2023-24 National Men's Team

Derek Grant scored twice and Jonathan Hazen buried his fourth goal of the tournament, but Canada fell 4-3 to HC Dynamo Pardubice in the Spengler Cup semifinals in Davos.
Chris DiDomenico has answered the call once again, wearing the Maple Leaf for a seventh time at the Spengler Cup.
Twenty-five players – including one Olympian – have been named to Team Canada for the 2023 Spengler Cup.
Brad Pascall, Joe Thornton and Hnat Domenichelli will lead Canada’s National Men’s Team at the 2023 Spengler Cup.
Bruce Boudreau will serve as head coach at the Spengler Cup, alongside Larry Mitchell, Jim Playfair and Jeff Tomlinson.
Spengler Cup
DiDomenico tallied 2G 1A as Canada booked its semifinal spot.
Dell posted a 30-save shutout to help Canada win its opener in Davos.
Quenneville finished with 1G 1A, but Canada fell to the hosts.
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.