Canada national men's inline hockey team

The Canadian national inline hockey team is the national team for Canada , based in Red Deer, Alberta. The team is controlled by the National Inline Hockey Association - Canada.

History

Canada 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. However, the 2008 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships marked Canada's returned to international competition.

World Championship results by year

*1996 - Won Silver Medal
*1997 - Won Silver Medal
*1998 - Won Gold Medal
*2008 - 9th Place - Division I Gold Medal

External links

* [http://www.niha.ca/default.htm NIHA-Canada official website]


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