2022-23 National Men's Team

Sammy Blais scored twice, including the game-winner early in the third period, and Canada downed Germany 5-2 to win its 28th gold medal at the IIHF World Championship.
Tyler Toffoli will captain Canada’s National Men’s Team, joined by alternates Crouse, Laughton, Lucic and Weegar.
Twenty players – representing eight Members – have been named to the roster for the 2023 IIHF World Championship.
André Tourigny will lead Canada as head coach in Tampere and Riga, alongside D.J. Smith, Alex Tanguay and Troy Ryan.
Doug Armstrong, Steve Yzerman, Shane Doan and Scott Salmond will lead Canada at the IIHF World Championship.
Twenty-five players, including three 2019 champions, will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2022 Spengler Cup in Davos.
Shane Doan will take the reins as Team Canada general manager in Davos, with Travis Green serving as head coach.
IIHF World Championship
Fantilli scored the GWG to send Canada to play for gold in Tampere.

Montembeault made 27 saves, backstopping Canada to the semifinals.

Myers scored the GWG to help Canada clinch second in Group B.
Crouse tied it late, but Canada fell to Norway in a shootout.
Toffoli and Carcone scored goals, but Canada fell to the Swiss.
Veleno and Blais had 1G 2A each to lead Canada to another win.
Quinn scored the winner in Round 8 to help Canada edge the Slovaks.

Weegar finished with 1G 2A to lead Canada over Slovenia.

Weegar finished with 1G 2A to lead Canada over Latvia.

Glass recorded a hat trick to lead Canada to a pre-Worlds win.

Spengler Cup
DiDomenico scored, but Canada saw its Spengler Cup run end in the QFs.
Connolly scored again, but Canada was edged by the Spengler hosts.
Connolly scored twice, but Canada dropped its opener in Davos.
2023 Spengler Cup: PAR 4 – CAN 3 (Semifinal)
Derek Grant scored twice but Canada falls to HC Dynamo.
2023 Spengler Cup: CAN 6 – KUO 3 (Quarterfinal)
DiDomenico tallied two goals and one assist to lead Canada over KalPa.
2023 Spengler Cup: DAV 4 – CAN 3 (Preliminary)
Quenneville had two points but Canada fell to HC Davos.
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