Gold medalist Bonhomme retires from hockey, joins TSN
TSN announced on Wednesday that Olympic gold medallist and world champion Tessa Bonhomme has joined Canada's Sports Leader on a full-time basis after officially retiring from Canada's national women's team. In her new full-time role at TSN, Bonhomme will appear as a host and reporter for SPORTSCENTRE as well as a contributor to TSN's coverage of Hockey Canada events. Full Story.(Photo: Getty Images)
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Kamloops, B.C., will host the 2016 IIHF women's world hockey championship, bringing the tournament to British Columbia for the first time in its 26-year history. The 22 games will be split between the Interior Savings Centre and McArthur Island Sports and Event Centre in April of 2016. Kamloops had bid to host the 2013 event, which was awarded to Ottawa. Full Story.
Starting today and at the start of each month going into the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championship, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button examines candidates for Team Canada leading up to selection camp in December. Check out Craig's current pick of 13 forwards, seven defencemen, two goaltenders and other potential candidates. Full Story.
Memorial of Ivan Hlinka GOLD: Canada
World U17 Challenge November 2-8, 2014
Four Nations Cup November 4-9, 2014
Deutschland Cup November 7-11, 2014
World Junior A Challenge December 14-20, 2014
World Junior Hockey Championship Dec. 26-Jan. 5, 2014
Spengler Cup Dec 26-Jan 4, 2014
Women's World U18 Championship March 23-30, 2015
Women's World Championship April l6-12, 2015
Men's World U18 Championship April 17-27, 2015
Men's World Championship May 9-25, 2015