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Ice Hockey Players In Canada

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Frederick George Sasakamoose, hockey player, Elder of Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation. Fred Sasakamoose was one of first Indigenous hockey players from Canada in National Hockey League. Former student of. Michaels Indian Residential School in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, he played 11 games for Chicago Black Hawks in 1953-54 NHL season. After his retirement from competitive hockey in 1961, he dedicated himself encouraging youth through sports involvement. Member Of Order Of Canada, He Was Inducted Into Saskatchewan First Nations Sports Hall Of Fame, Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame, Saskatchewan Hockey Hall Of Fame, Prince Albert Hall Of Fame And Canadian Native Hockey Hall Of Fame. Henry Vernon Howell, hockey coach, manager, scout. Harry Howell was defenceman in National Hockey League. He played for New York Rangers, Oakland Seals, California Golden Seals and Los Angeles Kings. Know affectionately as Harry Horse, he set franchise record with Rangers for most Games played with 1 160. He was also seven-time all-star and Norris Trophy winner. Following end of his playing career, he served as coach, manager or scout for several teams, including Team Canada, Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers. Howell was inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979. His No. 3 was retired by in 2009. Hayley Wickenheiser, OC, player, softball player. Hayley Wickenheiser won seven gold medals and six silver medals with Team Canada at IIHF Womens World Hockey Championship, as well as four gold medals and one silver medal at Olympic Winter Games. She is all-time leader in goals, assists and points in Women's Ice Hockey at Olympic Winter Games. She is all-time leader in assists and points at Women's World Hockey Championship. She was also first woman ever to score goal in men's professional League. Wickenheiser retired from competitive hockey in 2017, finishing with 379 points in 276 Games Team Canada. Officer of Order of Canada, she has won Bobbie Rosenfeld Award as Canadian Press Female Athlete of Year and been inducted into Canadas Walk of Fame and Hockey Hall of Fame. Henri Richard, hockey player. Younger Brother Of Joseph-Henri-Maurice Rocket Richard, Henri Richard Played With Montreal Canadiens From 1955 To 75. Nickname Pocket Rocket, Which He Thoroughly Dislike, Compared Him To His Famous Brother At Start Of His Career, But Gradually He Earned His Own Reputation, Becoming One Of Best All-round Players In NHL. Slighter in build than his older brother, Henri had his own unique style of play, completely different from Maurices, and he became well known for his exceptional handling and playmaking abilities. Howard William Howie Meeker, broadcaster, player, coach. Howie Meeker won Junior B Hockey Championship and served with army's Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers before joining Toronto Maple Leafs in 1946.

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Players with NHL experience

Brandon Wong, center: Born in Canada Chinese and Canadian parents. Most recently, played for KRS-BSU Beijing in VHL. Attend Ottawa Training Camp in 2014. Jason Robertson, right Player of Filipino descent was Draft by Dallas Stars in 2 round of 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Tyler Inamoto, defenceman: player of Japanese descent, was Draft by Florida Panthers in 5 round of 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Cliff Pu, Player of Chinese descent was Draft by Buffalo Sabres in 3 round of 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Tyler Wong, right Wing: player of Chinese descent was undrafted and signed AHL contract to play for Chicago Wolves. He scored hat-trick in his preseason debut for Vegas Golden Knights of NHL in franchises' first preseason game. He has not played in NHL regular season match. Jonathan Ang, Centre: Player of Malaysian descent was Draft by Florida Panthers in 4th round of 2016 NHL Entry Draft. Nick Suzuki, Centre: Player of Japanese descent was Draft by Vegas Golden Knights in 1 round of 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Jett Woo, defenceman: Player of Chinese descent was Draft by Vancouver Canucks 2 round of 2018 NHL Draft. Austin Wong, forward: Player of Chinese descent was Draft by Winnipeg Jets in 7 round of 2018 NHL Draft. Zachary Yuen, defenceman: Player of Chinese descent was Draft by Winnipeg Jets 4 round of 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Parker Foo, forward: player of Chinese descent was Draft by Chicago Blackhawks in 5 round of 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Andong Song, defenceman: player of Chinese descent, was Draft by New York Islanders in 6 round of 2015 NHL Entry Draft. He became first Chinese-Born player to be selected by NHL Hockey team. Dean Yakura, center: player of Chinese descent has played most of his career in FHL and ECHL, most recently with Adirondack Thunder. Ryan Suzuki, center: Player of Japanese descent is top prospect who was selected First overall in OHL Entry Draft by Barrie Colts in 2017. He is eligible to be Draft NHL in 2019. Tyler Ho, forward: Player of Chinese descent is prospect to play for Vancouver Giants of WHL. He is to be Draft into NHL in 2019. Jonah Imoo, goaltender: Player of Japanese descent attends Angeles Kings Training Camp. When he made his AHL debut for Ontario Reign, he was backed up by his father, Dusty Imoo, goalie coach for LA Kings and 1998 Team Japan Olympic goaltender. Tyler Sikura, left Wing: of Japanese descent is signed by Rockford IceHogs of AHL.

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Game

Canada brought strong, cohesive teams to international stage at 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver and, as result, secured gold medal victories in both men's and women's tournaments. Men's Team Was Selected From Highly Successful Group Of Canadian NHL Players, Managed By Legendary Steve Yzerman And Coached By Mike Babcock. Team secured two victories against Norwegians and Switzerland before they were defeated US 5-3. In renewed effort, which included replacing goalie Martin Brodeur with Roberto Luongo and adjusting several lines, team was able to rally with score of 8-2 against Germany. They defeated Russia and then Slovakia, advancing to final round and leaving Finland to take bronze against Slovakia. Media hype leading up to final gold medal game on 28 February focuses on Americans ' attempt to repeat their gold medal victory on anniversary of their miracle on ice win against Soviet Union at Lake Placid in 1980. In one of most closely contested Games in Olympic history, Canada defeat US 3-2 in overtime when centre Sidney Crosby, assist by Jarome Iginla, score against US goalie Ryan Miller. Crosby's goal is considered one of greatest in history of Canadian Hockey. As in 2002 and 2006, Canada's women's team dominated Olympic competition on its way to gold medal against US on 25 February. Coach once again by Melody Davidson, slightly younger team began tournament with shutout against Slovakia, and go on to defeat Switzerland and Sweden before achieving another shutout against Finland. In gold medal match, women once again secured shutout, this time against US with score of 2-0, winning their third Olympic gold in as many Olympic showings. Team Was Later Chastised By Media For Taking Its Victory Party On To Ice After Fans Had Left Building.

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