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Malcolm Spence scored with seven seconds left in overtime to lead Canada to a 3-2 win over Czechia and its 24th gold medal at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
From Mississauga to Team Canada, Malcolm Spence and Michael Misa push each other to on- and off-ice success.
Twenty-four players from seven Members will wear the Maple Leaf with Team Canada at the 2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
Alan Letang will lead Canada as head coach at the 2023 Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Trenčín and Břeclav, working alongside assistant coaches Kris Mallette and Sylvain Favreau.
Dave Brown, Cam Russell and Peter Anholt will oversee Canada’s men’s U17, U18 and U20 programs in 2023-24.

Six unanswered goals sent Canada to a spot in the gold medal game. 

Catton scored twice as Canada finished atop Group B.

Ritchie finished with three goals to lead Canada to its first win.

Catton finished with 1G 2A, but Canada fell to Finland.
Spence finished with 2A to lead Canada over Czechia on Saturday.

Lindstrom finished with 2G 2A to lead Canada to a win.

Gauthier scored the winner to send Canada to summer U18 gold again.
Kiiskinen had 1G 1A to help Finland to bronze, its first medal since 2012.
Stenberg scored twice and the Swedes pulled away late to advance.

Ritchie scored the GWG and Ratzlaff backstopped Canada into the final.

Slukynsky made 33 saves to backstop the Americans to fifth place.

Braillard scored twice to help the Swiss to seventh place.

Ratzlaff earned his second shutout to help Canada top Group A.

Cedzo scored twice, including the OT winner, for the Slovaks.
Šprynar scored the GWG as Czechia earned a semifinal spot.
Yager had two goals and two assists to help Canada to the semis.
Kiviharju had three assists as Finland booked a spot in the semifinals.
Lindstein scored a goal and set up four others in the Swedish win.

Stenberg finished with three points to help the Swedes open with a win.

Uronen and Järventie had 3 points each to get the Finns their first win.

Šalé scored a hat trick as Czechia stayed unbeaten in Red Deer.

Allen and Ritchie had four points each as Canada opened with a big win.

Whiteclaw led the Americans to an opening with with 2G 1A.

Šalé scored a pair of goals in a 6-round shootout win for the Czechs. 

Cataford and Howe had 1G 1A each in an exhibition win for Canada.

Meyer scored the GWG late to send the Swiss past the Germans.

Csabi and Šalé combined for four points in Czechia’s warm-up win.

Vachon and Slukynsky combined for 20 saves to blank the Slovaks.

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