Since joining the national program MP has won countless awards and medals, but what the Team Canada captain is best known for, is delivering in the clutch. As the youngest player on Team Canada during the 2010 winter Olympics, MP scored 5 goals, including the two she buried during the gold medal game, leading Canada to beat the USA by a score of 2-0. In the 2014 Sochi Olympics, MP showed that she was a big game player when she led Canada to back to back Olympic gold medals, scoring the game-tying and game-winning goal in the gold medal match… again.
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Sid is one of the best to ever play the game, and with 3 Stanley cups and 4 Gold medals for team Canada, he’s got the hardware to prove it. If that wasn’t enough, Sid is the youngest NHL player ever to get 100 points in a season, the youngest to lead the NHL playoffs in scoring, the youngest to win a World Championship scoring title and the youngest NHL captain to win a Stanley Cup
Andre is fast. Really fast. The Canadian record holder for the 200m was the first Canadian sprinter to win 3 medals in an Olympics, when he took home a silver and 2 bronze at his debut in Rio in 2016. Since then, he’s continued to build his success, winning numerous national and international titles as well as winning the Lionel Conacher Award in 2016 as the male Canadian athlete of the year. Tokyo 2020 is right around the corner, and you can count on Andre’s name being talked about across the country.
After being selected 1st overall in the 2017 QMJHL Draft, Alexis quickly made his mark, scoring 80 points in his rookie season. Not only did this dominant performance earn him the CHL Rookie of the year award, but it also earned him the captaincy of Team Canada at the Ivan Hlinka Gretzky Cup, where he led team Canada to a gold medal. But Alexis isn’t letting up any time soon. In his second year in the QMJHL, he blew past his points total from last year and finished the season with 105 points, won the CHL player of the year, and was selected to the IIHF World Junior team as an underage player... all at 17 years old.