Team Canada Hockey Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Team Canada hockey jerseys below. Home, away, authentic Nike and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock. Olympics, World Juniors, World Championships, Canada Cup and more:

2010 Team Canada Olympic Authentic Fight Strap Hockey Jersey sz 54 vtg rare

2010 Team Canada Olympic Authentic Fight Strap Hockey Jersey sz 54 vtg rare
$179.99

ERIC LINDROS 1996 WORLD CUP of HOCKEY TEAM CANADA JERSEY SIZE L

ERIC LINDROS 1996 WORLD CUP of HOCKEY TEAM CANADA JERSEY SIZE L
$119.99

1996 World Cup Of Hockey Team Canada Claude Lemieux Pro Jersey sz52

1996 World Cup Of Hockey Team Canada Claude Lemieux Pro Jersey sz52
$135.00

Nike Team Canada Hockey Jersey 2014 Olympics Sochi Red Mens XL

Nike Team Canada Hockey Jersey 2014 Olympics Sochi Red Mens XL
$54.99

TEAM CANADA 1976 Canada Cup Old Time Hockey Heavyweight Jersey Lace Hoodie Small

TEAM CANADA 1976 Canada Cup Old Time Hockey Heavyweight Jersey Lace Hoodie Small
$69.00

Team Canada 2016 World Cup of Hockey Authentic Adidas Jersey 7387 Size 56 Issued

Team Canada 2016 World Cup of Hockey Authentic Adidas Jersey 7387 Size 56 Issued
$299.99

New Authentic Nike Team Canada IIHF 100th Anniversary Hockey Jersey Sz M Olympic

New Authentic Nike Team Canada IIHF 100th Anniversary Hockey Jersey Sz M Olympic
$39.99

Eric Lindros red Team Canada CCM hockey jersey 88

Eric Lindros red Team Canada CCM hockey jersey 88
$99.99

1993 Team Canada CCM maska hockey jersey 36 Suisse mens XL vtg NHL OG used

1993 Team Canada CCM maska hockey jersey 36 Suisse mens XL vtg NHL OG used
$99.50

World Cup of Hockey 2016 Adidas Team Canada Sidney Crosby Jersey Size Medium

World Cup of Hockey 2016 Adidas Team Canada Sidney Crosby Jersey Size Medium
$74.99

New Authentic Nike Team Canada IIHF 100th Anniversary Hockey Jersey Sz S Olympic

New Authentic Nike Team Canada IIHF 100th Anniversary Hockey Jersey Sz S Olympic
$39.99

TEAM CANADA Adidas World Cup of Hockey White Jersey Youth Large XL NWT

TEAM CANADA Adidas World Cup of Hockey White Jersey Youth Large XL NWT
$49.00

Team Canada White Home Hockey Nike Jersey Men M

Team Canada White Home Hockey Nike Jersey Men M
$39.00

Nike Team Canada Hockey Jersey Authentic Jarome Iginla 52 PSA signed autographed

Nike Team Canada Hockey Jersey Authentic Jarome Iginla 52 PSA signed autographed
$279.09

2010 VANCOUVER OLYMPIC TEAM CANADA HOCKEY SEWN JERSEY BY NIKE SIZE SMALL

2010 VANCOUVER OLYMPIC TEAM CANADA HOCKEY SEWN JERSEY BY NIKE SIZE SMALL
$52.00

Penguins Crosby Team Canada 2016 World Cup Hockey Authentic Adidas Jersey 52

Penguins Crosby Team Canada 2016 World Cup Hockey Authentic Adidas Jersey 52
$379.99



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More About Team Canada Hockey Jerseys

Nowhere on the planet are fans more passionate about the sport of hockey than Canada. It is their national game, and they believe themselves to be the best in the world. Over the decades when there has been an international best on best tournament, whether it be the World Junior Championships, the Canada Cup, or the Olympics the entire country has come to a standstill to cheer on their team and will them to victory.

Team Canada has enjoyed a rich hockey tradition going back decades. However, in the earliest days of international competition the Canadian team consisted of mainly of amateur hockey players. It wasn't until the famed 1972 Summit Series when Canada faced off against the Soviet Union that hockey fans in Canada finally got to see our best go into battle. NHL stars like Paul Henderson, Phil Esposito, Ken Dryden and Bobby Clarke battled tooth and nail during that 8 game series - not for a paycheck - but for national pride, knowing that anything less than victory would be a huge blow to Canada's national psyche. In the end they prevailed, and along the way Canadian fans got to see for the first time that international hockey could be every bit as compelling as the Stanley Cup Finals.

The Canada Cup

In 1976, 1981, 1984 and 1987 Canada played host to the Canada Cup, an off-season tournament that featured each powerful hockey nation's best players. In the 1976 Canada Cup the team assembled was quite possible the greatest ever to pull on Team Canada hockey jerseys. Bobby Orr, Guy Lafleur, Gilbert Perreault, Marcel Dionne, Darryl Sittler, and captain Bobby Clarke were just a few of the superstars that graced the team's roster. The elite squad would go on to defeat the Czechoslovakian team in the final, a victory that both Bobby Clarke and Lanny McDonald claimed in hindsight was more important to them than winning the Stanley Cup.

The 1987 Canada Cup was arguably just as compelling as the 1972 Summit Series. The final was as close as it gets with all three games between the Canadians and the Soviets settled by the same 6-5 score, and Canada winning the series two games to one. Fans got to witness possibly the greatest display of skill ever seen as Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux dazzled on shift after shift for Canada, and the Russian trio of Sergei Makarov, Igor Larianov and Vladimir Krutov were every bit as good.

The Olympics

1998 in Nagano marked the first time that Canada had ever sent their best squad to the Olympic Winter Games. In an unprecedented move the NHL halted their season partway through the schedule to allow athletes originally hailing from nations around the world to attend the games. The best players from Canada, Russia, Sweden, Finland, and the Czech Republic showed up in Japan, ready to do battle.

The anticipation for the event was off the chart, and Canadian fans were desperate for Olympic gold, something that had eluded their amateur stars since 1952. Ultimately, it wasn't to be for the boys in the Team Canada jerseys. Czech goaltender Dominik Hasek, in the prime of his career, stole the show, playing out of his mind to give the Czech's a stunning shootout victory over Team Canada and eliminating them from contention that year.

Four years later in Salt Lake City it was a different story. The team was now managed by Wayne Gretzky, who four years later had sat as a player in dejected disbelief on the Canadian bench after witnessing the devastating shootout loss to the Czechs. Gretzky assembled an elite squad that, after a shaky start, really got rolling by the time they hit the Gold Medal game. Joe Sakic and Jarome Iginla were brilliant and Canada captured their first gold medal in 50 years with a 5-2 victory over the host Team USA.

After disappointment in 2006 in Turin the Canadians came into the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver hungry to reclaim gold on their home soil. Under a media microscope and immense pressure from fans throughout the country the squad put together by Steve Yzerman refused to crumble. Sidney Crosby, who had been left off the 2006 Turin team, brought the entire nation to its feet at once when he scored the Gold Medal-winning goal in overtime against Ryan Miller and Team USA. It was a moment that ranks right up there with Paul Henderson's winner in 1972 and Mario Lemieux's heroics in 1987, reinforcing Canada's pride in their sport and ensuring that a new generation of young hockey players would one day dream of pulling on a Team Canada jersey and representing their country.