2023 Men's U18 Club Nationals

During the Men’s U18 National Club Championship, the Hockey Canada Foundation made Dreams Come True for 30 young players with new equipment and registration subsidies.
Sixteen years after winning bronze with the Blizzard, Mikaël Tam is back at U18 Club Nationals, this time as a coach.
After winning CWG silver with Saskatchewan, seven Saskatoon Blazers are leaning on that experience at nationals.
Inspired by his older brother, Caleb Desnoyers is representing Saint-Hyacinthe on the national stage with the Gaulois.
The offensively minded Pacific champions are adapting defensively to compete for a national title in Saint-Hyacinthe.
Focused on consistency and culture, the Central champions are taking things one game at a time in Saint-Hyacinthe.
The Quebec reps hope to build on the lessons learned this season to restore their tradition of success.
The Gaulois have adapted to challenges and are ready to host Canada’s top U18 teams at Stade L.-P.-Gaucher.
Forty-four officials have been selected for the Esso Cup, Men’s U18 National Club Championship and Centennial Cup.
Scoring 302 goals, the West Region champions are running an offensive clinic on their way to Saint-Hyacinthe.
The Atlantic champs have their sights set on a national title after building confidence on the way to Saint-Hyacinthe.
Five teams will join the host Gaulois in Saint-Hyacinthe. Who will be crowned the 48th national U18 club champions?
Rockets versus Flames. Who makes their second appearance at nationals and represents the Pacific in Saint-Hyacinthe?
Kings. Wild. Blazers. Wildcats. Who will win the West in Warman and represent the region in Saint-Hyacinthe?
Lions. Blizzard. Vikings. Estacades. Gaulois. Who will be Quebec champion and make the trip to Saint-Hyacinthe?
Trappers. Jr. Canadiens. Canucks. 73’s. Generals. Jr. Spitfires. Who represents the Central Region in Saint-Hyacinthe? 
Knights. Flyers. Growlers. Caps. Majors. Who wins their way to Saint-Hyacinthe and represents the East Coast?
The host Gaulois take on the Pacific champs when the 2023 Men’s U18 National Club Championship begins April 24.
Hockey Canada has unveiled the host communities for six national and international events, from B.C. to Nova Scotia.

Roy scored the GWG to send the Blizzard to a fifth national title. 

Shurgot and Buczkowski scored in the SO to help the Blazers win bronze.

Dumont had three points to lead the Gaulois to the gold medal game.

Rousseau-Hamel had three assists to send the Blizzard to the final.

Bruno went 2-for-2 in the shootout to help the Jr. Canadiens win.

Reschny finished with 2G 1A to help the Blazers clinch a SF spot.

O’Halloran dazzled 58 saves to lead the Flames to their first win.

Taillefer had 2G 1A to help the Gaulois win their fourth in a row.

The Blizzard rode a four-goal second period to another win.

Yaremko scored a hat trick to help the Blazers even their record.

Guité finished with three points to help the Gaulois stay unbeaten.

Rechnny was in on all four goals to lead the Blazers to the win.

Sim collected 2G 1A to lead the Majors to their first victory.

Beauchemin finished with 2G 1A to help the Gaulois stay unbeaten.

Wong scored the GWG as the Jr. Canadiens came back to win.

Chabot tallied 2G 1A to help the undefeated Blizzard beat the Majors.

Pilote completed the hat trick as the Gaulois extinguished the Flames.

Veilleux finished with 1G 2A to help the Blizzard down the Blazers.

Frasco made 26 saves to help the Jr. Canadiens blank the Majors.
League Playoffs

Sault St. Marie posted a +106 goal differential to finish first.

Greater Vancouver dominated the BCEHL, losing just three of 36 games.

With 4.81 GPG, Jr. Canadiens scored its way to the top of the GTHL.

Elgin-Middlesex won 31 of 40 to claim top spot in the Alliance. 

The Saskatoon Blazers scored their way atop the SMAAAHL with 232 GF.

Renfrew posted a +103 goal differential to finish first in the HEO. 

The Calgary Buffaloes posted a +90 goal differential to finish first.

Brandon edged Winnipeg to claim the MAAAU18HL regular season title.

With 4.83 GPG, Pictou County scored its way to the top of the NSU18MHL.

Saint-Eustache dominated in Quebec, losing just seven of 42 games.

Burlington dominated the SCTA, losing just two of 32 games.

Barrie edged Ajax-Pickering to finish atop the ETA regular season standings.

Charlottetown rode a league-best defence to claim the top seed.

Pinnacle edged East Coast to finish atop the NLU18MHL standings.

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2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 7 – Sunday, April 30
The Blizzard defeat the Gaulois for gold and the Blazers take home bronze
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 6 – Saturday, April 29
The Blizzard and Gaulois win to set up an all Quebec U18 Club Nationals final.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 5 – Friday, April 28
The Flames, Blazers and Jr. Canadiens won to wrap up the preliminary round.
2023 Men’s U18 Club Nationals: Day 4 – Thursday, April 27
The Blazers, Blizzard and Gaulois won to stay in the winner’s circle.