2019-20 National Junior Team

2019-20 National Junior Team | 2020 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship

Akil Thomas got the winner with 3:58 to, and Canada scored three goals in the final 11 minutes to come back and beat Russia 4-3 to win its 18th World Juniors gold.
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With the calendar set to turn to 2020, which Canadians earned All-Decade Team honours at the World Juniors?
Five returnees are among the 24 players selected to travel to the Czech Republic as Canada works towards the WJC.
One step closer … 31 players have earned an invitation to Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp.
How many have played in the POE? How many are first-round NHL picks? Take a closer look at the 31 invited to Oakville.
Canada’s road to World Juniors will run through Oakville, Ont., which will play host to selection camp from Dec. 9-12.
Kirby Dach was the first of 69 Canadians who heard their names called at the 2019 NHL Draft, most of any country.
Six returnees from the 2019 WJC are among the 43 who have earned an invite to summer development camp in Plymouth.
The nation’s top young netminders will be in the spotlight in Calgary at a pair of goaltending camps in early June.
Dale Hunter and Dan Lambert will lead Canada’s junior and summer under-18 teams into international competition.
Martin Mondou, Alan Millar and Mark Hunter will oversee Canada’s U17, U18 and U20 programs next season.
Hofer posted a 32-save shutout, backstopping Canada to the final.
Hayton had two goals and an assist to lead Canada into the semis.
Canada scored five times on the PP to claim top spot in Group B.
Foote and Foudy had a goal and assist each to help Canada to the win.
Daws and Hofer combined for 34 saves, but Canada fell to the Russians.
Lafrenière had the GWG and three assists to lead Canada past the U.S.
Foote had two goals and an assist to help Canada double up the Finns.
The Canadians got one in each period to open pre-WJC play with a win.
Newhook scored, but the WJC hopefuls closed camp with a loss.
Byram scored the GWG to help the WJC hopefuls to the victory.
Foote had a goal and an assist, but Canada dropped its summer finale.
Thomas and Fortier put up 1G 1A each to send Canada past Sweden.
Noel scored twice, but Canada fell short against the Finns.
Dach scored two goals and set up another in the camp-opening win.
2024 WJC: CAN 5 - FIN 2 (Preliminary)
Danielson and Lamoureux had 1G 1A each in a Boxing Day win.
2023 WJC: CZE 2 – CAN 3 OT (Gold Medal)
Guenther was the overtime hero, giving Canada a 20th gold medal.
2023 WJC: CAN 6 – USA 2 (Semifinals)
Joshua Roy notched four points as Canada defeated the United States.
2023 WJC: CAN 4 – SVK 3 OT (Quarterfinal)
Bedard scored twice, including a beauty in OT, to push Canada to the semis.