Hockey Canada
Joined IIHF 1920
President Bob Nicholson
IIHF Men's Ranking 2nd
IIHF Women's Ranking 1st
Address Hockey Canada
Father David Bauer Arena
2424 University Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta T2N 3Y9

Hockey Canada
801 King Edward Avenue,
Suite N204
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
Telephone/Fax Tel. 613-562-5677
Fax 613-562-5676

Hockey Canada is the governing body of all sanctioned ice hockey in Canada. It is divided up into regional organizations to delegate authority.

Telus Penguins No Hill Too High

Telus Penguins No Hill Too High

Hockey Canada was founded in 1968 by the federal Government to oversee all operations of ice hockey in Canada, including amateur, university and professional. The new organization became responsible for international ice hockey team selection, including Olympics and World Championships, but did not govern ice hockey play within Canada. This changed in July 1994 when Hockey Canada merged with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, which had formed in 1914 to oversee Allan Cup play.


100th Anniversary patch of Hockey Canada and Canadian Amateur Hockey Association

National teamsEdit


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National Hockey League         Calgary FlamesEdmonton OilersMontreal CanadiensOttawa SenatorsToronto Maple LeafsVancouver Canucks
American Hockey League         Hamilton BulldogsManitoba MooseToronto Marlies                                     
ECHL         Victoria Salmon Kings
Canadian Hockey League (Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Western Hockey League)
Hockey Canada
Men's Canadian National TeamWomen's Canadian National Team

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