List of Canadian national hockey team rosters


List of Canadian national hockey team rosters

Below is a list of various national team ice hockey team rosters of Canada. The Canadian national men's hockey team, Canadian national women's hockey team and the national junior hockey teams are included.

Women's

2008 World Championships

Goaltenders
* Charline Labonté
* Kim St-Pierre
* Shannon Szabados

Defence
* Delaney Collins
* Gillian Ferrari
* Becky Kellar
* Carla MacLeod
* Meaghan Mikkelson
* Colleen Sostorics

Forwards
* Meghan Agosta
* Gillian Apps
* Kelly Bechard
* Jennifer Botterill
* Valerie Chouinard
* Jayna Hefford
* Rebecca Johnston
* Gina Kingsbury
* Caroline Ouellette
* Cherie Piper
* Sarah Vaillancourt
* Katie Weatherston
* Hayley Wickenheiser

2007 World Championships

These players were chosen February 22, 2007.

Goaltenders
* Charline Labonté
* Kim St-Pierre
* Sami Jo Small

Defence
* Tessa Bonhomme
* Cathy Chartrand
* Delaney Collins
* Gillian Ferrari
* Annie Guay
* Carla MacLeod
* Cheryl Pounder
* Colleen Sostorics

Forwards
* Meghan Agosta
* Gillian Apps
* Kelly Béchard
* Jennifer Botterill
* Danielle Goyette
* Jayna Hefford
* Gina Kingsbury
* Caroline Ouellette
* Vicky Sunohara
* Sarah Vaillancourt
* Katie Weatherston
* Hayley Wickenheiser

2006 Winter Olympics

GoaltendersThe Canadian team has two goaltenders. A third goaltender is an alternate. Sami Jo Small was an alternate, who would have taken the place of an injured player.

2006 World Championships

Goaltenders
*
*

Defencemen
*
*
*
* - A
*
*
*

Forwards
*
*
* - A
*
*
*
* - A
*
*
*
*
* - C
*

2005 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships

*flagicon|Ontario Dan Boyle - Tampa Bay Lightning
*flagicon|Quebec Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
*flagicon|Nova Scotia Sidney Crosby - Rimouski Océanic
*flagicon|Alberta Shane Doan - Phoenix Coyotes
*flagicon|Ontario Kris Draper - Detroit Red Wings
*flagicon|Ontario Mike Fisher - Ottawa Senators
*flagicon|Quebec Simon Gagne - Philadelphia Flyers
*flagicon|British Columbia Scott Hannan - Colorado Avalanche
*flagicon|Alberta Dany Heatley - Atlanta Thrashers
*flagicon|Ontario Ed Jovanovski (A) - Vancouver Canucks
*flagicon|Quebec Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
*flagicon|Ontario Kirk Maltby - Detroit Red Wings
*flagicon|Saskatchewan Patrick Marleau (A) - San Jose Sharks
*flagicon|British Columbia Brendan Morrison - Vancouver Canucks
*flagicon|Saskatchewan Brenden Morrow - Dallas Stars
*flagicon|Ontario Rick Nash - Columbus Blue Jackets
*flagicon|Alberta Chris Phillips - Ottawa Senators
*flagicon|Saskatchewan Wade Redden - Ottawa Senators
*flagicon|Saskatchewan Robyn Regehr - Calgary Flames
*flagicon|Alberta Ryan Smyth (C) - Edmonton Oilers
*flagicon|Alberta Sheldon Souray - Edmonton Oilers
*flagicon|Ontario Joe Thornton (A) - Boston Bruins
*flagicon|Nunavut Jordin Tootoo - Nashville Predators
*flagicon|Ontario Marty Turco - Dallas Stars
*flagicon|Ontario Scott Walker - Nashville Predators

2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships


=1997 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships=

1987 Canada Cup

1972 Summit Series

1997 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

1994 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

ee also

* Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics
* Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics match stats (women)
* Ice hockey
* Ice hockey statistics

References

* [http://www.hockeycanada.ca/1/7/8/3/0/index1.shtml Hockey Canada roster] accessed April 24, 2006
* [http://www.torino2006.org/ENG/IDF/IH/C83_IHW400000_CAN.html Torino Olympic Stats] accessed April 24, 2006
* [http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.cfm/ci_id/6468/la_id/1.htm Hockey Canada Roster] accessed April 23, 2006


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