Hockey Canada unveils Winter Olympic jerseys

HOCKEY CANADA UNVEILS 2022 WINTER OLYMPIC JERSEYS

NOV 23, 2021  (22H30)      COOPER GODIN
During the first intermission of Canada's game against the United States on Tuesday night, Hockey Canada unveiled the uniforms for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

The trio of jersey released today will be worn when Canada talks to the ice in February. First up is the red uniform, which features a black maple leaf on the front, the white uniform has a red maple leaf, while the black alternate uniform has a black maple leaf outlined in red.

"The Olympics and Paralympics are the pinnacle of sport, and we are excited to unveil the three jerseys that our men's, women's and para hockey athletes will wear as they represent our country on sport's biggest stage in Beijing," said Tom Renney, chief executive officer of Hockey Canada. "We know how passionate Canadian hockey fans are, and we know fans from coast to coast to coast will embrace the new jerseys as they cheer on our country's best hockey players. We look forward to wearing these spectacular jerseys on the ice in Beijing, and seeing Canadians all around the world supporting our teams in the Olympic and Paralympic jersey."

"There is no greater honour in sport than representing your country on the world's biggest stage at the Olympics and Paralympics, and our men's, women's and para hockey team hopefuls are excited by the opportunity to wear these three jerseys that embody Canadian hockey," said Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer of Hockey Canada. "We know our athletes, staffs and hockey fans alike will wear these jerseys with a tremendous amount of pride when our hockey teams head to Beijing represented by one leaf, as one team with one goal in mind, and that is bringing three gold medals back to Canada."

The Canadian women's national team will be the first to wear the new uniforms. They play Switzerland on February 3rd, Finland on February 5th, the Russian Olympic Committee on February 7th, and will wrap up the group stage on February 8th against the United States.

As for the men's team, they'll wear these uniforms first on February 10th against Germany. Their other two group stage games are against the United States on February 12th, and China on February 13th.



Source: Hockey Canada.
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ATLANTIC DIVISION
2021-2022 SEASON
TEAMSGPWLOLPTS
1
MAPLE LEAFS24176135
2
PANTHERS22154333
3
LIGHTNING21125428
4
RED WINGS24129327
5
BRUINS19118-22
6
SABRES22811319
7
CANADIENS24616214
8
SENATORS2041519
NHL STATS
LIVE
DECEMBER 2, 2021 G A PTS
JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
1 4 5
SAM REINHART
1 3 4
AARON EKBLAD
2 1 3
VICTOR HEDMAN
2 1 3
KIRILL KAPRIZOV
2 1 3
RYAN HARTMAN
1 2 3
ALEX FORMENTON
2 - 2
VINNIE HINOSTROZA
2 - 2
ANTON LUNDELL
2 - 2
JASON ROBERTSON
2 - 2
  COMPLETE RESULTS
NHL STATS
SEASON
2021-2022GPGAPTS
LEON DRAISAITL
21202141
CONNOR MCDAVID
21152540
ALEXANDER OVECHKIN
+1
25191939
JONATHAN HUBERDEAU
+5
2492033
NAZEM KADRI
+1
2192131
EVGENY KUZNETSOV
+1
2592029
KIRILL KAPRIZOV
+3
2391828
TIMO MEIER
+2
19111326
STEVEN STAMKOS
+1
22111426
AARON EKBLAD
+3
24101526
VICTOR HEDMAN
+3
2371725
JOHNNY GAUDREAU
2391625
TROY TERRY
23151025
MIKAEL GRANLUND
2452025
JOHN TAVARES
23111425
BRAD MARCHAND
1891524
KYLE CONNOR
22141024
SEBASTIAN AHO
+2
23101224
ROBERT THOMAS
+2
2422024
MATT DUCHENE
24131124
  COMPLETE STATS