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The Field Hockey Board of Directors would like to announce Dr. Susan Ahrens as the Chief Executive Officer of Field Hockey Canada. Susan previously held the position of Director of Hockey Development and has served as the Interim CEO for the past two months. A former international player and coach...
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All eyes are on the Canadian national men’s and women’s programs as they focus on their Olympic journey. For the Men’s National Team, this means cutting their teeth at one of the world’s toughest tests: The Sultan Azlan Shah Cup at the end of March in Ipoh, Malaysia. For head coach...
2019 marks an Olympic qualification year for the Senior Canadian Field Hockey National Teams. The Men’s and Women’s teams will be competing in training tours, test-matches and qualification series events across the world in hopes for qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Games. Competing and training takes a great deal of time, effort and money....
Scott Tupper
Field Hockey Canada is excited to announce the 2019 Men’s National Team and Men’s Senior Development Squad. These athletes train full time out of Vancouver, BC. The team partners with West Vancouver Field Hockey Club for on-field training and partners with Richmond Olympic Oval for weight training. Members of...
Field Hockey Canada is thrilled to be sending a women’s over-45 division masters team to the 2019 Masters Indoor World Cup. The competition is set for February 14-17. This is the first time the tournament will be held under the joint banner of the IMHA & WMH. The tournament will...
Two Canadian Men’s Masters Teams set to attend the Masters Indoor World Cup in Hong Kong. Field Hockey Canada is thrilled to be sending two men’s teams to the 2019 Masters Indoor World Cup. The competition is set for February 14-17 This is the first time the tournament will be...
The Field Hockey Board of Directors would like to announce Dr. Susan Ahrens as the interim CEO of Field Hockey Canada. Susan is currently the Director of Hockey Development and has agreed to step up to provide staff leadership while the search to fill the position on a permanent basis continues. A...
Canada secures two wins and two draws with the world number 7 to cap off a successful 2018 Since their historic fifth-place finish at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the Canadian Women’s National Team has continued to drive forward, playing over 25 international games, many of which against top European teams....
Kate Wright
As the door swings to a close on another year, we are recapping the top stories of 2018 and are looking forward to 2019. TEN : CURRENT NATIONAL TEAM PLAYERS REACH MAJOR CAP MILESTONES : Kate Wright surpasses the 200-cap milestone and becomes the first Canadian woman to reach that threshold....
Jagdish Singh Gill
Canada will be facing off Netherlands in their do or die final crossover match today at the Odisha Mens Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar, India. The winner will get to play hosts India in the quarterfinals. Canada finished 3rd in Pool C after losing 2 and drawing 1 out of...
Arthur De Sloover
As the Odisha Hockey World Cup is reaching knockout phases, the excitement has reached sky-high. Belgium will face Pakistan is first cross-over. Netherlands and Canada will fight for second cross-over. In 2018 Men’s Hockey World Cup, 3rd ranked Belgium meets 13th ranked Pakistan in first cross-over. Pakistan men’s hockey team has faced problems...
Scott Tupper
Canada’s gritty pool-play performances against Belgium and South Africa were enough to secure a bid into the crossover stage of the 2018 Hockey World Cup. The Netherlands dropped a group match to Germany setting up a Tuesday night date between the Orange and Red in Bhubaneswar. In the end, the...
It’s been a long and intense four months for the Women’s National Team. The majority of the team has been centralized in Belgium competing and training in the Belgium Hockey League. They have also been meeting in Antwerp for three days each week to train as a national side. Their...
James Kirkpatrick
Canadian player James Kirkpatrick (#24) on Sunday received an official reprimand from the FIH Technical Delegate for breaching the code of conduct during their last Pool C match against India in the ongoing Men's hockey World Cup on December 8. During the Canada v India game, James Kirkpatrick received a yellow card in the 55th minute (resulting...
Jamie Wallace
Jamie Wallace remembers the day he was selected for the Canadian World Cup roster. He didn’t go to class that day, he was anxiously refreshing his email inbox, just waiting for the message saying one way or the other. “I remember, I was at the pharmacy when the email came...

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