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Canada National Men's Ice Hockey Team
The Canadian national men's ice hockey team (popularly known as Team Canada; French: Équipe Canada) is the ice hockey team representing Canada
Canada
internationally. The team is overseen by Hockey Canada, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. From 1920 until 1963, Canada's international representation was by senior amateur club teams
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Symbols Of Canada
National symbols of Canada are the symbols that are used in Canada and abroad to represent the country and its people. Prominently, the use of the maple leaf as a Canadian symbol dates back to the early 18th century, and is depicted on its current and previous flags, the penny, and on the coat of arms (or royal arms). The Crown symbolizes the Canadian monarchy,[1] and appears on the coat of arms (used by parliamentarians and government ministries), the flag of the Governor General,[1] the coats of arms of many provinces and territories; the badges of several federal departments, the Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Military College of Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), many regiments, and other police forces; on buildings, as well as some highway signs and licence plates
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Ice Hockey At The 1952 Winter Olympics
The men's ice hockey tournament at the 1952 Winter Olympics
1952 Winter Olympics
in Oslo, Norway, was the 7th Olympic Championship, also serving as the 19th World Championships and the 30th European Championships. The tournament was mainly played at the Jordal Amfi Arena, as well as the stadiums at Dælenenga
Dælenenga
(in Oslo), Kadettangen
Kadettangen
(Sandvika), Marienlyst (Drammen) and Lillestrøm (Lillestrøm). Canada, represented by the Edmonton Mercurys, won its sixth Olympic gold medal and 15th World Championship. Highest finishing European team Sweden won the bronze medal and its sixth European Championship. The tournament was nearly not played at all. In 1951 it was decided to drop hockey from the olympic program because of the controversies surrounding the 1948 games
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1931 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1931 World Championship was the 5th World Championship, an annual international ice hockey tournament. It took place between 1 and 8 February 1931 in Krynica-Zdrój, Poland. The tournament was won by Canada who were represented by the University of Manitoba Grads team, claiming their fifth world championship title by finishing on top of the group in the final round with a total of nine points. The United States finished second to win the silver medal, losing only one game to Canada and Austria finished third for the bronze medal. The host nation of Poland
Poland
finished fourth at the tournament after winning one game, tying one, and losing three in the final round. The World Championship also acted simultaneously as the 15th European Championship
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Ice Hockey At The 1932 Winter Olympics
The men's ice hockey tournament at the 1932 Winter Olympics
1932 Winter Olympics
in Lake Placid, U.S.A., was the 4th Olympic Championship, also serving as the 6th World Championships. Canada, represented by the Winnipeg Hockey Club, won its fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal and sixth consecutive World Championship
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1934 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1934 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships were held from February 3–11, 1934, in Milan, Italy. Canada won its seventh world championship, defeating the United States in the final. The World Championship bronze medal and the European Championship title went to Germany. It was the second European Championship title for the Germans. Like the previous year's World Championship twelve teams participated, with defending champion United States and Canada advancing directly to the second round. The other ten teams split into three preliminary groups for the six remaining second round places. In the preliminary Group C, there was a stalemate among the three teams; all three earned two points with equal goal differentials. As a result, the organizing committee decided that all three teams in Group C should advance
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1935 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1935 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships
Ice Hockey World Championships
were held from January 19 to January 27, 1935, in Davos, Switzerland, in which a record 15 countries took part. The teams first played in four preliminary round groups (three groups of four and a group of three). Unlike in the previous year, Canada participated in the preliminary round. The first two teams in each group advanced to the semifinal round, while the remaining seven played in a consolation round to determine positions 9 through 15. In the semifinal round there were two groups of four teams. The first two teams in each group advanced to a final round while the remaining teams played for positions 5 though 8
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1937 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1937 Ice Hockey World Championships were held between February 17 and February 27, 1937, in London, England. Eleven teams took part in this World Championship. Teams from Austria and Czechoslovakia were supposed to be in attendance as well but had issues travelling, and cancelled.[1] In the preliminary round, the teams were divided into three groups: two groups of four teams and a group with three teams. The top three teams in the groups with four teams and the top two in the group with three teams advanced to the second round. The second round consisted of two groups of four with the top two teams in each group advancing to the final round. The other four team in the second round played in the consolation round for places 5-8. The three teams that did not advance to the second round were supposed to play off for ninth through eleventh place, but first Romania, then both Sweden and Norway decided not to continue playing.[1]Norway prior to the start of the tournament
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1939 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1939 Ice Hockey World Championships were held between February 3 and February 12, 1939, in Zürich and Basel, Switzerland. Austria had been annexed by Germany in 1938, and four Austrians played this tournament in German jerseys.[1] The fourteen teams participating in the 1939 World Championship were initially divided into four preliminary groups: two groups of four and two groups of three. The top two teams in each group advanced to the second round. The eight teams in the second round played in two groups of four, with the top two from each group advancing to the third (final) round. The six teams not advancing to the second round played a consolation round in two groups of 3 teams with the winners of each group playing a one-game play-off for 9th place. The four teams not advancing from the second round played a consolation round for placed 5 through 8. Canada won its eleventh world championship winning all their games while only giving up one goal in the entire tournament
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Ice Hockey At The 1948 Winter Olympics
The men's ice hockey tournament at the 1948 Winter Olympics
1948 Winter Olympics
in St. Moritz, Switzerland, was the 6th Olympic Championship, also serving as the 15th World Championships and the 26th European Championships. Canada, represented by the Ottawa RCAF Flyers
Ottawa RCAF Flyers
team of Canadian Armed Forces personnel, won its fifth Olympic gold medal and 12th World Championship. Highest finishing European team Czechoslovakia won the silver medal and its eighth European Championship.Contents1 Rival United States teams 2 Final tournament 3 Results 4 Top scorer4.1 Team Members5 European Championship medal table 6 ReferencesRival United States teams[edit] The tournament was marred by controversy before the Games began. The United States sent two hockey teams to compete in St
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1950 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 17th Ice Hockey World Championships and 28th European Championships were held from 13 to 22 March 1950 in London, England. Canada, represented by the Edmonton Mercurys, won its 13th World Championship. Highest ranking European team Switzerland finished third, winning its fourth European Championship
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1951 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1951 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship was the 18th World Championship and the 29th European Championship in ice hockey for international teams. The tournament took place in France from 9th to 17 March and the games were played in the capital city, Paris. Thirteen nations took part, and were first split into two groups. The seven best teams were placed in the first group, and the six others were placed into the "Criterium Européen", which would later become the B Pool. Each group was played in a round robin format, with each team playing each other once. Canada, represented by the Lethbridge Maple Leafs, became world champions for the 14th time
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1955 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1955 World Ice Hockey Championships
1955 World Ice Hockey Championships
was the 22nd edition of the Ice Hockey World Championships. The tournament was held in Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Krefeld
Krefeld
and Cologne, West Germany
West Germany
from February 25 to March 6, 1955. A total of 14 nations participated in this World Championship, which was a new record for the postwar era. As a result, the teams were seeded with the strongest 9 teams placed in Pool A (the championship pool) and the remaining 5 nations as well as the West German B team placed in Pool B. Canada, represented by the Penticton V's of the Okanagan Senior League won their 16th international title. For the second straight year both the Soviets and Canadians were undefeated until they played each other in the final game of the tournament
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Hockey Canada
Hockey Canada, which merged with the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association in 1998, is the national governing body of ice hockey and ice sledge hockey in Canada
Canada
and is a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. Hockey Canada
Canada
controls a majority of ice hockey in Canada.[1][2] There are some notable exceptions, such as the Canadian Hockey League and U Sports
U Sports
(formerly known as Canadian Interuniversity Sport) who partner with Hockey Canada, but are not members, as well as any of Canada's professional hockey clubs
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1958 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1958 Ice Hockey World Championships were held between February 28 and March 9, 1958, in Oslo, Norway at the Jordal Amfi arena. The Whitby Dunlops represented Canada, winning the World Championship for the 17th time
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1959 World Ice Hockey Championships
The 1959 Ice Hockey World Championships were held between March 5 and March 15, 1959, in Prague, and six other cities in Czechoslovakia. Canada, represented by the Belleville McFarlands, won their eighteenth World championship, winning every game but their last. The Soviet Union finished second, claiming their fifth European title followed by the host Czechs
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