Canada men's national inline hockey team

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Canada men's national inline hockey team
Medal record
Men's Inline Hockey
IIHF InLine Hockey World Championship
Gold medal – first place 1998 - Anaheim Top Division
Gold medal – first place 2008 - Bratislava Division I
Gold medal – first place 2012 - Ingolstadt Top Division
Gold medal – first place 2015 - Tampere Top Division
Silver medal – second place 1996 - Minneapolis Top Division
Silver medal – second place 1997 - Anaheim Top Division
Silver medal – second place 2014 Pardubice Top Division
Bronze medal – third place 2011 Pardubice Top Division
Bronze medal – third place 2013 - Dresden Division I
FIRS Inline Hockey World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2002 - Rochester
Silver medal – second place 1995 - Chicago
Silver medal – second place 1997 - Zell am See
Silver medal – second place 2004 - London
Silver medal – second place 2009 - Varese
Silver medal – second place 2012 - Bucaramanga
Bronze medal – third place 2003 - Pisek
Bronze medal – third place 2006 - Detroit
Bronze medal – third place 2007 - Bilbao
PanAm Games
Silver medal – second place 2003 - Santo Domingo
World Games
Silver medal – second place 2005 - Duisburg

The Canadian men's national inline hockey team is the national team for Canada, based in Dauphin, Manitoba (NIHA) and Richmond Hill, Ontario (Inline Canada). The team is controlled by the National Inline Hockey Association - Canada for IIHF events and Inline Canada for FIRS events.

History[edit]

Initially, the Canadian national team was administered by Hockey Canada. It made an appearance in the first three IIHF Inline Hockey World Championships, winning Silver in 1996 and 1997. In 1998, the Canadian squad defeated the two-time world Champions United States, in the gold medal game to win the first gold medal in country history. Following the 1998 World Championships, Canada withdrew from international competition. Hockey Canada shut down their inline hockey program in 2000.[1]

Following Hockey Canada's shut down of their program, two separate governing bodies emerged. The National Inline Hockey Association - Canada for IIHF related events and the Canadian Inline Hockey Association, which became Inline Canada in 2003 for all FIRS related events. The two programs are both recognized by certain bodies as Canada's national inline hockey team. The NIHA-Canada version of the team is recognized by Hockey Canada and USA Hockey as the national team.[2] The Inline Canada version is recognized by the Canadian Olympic Committee as the national team, through the IOC's recognition of the FIRS as the international organizer of inline hockey.[3]

The 2002 FIRS Men's Inline Hockey World Championships marked Canada's return to international competition. The team won Gold at the tournament.[4]

The 2008 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships marked Canada's returned to IIHF competition. The team was led by Head Coach Gerry St Cyr and Assistant player coach Michael Hunt. Team Canada won the IIHF Division 1 World Championship in 2008

As well, Canada has participated in the inline hockey competitions at the Pan-American Games and the World Games.

Current Rosters[edit]

IIHF World Championship roster[5][edit]

Goaltenders
# Player Hometown Club
72 Brett Leggat Hamilton, Ontario Canada Brantford Blast (Allan Cup Hockey) (Tour Mudcats, Pro )
62 Tommy Nixon Sherwood Park, Alberta CanadaSherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
Defensemen
# Player Hometown Club
4 Kyle Henderson Edmonton, Alberta Canada Tour Mudcats/Devon Barons (Pro/NCHL)


9 Kirk French Langley, British Columbia United States Mission/Pro Player (USA)
44 Fred Corbeil Quebec France France Professional Inline (FRA)
42 Adam Ross Red Deer, Alberta Canada Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
25 Chris Terry Brampton, Ontario United States Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)


82 Jordan Draper Alberta, Alberta France Mont-Blanc (France 2)
Forwards
# Player Hometown Club
10 Max Grassi North Vancouver, British Columbia Germany Wanderers Germering (GER)
11 Joshua Foote Sherwood Park, Alberta France Professional Inline Hockey (Paris, FR)
20 Dave Hammond Orange, California, Namibia Namibia Reebok Professional Inline Team (Orange County, CA)
47 Brendan Baumgartner Edmonton, Alberta Canada Innisfail Eagles (Chinook HL)
91 Thomas Woods North Vancouver, British Columbia United States Tour Mudcats (NARCh)
79 Kyle Sheen Calgary, Alberta CanadaBentley Generals (Chinook HL)



Coaching Staff


2012 FIRS World Championship roster[6][edit]

Goaltenders
# Player Hometown Club
31 Brad Topping Strathroy, Ontario ()
33 Dylan Ellis Oakville, Ontario United States SUNY-Potsdam (NCAA)
Defensemen
# Player Hometown Club
10 Jason Allan ()
15 Trevor Bennett ()
44 Fred Corbeil ()
Forwards
# Player Hometown Club
16 Marcus Pryde Oakville, Ontario France Phénix de Reims (FFHG Division 1)
41 Phil Boudreault Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec Spain CH Jaca (Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo)
55 Bill Boyes Bright's Grove, Ontario ()
59 Lukas Ciotti Hamilton, Ontario United States Adrian College (NCAA)
61 Alex Grenier ()
63 Jamie Visser Mississauga, Ontario Netherlands Friesland Flyers (North Sea Cup)
71 Max Grassi North Vancouver, British Columbia Canada UBC Thunderbirds (CIS)
91 Thomas Woods North Vancouver, British Columbia United States Tour Mudcats (NARCh)
96 Andrew Rhodes Pickering, Ontario United States Bethel University (NCAA)

|;Coaching Staff

World Championship results by year[edit]

IIHF Version[edit]

  • 1996 - Won Silver Medal
  • 1997 - Won Silver Medal
  • 1998 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2008 - 9th Place - Division I Gold Medal
  • 2009 - 7th Place - A Pool
  • 2010 - 4th Place
  • 2011 - Won Bronze Medal
  • 2012 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2013 - Won Bronze Medal
  • 2014 - Won Silver Medal

FIRS Version[edit]

  • 1995 - Won Silver Medal
  • 1997 - Won Silver Medal
  • 1998 - 4th Place
  • 2002 - Won Gold Medal
  • 2003 - Won Bronze Medal
  • 2004 - Won Silver Medal
  • 2006 - Won Bronze Medal
  • 2007 - Won Bronze Medal
  • 2008 - 6th Place
  • 2009 - Won Silver Medal
  • 2010 - 6th Place
  • 2011 - 4th Place
  • 2012 - Won Silver Medal

References[edit]

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