. Full Story.