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Men Team Canada is looking for applicants interested in the positions of Physiotherapist and Equipment Manager for the 2015 ISBHF World Championships in Zug, Switzerland.

For more information, please click here, and you will be redirected on the CBHA website:

Position of physiotherapist

Position of Equipment Manager


Applicants have until October 21th, 2014 to send their cover letter and resume.


Team Canada Masters Men & Women both take Gold at the 2014 ISBHF Masters World Cup in Tampa, Florida...


Masters Women's Team Canada went  a perfect 4-0 in the round robin with 17 goals for and 0 against.
The Women's squad continued their streak of shutouts into the semi finals and championship game where the team defeated Slovakia in the semi finals 6-0 and Team USA - Blue 2-0 in the Gold Medal game with goals by Isabelle Aube and Sara Ross to take the inaugural Women's Masters World Cup.
Masters Men's Team Canada also went through the tournament undefeated. After going 3-0 in the round robin they defeated Greece 5-1 in the quarter finals and USA 2-1 in the semi finals with the exciting game winner being scored with less than 1 second on the clock.
This set up the championship game with the Canada - Wolfpack team from Ontario who also was undefeated going into the final match.
Canada - Wolfpack got into some penalty trouble early and Team Canada capitalized with 2 power play goals by Paolo Musto. Canada - Wolfpack came back with a shorthanded goal if it's own making it 2-1 after two periods. Team Canada opened things up in the third period with Musto's third power play goal along with tallies by Jason Cormier and Mike Allaby to secure a 5-1 victory and the Men's Masters World Cup title.


Tuesday October 21
(1)Chaos vs Primetime(10)
Once the ball got rolling, their was nothing Chaos could have done to contain their opponents. C.Dapoulias and E.Kavaldjian single handily owned the opening frame combining for eight points giving Primetime a 5-1 lead. That momentum carried over for the duration of the match where Primetime did everything right except for allowing a second period tally.

Wednesday October 22
(1)BijouxJr vs Ducks(4)
After giving up the first goal of the game, the Ducks responded with force to take the match versus BijouxJr. The Ducks paired goals in both the second and third frames leaving BijouxJr with no answers. J.Perrotta notched the winner by the mid way point of the contest and R.Herath faced just over 20 shots to record the win in nets.
(5)Fat Cats vs Punishers(4)
Despite what their record shows, the Punishers are no where close from being a bottom feeder team. Tonight they dropped another one goal game late in the third period where R.Masella came up big netting a hat trick. J.Scalia had an influence setting up three goals for the win while C.Gagnon was the Punishers best player posting a hat trick.
(5)ITT/Audi vs Steelers(3)
The dynamic duo of Y.Gazura and A.Stamiris clicked all night as both players combined for eight points in a 5-3 win over the Steelers. Y.Gazura carried his team by the second period posting three straight goals to overcome a 2-0 deficit. The Steelers did reduce the margin on a power play tally from C.Retsinas but weren’t able to get that much needed equaliser as N.Macrozonaris confirms the result in an empty cage.
(5)TANK vs Table 51(5) S.O
Considering how bad Table 51 started off their season, this result can only come as a confidence booster. They would have loved nothing more than to take the game in regulation time after being up 3-2 with only ten seconds remaining. N.Gilbert , captain of Tank came to the rescue and forced the game into a shootout where he was one of four players combined to score. D.Lacroix and his captain K.Hrivnack gathered points in every frame for Table 51 finishing with three each.
(5)MoneyShot vs Stingers(4)
Five players found the back of the net for the MoneyShot as they barely got by the Stingers. After posting three second period tallies, the MoneyShot went in shutdown mode for the remainder of the match where they allowed only one third period power play goal. S.Glassford’s late second period goal proved to be good enough for the game winner. As for the Stingers, P.Cote had a solid performance participating in all four goals that included two tallies.
(6)Viking du Nord vs Buckshots(4)
All streaks tend to come to an end at one point and that’s exactly what Le Viking du Nord did to the Buckshots. A perfect 6-0 record ended on Wednesday night thanks to an overall team effort from Le Viking du Nord. Y.St-Georges is always a spark plug for his club as the forward posted a pair of goals both coming in the second period alone. L.Larocque was heavily involved as he usually is accumulating a total of four points while his captain R.Ricard along with D.Boivin-Audette faired well with three points a piece.
(5)Horsemen vs Storm(3)
Call him clutch as P.Sidhom once gain comes through for the Horsemen. With the game evened at three goals a piece after two frames, the Horsemen leader bagged two key third period tallies to complete his hat trick and lead his team to a fifth win in seven games. The Horsemen did a fine job overall and never once trailed during the match.
(3)Tyrants vs Hellfish(2)
The Tyrants knew they needed the better start to the game if they hoped to defeat the Hellfish. In the span of only 30 seconds, the Tyrants converted on two occasions forcing the Hellfish to play catch up hockey. Although they did manage to reduce the margin by one thanks to F.Benhamadi’s second of the contest, G.Zambaras’s second marker was able to hold up for the game winner.
(2)Nelmar vs Fat Roy(5)
Never in any danger, Fat Roy built a comfortable 5-0 third period lead and held on to it despite allowing two consecutive tallies. J.Pantelis was vital for three straight goals netting a pair and J.Sanoudakis looks like he’s back in form as the solid net minder kept his club in it all game long.
(5)Primetime vs Maniaks(4)
Slowly but surely, the Maniaks are starting to put up some good challenges. It may have come as a loss but the men in black never gave up as they won the final frame to cut the lead by only one goal. With still plenty of time for an equaliser, J-M Greeley made sure to shut the door leading his team to a nail biting victory. E.Kavaldjian had a big multi goal game that included the winner late in the second frame.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Rocco Masella of the Fat Cats. With goals in every frame, Rocco Masella was able to net a hat trick leading the Fat Cats to a close 5-4 victory over the Punishers.


Monday October 20
(1)Concept vs Smackdaddys(4)
After starting the season on a high note, Concept suffers a third straight loss. This time they fell to the hands of the Smackdaddys that took control of the third period converting on three straight occasions. S.Euchi, J.Bolonakis and M.Mavroudis all had two third period points each and S.Morante was stellar in nets allowing only M.Rainone to beat him.

Tuesday October 21
(10)Slayers vs United Arms(2)
The Slayers keep snowballing on Tuesday nights as they stormed right through the United Arms. J.Velenosi opened the scoring and added goals in every frame to finish with four tallies while J.Lulic took care of the back end setting up five markers. The Slayers did everything right on this night and still remain as the only club without a loss.
(3)Animals vs Legacy(7)
The Animals tested their luck with a short bench and clearly back fired as Legacy showed no mercy. E.Girouard had a field day posting a total of four goals and J.Rochon was a thorn out there making four tallies happen while netting one himself. Legacy only took over by the second frame notching four unanswered goals and worked a solid power play striking on two occasions.
(3)Concept vs Smooth Sailors(5)
After dominating the second period, the Smooth Sailors held on to a nail biter. Concept only got on the board by the final frame where they netted three straight goals to reduce the margin by one. A.Moffa once again had a big game as Concepts captain set up three tallies that included two from J.Moffa. As for the Smooth Sailors, M.Testolina and J.Palmitano lived up to expectations combining for nine points.
(1)Stealth Assassins vs Spartans(4)
The duo of G.Chountalos and P.Arkalis clicks early as the Spartans oust the Stealth Assassins. Both players caused damage in the first period lifting their club to a 2-0 lead and despite dropping the second frame, the Spartans regained control late in the game posting two power play markers. P.Arkalis scored one of his clubs power play markers to finish with three points and C.Stavriadis did his part once more in nets allowing only G.Gammieri to beat him.
(3)PokerTree vs Smackdaddys(1)
As expected, this battle was designed to finish in a low scoring affair. PokerTree are glad to be the ones capturing the win and did it in large part due to a pair of very quick third period goals. P.Spadafora, captain of his club snapped the dreaded 1-1 tie and S.Laporte was able to follow up shortly after giving PokerTree a two goal cushion. After facing close to 30 shots, G.Barkley earned the win by giving up only a first period power play marker.
(2)Myrmidons vs Bramabulls(8)
With wins hard to come by in the Tuesday night division, the Bramabulls made this one look easy. From start to finish, the Bramabulls took care of business and worked their special teams scoring three times with their man advantage while netting a short handed marker. It was the leader setting the example once more as A.DiPerna riffled half of his clubs goals while setting up two teammates. The Myrmidons did finally get on the board by the third period where their captain L.Hondronicolas and D.Tzimopoulos got the better of G.Follano.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Joey Palmitano. The crafty forward participated in all five goals for the Smooth Sailors as they defeated Concept 5-3.


Monday October 20
(2)Whalers vs Bramabulls(11)
A.Moffa led the way with five goals and his captain A.DiPerna netted a hat trick as the Bramabulls routed the Whalers. The Bramabulls discouraged their opponents early on winning the opening frame 5-1 before running up the second period with four unanswered tallies. The Whalers took advantage of their opportunities in both the first and third periods where the captain S.Shorkey and J-F Asselin got the better of A.Grieco.
(4)X-Treme vs Venom(3)
With four different players finding the back of the net, X-Treme built a 4-1 lead after two periods which barely held up for a positive result. L.Boutin posted the game winner by the five minute mark of the second period and X-Treme led by three up until the closing instances of the match where B.Deslauriers notched his second reducing the margin by only one.
(4)Hollywood Hustlers vs Raging Rhinos(7)
B.Makris and A.Kornaros each tallied twice and the Raging Rhinos won their battle versus the Hollywood Hustlers. After owning the opening frame 2-0, the Raging Rhinos doubled up their opponents 4-2 by the second and led comfortably for the duration of the match. Newly added PElizardo had a three point game for the win while S.Laezza was the Hollywood Hustlers best player with two goals.
(7)Latin Blue vs Armadillos(10)
For whatever reason, each side changed their methods by the third period where the Armadillos won the wild frame 6-5.While the Armadillos depended on a more balanced effort from all their players, Latin Blue saw D-J Barrios rise to the occasion as the forward posted three goals alone in the third period before finishing his night with five points. This result has the Armadillos share three wins with four teams but sit on top of the standings with a total of ten points.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Anthony Moffa. The Bramabulls forward went on a scoring rampage posting five goals and two helpers in a convincing win over the Whalers.


Monday October 20
(2)Team Greece vs River Rats(1) O.T
After grinding it out for over 45 minutes, Team Greece silenced the River Rats by the two minute mark of overtime. T.Bozinakis tied the game at one goal a piece early in the third period and N.Tzaferis was able to put his club over the top by netting the sudden death winner. The River Rats got their lone tally in the second frame with a power play marker from M.Crialese. C.Stavriadis faced 30 shots and was able to earn the win over his counter part G.Follano.
(0)Team Greece vs Northstars(3)
Team Greece had the difficult challenge of taking on the undefeated Northstars after playing an hour earlier. They managed to hold their own for a while until the second period where the Northstars pounced twice with tallies from G.Gelinas and S.Lavoie. That lead proved to be more than enough as G.Gelinas made sure to secure things with his second of the contest which eventually led to J.Beaudry’s shutout.
(2)Capitals vs Northstars(3)
The Northstars are extremely convinced that they are the best team so far posting back to back wins versus difficult opponents. This time they trailed 2-0 and were able to mount a comeback netting tallies in every frame. M-A Martineau assisted on his clubs first two goals and P.Grenier cashed in by the third notching the game winner. After playing twice in only three hours, J.Beaudry was brilliant in nets allowing only two goals.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Jonathan Beaudry of the Northstars .After playing in a double header night, the veteran net minder helped his club accumulate six points improving to a perfect 6-0 record.


Sunday October 19
(5)HC Inter vs Les Bakaloo(7)
Les Bakaloo seized the moment in the second period netting back to back power play goals for a 5-3 lead heading into the final frame. V.Nadeau and D.Dubois had multi goal games in the win while M-O Galraneau took care of the offence for the HC Inter generating three goals and a helper. With only one single point after five games, a sense of urgency will start to kick in for the HC Inter.
(1)1 Timer vs Zeus(2)
Saving their best for last, Zeus bags two third period goals and overcame a 1-0 deficit to edge the 1 Timer. J.Chakir evened the score and A.Dayan put his club in front for the first time in the match just passed the twelve minute mark of the frame. The 1 Timer got their lone tally from T.Daigneault as the only player to solve S.Bentivegna.
(3)Untouchables vs Bijoux(4) S.O
With each team going the distance, S.Vitali and Bijoux had the final say. The number 11 was able to tally by the second period before winning it in the shootout as the lone goal scorer for both sides. Down by a pair, the Untouchables managed to salvage a point by responding with two third period tallies from F.Montambeault and J.Daoust. S.Trudel and M.Dubuc accumulated a pair of pints each in the loss while L.Dias was able to earn the win in nets denying both shooters.
(5)Butchers vs Hulkamania(6) S.O
Despite having only point to the standings, the Butchers have been playing extremely well lately but aren’t able to get the lucky breaks. After battling hard in the third period by posting two consecutive goals to force overtime, the Butchers lost the shootout battle where J Courteau was able to net the winner for Hulkamania. A.Jalilvand was vital for the win as the little forward accumulated five points that included assists on G.Lallis’s two third period markers.
(1)Red Vipers vs French Kiss Mafia(3)
P.Chiotis’s third period power play goal proves to make the difference as the French Kiss Mafia improve to a 4-1 record. J.Rochon helped feed the game winner and assisted on I.Lesic’s tally moments later to seal off another victory. The Red Vipers only got on the board once in the second period where C.Campeau evened the score solving Pedram Assadi for a rare time.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Austin Jalilvand. The Hulkamania forward helped get his club into a shootout accumulating a total of five points in a tight 6-5 victory over the Butchers.


Thursday October 16
(1)Hellas vs Blades(9)
Plenty of ball control led to plenty of goals for Blades as they ousted the struggling Hellas. Only twelve minutes into the first period, Blades had already built a 5-1 lead discouraging their opponents to continue battling hard. J.Rochon used his big shot to bury three goals and E.Girouard along with B.Brathwaite each tallied twice. Hellas did manage to get on the board first with a tally from N.Velji as the only player to figure out M.Dagenais.
(7)Les Bananes vs Brewers(4)
Not happy with the way things went in last weeks match versus the Mighty Drunks, Les Bananes made sure not to repeat the same mistake. A good start to the game along with a balanced second and third period was just what the young squad needed to defeat the Brewers. Setting the example, captain S.Euchi upped his game and came up huge for his club cashing in on three occasions while setting up two different teammates.
(2)Bramabulls vs Mighty Drunks(3)
Slowly but surely the Mighty Drunks are finally getting their act together .Although it took a grinding performance, the Mighty Drunks were glad to hand the Bramabulls their first loss of the season. Already with a second period goal, G.Chountalos had a stellar final frame where he set up M.Arkalis before notching the game winning tally shortly after .Each net minder did all they possibly could in nets but it was C.Stavriadis earning the win over G.Follano.
(2)Dragons vs United Arms(3)
The United Arms needed a solid second half of the game to barely get by the Dragons. M.Yeramian tied the game in the second frame for the United Arms and C.Kalachian along with N.Malkhassian posted third period goals giving their club the slight edge. After facing 25 shots,J-F Aumais was able to lead the United Arms to their third win in five games.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Seif Euchi. The captain of Les Bananes brought his game to another level accumulating five points in a 7-4 win over the Brewers.


Thursday October 16
(5)Assurance Evolution vs 23rd Hour(4)
L’Assurance Evolution worked their power play striking three times as they barely got by the 23rd Hour. Most of their offence came in the third period winning the frame 3-1 where they were able to post up two goals with their five man unit. Y.Gourde and J-F Campeau had two goals each while J.Lamoutue Remo had the most points finishing with three helpers.
(1)JAC Motosport vs Billionaire Boys(8)
After a slow start to their season, the Billionaire Boys captured a convincing result versus a good hockey team. The Billionaire Boys poured on the offence in the second period riffling five straight goals and carried a comfortable 7-0 lead before trading goals by the third. S.Bordonaro, captain of his team opened the scoring and added a second tally while J.Velenosi did the same scoring twice as well. S.Bentivegna was headed for a shutout up until the JAC Motosport captain A.Bell spoiled the moment with a power play goal.
(5)Seals vs Werewolves(8)
It didn’t come easy but the Werewolves found a way to down the Seals. The Seals pulled within a goal very early in the third period when D.Chartrand bagged his second of the match but that was as close as they got. The Werewolves took over at that point netting three straight markers that saw P.Stroubakis complete his hat trick. Still without a point, the Seals still have half a season to get back into the race and have the potential to do so if key elements remain.
(4)Carnage vs French Connection(9)
The goal scoring wrecking machine went at it once more on Thursday night as O.Valiquette keeps putting up the numbers. Tonight, he decided to complete not one but two hat tricks netting an unbelievable high of 26 goals in only six games. Not to be ignored, J.Farrese has plenty to do with it as the skilled centreman helped make five goals happen while netting one himself. The French Connection just captured their fifth win and sit on top of the E2 Thursday standings.
(5)Deadlast vs Scorpions(1)
Deadlast were dead evened in the third period where they opened the flood gates riffling four unanswered tallies. P.Elizardo’s hot hand went to work netting three straight goals and C.Chirola along with his captain C.Zafiropoulos made sure to cap off the night by adding some insurance. Deadlast weren’t happy with the way they started off their season, but with some key acquisitions, the men in red will potentially make noise moving forward.
(3)Street Ballers vs Stones(2)
The Stones just suffered their first loss of the season to the hands of the Street Ballers. M.Russo took advantage of a third period power play opportunity to even the score at two goals a piece for the Stones, but as time went by, Y.Dube put the Street Ballers back on top with a goal that stood up till the end. With no one really standing out offensively, S.Sauk was the Street Ballers best player as the experienced net minder made important saves all game long to earn the win.
(4)Chiefs vs Electric Area(7)
Slippery conditions didn’t help both sides but the Electric Area used their feet a little better to earn the win over the Chiefs. The Chiefs led for a good portion of the match until M.Menassa decided otherwise. The slick forward quietly sneaked his way into open areas and made plenty happen scoring three times while setting up A.Gregory for the game winning goal. T.Saviolidis also had a big game with four points for the Electric Area while Y.Gazura had a four point game as well but in a losing cause.
(14)Renceur vs Armored Saints(5)
They are young, quick and extremely talented and not even a solid team like the Armored Saints were able to contain them on Thursday night. Renceur will be a force all year and tonight they showed why with an explosive performance. Already up 7-2 after one period, Renceur continued to stroll along bagging another seven goals in the last two frames. It made sense that B.Deslauriers had the most goals finishing with a hat trick while J.Quesnel-Vinet, M-A Lefebvre and A.Dayan all had two goals a piece.

Saturday October 18
(4)Scorpions vs Legion(3)
Despite a slow start to the game, the Scorpions are glad to capture three points versus a depleted line up. The come back began in the second period where the Scorpions bagged three unanswered goals to grab their first lead of the night. N.Zermalias complicated things by netting his second marker and third point of the game for Legion until a late tally from the Scorpions captain B.Douek changed the result.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Mikael Menassa of the Electric Area. The right handed centre man had his way against the Chiefs converting on three occasions while adding a helper on the game winning goal.


Wednesday October 8(Finals)
(4)Red Lite vs Generals(2)
As much as each side wants to be crowned champions, the Generals would love nothing more to prove to everyone that they can defeat hockey’s legends. Unfortunately the task just got a little more complicated as they’ll now need two straight wins after falling 4-2 on Wednesday night. With the game tied at two goals a piece, S.Legris not only snapped the tie but was able to confirm the victory by adding a late insurance marker. Each net minder had to be really good but S.Rossi did capture the win over his counter part O.Gaucher.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Shawn Legris of Red Lite. The forward came through twice to help give Red Lite a 1-0 series lead.

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Monday September 8
(3)Red Lite vs Black Knights(2) O.T
It took an overtime win but the Red Lite got it done to finish off their season in first place. The Black Knights managed to overcome a 2-0 deficit getting goals from P.Musto and S.Sacco before N.Vargas-Dias ended the night with the sudden death winner. S.Legris and S.Ghilarducci notched the other tallies in the victory and Mathieu Duguay got credited the win allowing only two goals in a short span of less than a minute. With the regular season coming to an end, the semi-finals will begin immediately on Wednesday September 10. Red Lite will look to take care of the Royal Flush while the Black Knights will have a difficult task versus the Generals.

Semi finals:

(1)Red Lite vs Royal Flush    (4)
(2)Generals vs Black Knights(3)

The Boston pizza player of the night goes to Nelson Vargas-Dias. The skilled forward was able to clinch first place for the Red Lite by cashing in with the overtime game winning goal.

Wednesday September 3
(6)Red Lite vs Black Knights(3)
The ten time National champions continued their rhythm on Wednesday night by doubling up the Black Knights. Although the Black Knights had the better start posting a 3-1 first period lead, the Red Lite found an extra gear in the final frame where they riffled four unanswered tallies to take the contest. Y.Jomphe evened the score at three goals a piece and was able to add his second of the night as the only multi goal scorer of the match.
(8)Generals vs Royal Flush(1)
K.Kuczmarski’s two first period goals set the tone as the Generals run away with an easy win. The Generals cruised their way to an easy result and had the luxury to slow things down if they wanted knowing that they had a game immediately after versus the Black Knights. Apart from his two first period goals, K.Kuczmarski added to his production by setting up both J.Adamou and J.Bradley.
(8)Generals vs Black Knights(1)
The Generals simply duplicated what they did earlier on by routing the Black Knights 8-1.Most of their production occurred in the second frame where they posted up five goals to carry a comfortable 7-1 third period lead. Maxime Duguay and S.Proulx had multi goal games, and for a second straight match, O.Gaucher allowed only one tally.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Olivier Gaucher. The Generals net minder allowed a mere two goals in back to back games versus the Royal Flush and the Black Knights.


Ball Hockey is promoted through Quebecers in Jamaica

From September 8-12, 2014, Jean-Marie Larochelle and two of his friends went to Jamaica to organize a ball hockey camp for kids at Drapers All Age School and Port Antonio Primary School.

It is his passion for hockey in all its forms which led him to organize this project:” Last January, during my first trip to Jamaica, I spoke with people from the little town where I was living in and hockey quickly came on the topic. They told me I should come back to teach ball hockey at their elementary school. After a few months of preparation, we decided on a date and the project was launch”, he explains.

Jean-Marie and his friends organized morning sessions at Drapers All Age School, and afternoon ones at Port Antonio. The young participants were aged between 6-14 years old and the project targeted girls as much as boys. “People just loved it and we drew crowds sometimes. I just learned last week that the kids were still playing after I left. I gave all the hockey sticks and ball to the school so they could practice every day.”

Given the success of his camp, he plans on returning next January for the second phase of his project where he plans on organizing games between the two schools.
He concludes saying: « It honestly was one of the best experiences in my life. To see all these kids learn a new sport and adapt it that quickly and easily was very impressive.” He also mentions that there weren’t any gyms in the schools and they had to play on a bad quality basketball course. Yet, the kids were doing very well. “Imagine the potential they would have on gym or real ball hockey floors. I guarantee you they would be excellent players!”

Amongst others, he thanks Tony Iannitto and George Gortsos from the CBHA and ISBHF for donating hockey sticks and balls, Roy Larochelle Avocats inc. for the t-shirts, Sean Wilson from Coast to Coast Hockey shop and the people who participated to his Indiegogo fundraising.

You can watch videos and pictures from his trip here:

CBHA Board of Directors Announced

There was more than enjoying the atmosphere of the first CBHA National Championships ever in Saskatoon, SK for some ball hockey people at Nationals this year.  Delegates from across Canada arrived early for the CBHA AGM to plan for the year ahead.

At the AGM election's were held with President Shelley Callaghan of Ontario and CBHA Minor`s VP, Lisa Vendrasco being elected for their second term.  In addition, the following new Board members were elected:.

Western Region VP - Jason Eapen, Alberta
Men`s VP - Rudy Leopp, Manitoba
Eastern Region VP - Steve Power, Newfoundland
CBHA Secretary - Sandy Upper, British Columbia

These 6 will join Treasurer, Jorge Sylvester of BC, Women`s VP Sara Hayward of New Brunswick and International VP Tony Iannitto of Quebec to be the nine person BOD for the CBHA.

Stepping down from the BOD after 3 years was Connie Liosis of Alberta who served one year as Men’s VP and 2 years as Western Region VP and Jason Biaini of New Brunswick who served 2 years as Men’s VP. We thank them for all their time and dedication as members of the BOD.

The CBHA wishes the CBHA Board of Directors great clarity and vision as they lead our sport forward in the days and months ahead.

Canada Sweeps Gold At The Masters World Cup

Team Canada Masters Men & Women both take Gold at the 2014 ISBHF Masters World Cup in Tampa, Florida...


Masters Women's Team Canada went  a perfect 4-0 in the round robin with 17 goals for and 0 against.
The Women's squad continued their streak of shutouts into the semi finals and championship game where the team defeated Slovakia in the semi finals 6-0 and Team USA - Blue 2-0 in the Gold Medal game with goals by Isabelle Aube and Sara Ross to take the inaugural Women's Masters World Cup.
Masters Men's Team Canada also went through the tournament undefeated. After going 3-0 in the round robin they defeated Greece 5-1 in the quarter finals and USA 2-1 in the semi finals with the exciting game winner being scored with less than 1 second on the clock.
This set up the championship game with the Canada - Wolfpack team from Ontario who also was undefeated going into the final match.
Canada - Wolfpack got into some penalty trouble early and Team Canada capitalized with 2 power play goals by Paolo Musto. Canada - Wolfpack came back with a shorthanded goal if it's own making it 2-1 after two periods. Team Canada opened things up in the third period with Musto's third power play goal along with tallies by Jason Cormier and Mike Allaby to secure a 5-1 victory and the Men's Masters World Cup title.