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Tom Renney joked that on his first day as Hockey Canada president and CEO, his first challenge was finding his new office. Renney, hired earlier this week to lead Hockey Canada, is working out of the same office as his predecessor, Bob Nicholson, but
ET Tom Renney was hired Tuesday as the president and chief executive officer of Hockey Canada, succeeding Bob Nicholson. (John Ulan/Canadian Press) Hockey Canada chose a hockey man for its top position by hiring longtime coach Tom Renney as president
Canada's largest private-sector union is rekindling an effort to unionize 1,300 hockey players in the country's major junior leagues, two years after the last attempt fizzled in scandal. Controversy is already engulfing the renewed effort, thanks to
There's a couple of silver linings that come from six of seven Canadian teams missing the Stanley Cup playoffs. One is that Canadian teams own five of the top 10 picks in the 2014 NHL draft, unless a series of trades shakes up the order. As it stands,
The Canadian Press Published Thursday, Jun. 12 2014, 10:58 AM EDT Last updated Thursday, Jun. 12 2014, 11:33 AM EDT Gatineau Olympiques head coach Benoit Groulx will lead Canada in its quest to end its gold medal drought at the 2015 world junior
Olympic ice hockey veteran Hayley Wickenheiser will be Canada's flag bearer at the Sochi Games. The Canadian Olympic Committee made the announcement on Thursday...Hockey Canada says the women's team will march in the opening ceremony despite playing
Story Legendary Russian goaltender Vladislav Tretiak says he'd like to see Canada face off against Russia in the men's Olympic hockey final...There will be NHL opportunities, other hockey opportunities internationally, he said, noting he expected
Sam Reinhart spent plenty of time growing up in Vancouver playing hockey in an upstairs playroom with brothers Max and Griffin. The sons of longtime NHL defenceman Paul Reinhart broke a few windows, but it was worth it as they grew up in the game.
Ahad / The Associated Press File Photo Bangladeshi garment workers arrive for work in Dhaka, Bangladesh. One year after the Rana Plaza disaster, not one Canadian federal ministry or department documents the factories where their apparel is produced.
Joel Ward knows who he is and who he isn't. "I'm not going to go out there and be Ovi," he said. "I know what I'm doing...It's not complex: Ward is just Team Canada's leading scorer through three games at the world hockey championship. With three