From time to time, TheIHLC.com will feature detailed recaps and boxscores of some of the most legendary games in international hockey history, considered to be “IHLC Classics.” Today, in honour of both Canada’s national day, and in light of the shocking residential school discoveries across the nation, we highlight the first international medal for Canada’s top indigenous player, and one of Canada’s all-time top goaltenders, Carey Price, who also happens to be in the midst of his first Stanley Cup Final.
2014 was quite a year for the International Hockey Lineal Championship, in that theihlc.com formally launched in September, bringing 100+ years of international hockey history online. But this calendar year certainly saw its share of movement and excitement as well. Continue reading →
Thanks to Russia’s dethroning of Finland in the finals of the 2014 IIHF World Championships this past May, the IHLC is guaranteed to join the Euro Hockey Tour circuit, with the first stop being the Karjala Tournament in Helsinki, Finland. Continue reading →
Jonathan Toews and Carey Price were a lethal combination in Canada’s thrilling 2-1 sudden-death shootout semifinal victory over the United States at the World Junior Hockey Championship on Wednesday. Continue reading →
The first goal on the road to gold at the World Junior Hockey Championship has been achieved by Canada’s National Junior Team. A 3-1 win over Germany on Friday clinched first place in Group A and with the victory Canada earned a bye to the semifinal. Continue reading →