Informations associées aux CNO - Canada

Dossard Nom Date de naissance
3 21 nov. 1987
4 03 oct. 1980
5 20 déc. 1986
7 01 janv. 1987
8 24 févr. 1986
9 04 mai 1983
11 11 nov. 1980
12 12 août 1986
15 08 mars 1990
16 21 janv. 1992
17 10 déc. 1981
18 11 mars 1987
19 02 janv. 1983
21 17 sept. 1985
22 21 juin 1990
24 30 janv. 1991
27 30 nov. 1989
30 11 sept. 1986
31 12 avr. 1990
35 30 août 1986
37 20 juin 1986
40 29 mars 1985
56 24 mai 1987
91 17 juil. 1991
92 26 mai 1992
Officiels d'équipe
Fonction Nom
Entraîneur adjoint de l'équipe
Entraîneur adjoint de l'équipe
Entraîneur adjoint de l'équipe
Entraîneur chef de l'équipe

Épreuves et médailles

Épreuve Rang Médaille
Hommes 3 Bronze


Canada - Calendrier

Calendrier
Heure de début Épreuve Statut
jeu., 15 févr. 21:10
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe A
Switzerland
1
Canada
5
Terminée
sam., 17 févr. 12:10
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe A
Canada
2
Czech Republic
3
Terminée
dim., 18 févr. 21:10
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe A
Canada
4
Republic of Korea
0
Terminée
mer., 21 févr. 21:10
Hommes Phase finale, quarts de finale
Canada
1
Finland
0
Terminée
ven., 23 févr. 21:10
Hommes Phase finale, demi-finales
Canada
3
Germany
4
Terminée
sam., 24 févr. 21:10
Hommes Match médaille de bronze
Czech Republic
4
Canada
6
Terminée

Biographie

Langues parlées ENG
Événements marquants
RankYearLocation
Olympic Winter Games
1 2014 Sochi, RUS
1 2010 Vancouver, BC, CAN
1 2002 Salt Lake City, UT, USA
1 1952 Oslo, NOR
1 1948 St. Moritz, SUI
1 1932 Lake Placid, NY, USA
1 1928 St. Moritz, SUI
1 1924 Chamonix, FRA
1 1920 Antwerp, BEL
2 1994 Lillehammer, NOR
2 1992 Albertville, FRA
2 1960 Squaw Valley, CA, USA
2 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
3 1968 Grenoble, FRA
3 1956 Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA
4 1998 Nagano, JPN
4 1988 Calgary, AB, CAN
4 1984 Sarajevo, YUG
4 1964 Innsbruck, AUT
6 1980 Lake Placid, NY, USA
7 2006 Turin, ITA
World Championship
1 2016 Russian Federation
1 2015 Czech Republic
1 2007 Russian Federation
1 2004 Czech Republic
1 2003 Finland
1 1997 Finland
1 1994 Italy
1 1961 Switzerland
1 1959 Czechoslovakia
1 1958 Norway
1 1955 Germany
1 1952 Norway
1 1951 France
1 1950 Great Britain
1 1948 Switzerland
1 1939 Switzerland
1 1938 Czechoslovakia
1 1937 Great Britain
1 1935 Switzerland
1 1934 Italy
1 1932 United States of America
1 1931 Poland
1 1930 Germany
1 1928 Switzerland
1 1924 France
1 1920 Belgium
2 2017 France/Germany
2 2009 Switzerland
2 2008 Canada
2 2005 Austria
2 1996 Austria
2 1991 Finland
2 1989 Sweden
2 1985 Czechoslovakia
2 1962 United States of America
2 1960 United States of America
2 1954 Sweden
2 1949 Sweden
2 1936 Germany
2 1933 Czechoslovakia
3 1995 Sweden
3 1986 Soviet Union
3 1983 Federal Republic of Germany
3 1982 Finland
3 1978 Czechoslovakia
3 1968 France
3 1967 Austria
3 1966 Yugoslavia
3 1956 Italy
4 2006 Latvia
4 2000 Russian Federation
4 1999 Norway
4 1993 Germany
4 1990 Switzerland
4 1987 Austria
4 1981 Sweden
4 1979 Soviet Union
4 1977 Austria
4 1969 Sweden
4 1965 Finland
4 1964 Austria
4 1963 Sweden
5 2014 Belarus
5 2013 Sweden/Finland
5 2012 Sweden/Finland
5 2011 Slovakia
5 2001 Germany
6 2002 Sweden
6 1998 Switzerland
7 2010 Germany
8 1992 Czechoslovakia
World Junior Championship
1 2009 Canada
1 2008 Czech Republic
1 1997 Switzerland
1 1996 United States of America
1 1995 Canada
1 1994 Czech Republic
1 1993 Sweden
1 1991 Canada
1 1990 Finland
1 1988 Soviet Union
1 1985 Finland
1 1982 United States of America
2 2011 United States of America
2 2010 Canada
2 1999 Canada
2 1986 Canada
2 1977 Czechoslovakia
3 2012 Canada
3 2001 Russian Federation
3 2000 Sweden
3 1983 Soviet Union
3 1978 Canada
4 1989 United States of America
4 1984 Sweden
5 1980 Finland
5 1979 Sweden
6 1992 Germany
7 1981 Federal Republic of Germany
8 1998 Finland
World Championship Under 18
1 2008 Russian Federation
4 2011 Germany
4 2009 United States of America
7 2010 Belarus
Informations supplémentaires

General
Canada arrive in Pyeongchang looking to secure a third consecutive Olympic gold medal. At the 2014 Games in Sochi, the Canadians topped their group, then defeated Latvia and the United States of America in the knockout stages. That secured a place in the gold medal match against Sweden, which they won 3-0. 

Four years earlier, on home ice in Vancouver, Canada won gold in a dramatic final. The team took a 2-0 lead before the US team hit back, scoring an equaliser with 25 seconds of normal time remaining. Sidney Crosby's overtime winner clinched victory and helped Canada avenge a 5-3 loss to the United States of America in the group stage.

Canada are the most successful men's ice hockey team at the Olympic Games, having won a total of nine gold medals. The team's strongest period came between 1920 and 1952, when Canada claimed six out of seven gold medals on offer, but after that golden period it would be 50 years until they won their next gold, triumphing at the 2002 Games in Salt Lake City. However, they did win three silver and two bronze during that 50-year period, and were also not present at the 1972 and 1976 Games after protesting the ban on professional players taking part.

In addition to being nine-time Olympic champions, Canada have also claimed 20 gold medals at the world championships. Canada's two most recent victories came in 2015 and 2016, but the team was denied a hat-trick of world titles in 2017 after losing to Sweden in a shootout in the final.

Canada qualified for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang by finishing top of the world rankings at the conclusion of the 2015 World Championships.


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