2018-19 National Men's U18 Team

National Men’s Under-18 Team | 2019 IIHF U18 World Championship

Dylan Cozens and Nathan Légaré scored, and Nolan Maier did his part with 36 saves, but Canada dropped a 5-2 decision to the U.S. in the bronze medal game at U18 worlds.
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Born in Australia, raised in Japan and a product of P.E.I., Jordan Spence has taken an unusual route to Team Canada.
The road to U18 worlds goes through Kisakallio, Finland, where 23 Canadians will gather for training camp April 8-12.
Brett Gibson will lead Team Canada as head coach in Sweden, alongside assistants Serge Aubin and Dave Struch.
Alexis Lafrenière will wear the ‘C’ at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, alongside alternate captains Bowen Byram and Dylan Cozens.
Three players with U18 worlds experience will lead Team Canada into action on home ice at the 2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
Left off the U17 camp roster last summer, Dylan Holloway has been making the most of his international opportunities.
Which CHL team has the most picks at U17 camp? Who led U18 campers in scoring? Take a closer look at the men’s Showcase.
André Tourigny will be behind the Team Canada bench at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, replacing the AHL-bound Gilles Bouchard.
The road to the Hlinka Gretzky Cup continues when 44 hopefuls converge on Calgary for Team Canada selection camp.
Alongside the unveiling of the Hlinka Gretzky Cup trophy, fans can now purchase a three-game Team Canada ticket package.
Gilles Bouchard will lead Team Canada at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, alongside assistants Mitch Love and Ryan Oulahen.
Fans can now purchase 7- and 10-game ticket packages to see the world’s best under-18 players this August in Edmonton.
Ticket info has been unveiled for the newly-renamed U18 tournament, which will include games in Edmonton and Red Deer.
Martin Mondou, Alan Millar and Steve Staios will oversee Canada’s U17, U18 and U20 programs, respectively, next season.
Zary scored two, but Canada was edged by the hosts in its semifinal.
Gauthier stopped 38 and Krebs scored twice to help Canada to the SFs.
Six players scored to help Canada come from behind and top Group A.
Cozens had two goals and three assists to help Canada past Belarus.
Canada pulled away in the last 22 minutes to survive a Swiss comeback.
Tracey scored twice to help Canada come from behind and top Finland.
Cozens and Holloway scored two goals each to help Canada edge Russia.
Newhook scored 45 seconds into overtime, sending Canada past Belarus.
Mutala and Lafrenière had 2G each, and Canada won a 22nd U18 gold.
Cozens tied it and Williams won it in OT, putting Canada in the final.
Byram scored with 2:26 to go to help Canada finish atop Group A.
Lafrenière had 1G 1A, and the Canadians held on to earn a SF berth.
Canada got goals from nine different players in a win over the Swiss.
Pelletier scored twice, but Canada dropped a close decision to the Czechs.
2G 1A from Tomasino helped lift Red to a win in the U18 camp finale.
Taylor Gauthier made 26 saves to lead White to a shutout win over Red.
Two goals from Poulin helped Red hang on for a camp-opening win.
2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: CAN 3 – CZE 2 (Gold Medal)
Spence scored overtime winner to lead Canada to gold.
2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: CAN 7 – USA 2 (Semifinal)
Canada scored five straight to advance to the gold medal game.
2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup: CAN 5 – SUI 0 (Preliminary)
Catton scored twice as Canada finished atop Group B.
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