2023-24 National Junior Team

Matthew Wood and Jake Furlong both found the back of the net and Mathis Rousseau made 22 saves, but Canada’s National Junior Team fell 3-2 to Czechia in the quarterfinals.


Highlights: CZE 3, CAN 2 (Quarterfinal)



Highlights: CAN 6, GER 3 (Preliminary)



Highlights: SWE 2, CAN 0 (Preliminary)


Released from Canada’s National Junior Team a year ago, Jordan Dumais used the experience as motivation to dominate the QMJHL and wear the Maple Leaf in Sweden. 
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Go behind the scenes in Oakville as players find out they’re going to Sweden with Canada's National Junior Team.
Twenty-two players, representing seven Members, have been named to Team Canada for the World Juniors in Sweden.
Thirty players – including one returnee – will start on the road to the World Juniors at selection camp in Oakville.
Alan Letang will serve as head coach at the World Juniors, alongside Gilles Bouchard, Shaun Clouston and Scott Walker.
In 2025, the IIHF World Junior Championship will return to the nation’s capital for the first time in 16 years.
Dave Brown, Cam Russell and Peter Anholt will oversee Canada’s men’s U17, U18 and U20 programs in 2023-24.
Celebrini scored twice as Canada closed out the prelims with a win.
Rousseau made 22 saves in a loss to the tournament hosts.
Celebrini had five points as Canada recorded its second prelim win.
Danielson and Lamoureux had 1G 1A each in a Boxing Day win.
Beck scored twice to help Canada stay perfect in pre-tournament play.
Mateychuk and Minten had 2G each, helping Canada blank Denmark.
Celebrini scored, but Canada closed camp with a loss to U SPORTS.
Wood and Furlong had 2G each to propel Canada to victory.

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2023-24 NWT: CAN 6 – USA 1 (Game 7)
Spooner and Maltais scored twice to lead Canada to win the series.
2023-24 NWT: CAN 3 – USA 0 (Game 6)
Maschmeyer made 27 saves for the shutout to tie the Rivalry Series.
2023-24 NWT: CAN 4 – USA 2 (Game 5)
Bell, Fast and Stacey scored late to help Canada stay alive.
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