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Remembrance Day & U23 Tryouts

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Furious Remembers

From Failing Hands We Throw

This Remembrance Day weekend, Ultimate Canada held the western component to its U23 national team tryouts.  Fittingly, they took place at Memorial Oval Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.  It was also one of the most exciting selection trials I’ve ever observed.

Coaches presiding:

Patrick Mooney (U23 Open – Toronto, ON)
Andy Collins (U23 Open – Vernon, BC)
Stephanie Chow (U23 Women – Winnipeg, MN)
Kaitlyn Lovatt (U23 Women – Toronto, ON)
Hadiya Roderique (U23 Mixed – Toronto, ON)
Jon Hayduk (U23 Mixed – Vancouver, BC)


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On Spirit of the Game – En regard à l’Esprit du jeu

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Team Canada vs Team Japan Retrospective


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Beast Performances IV

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Team Canada Beast Performances – Morgan Hibbert 8

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Beast Performances III

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Team Canada Beast Performances: Al Bob Nichols #12

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Beast Performances II

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Team Canada Beast Performances: Oscar Pottinger #25


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Beast Performances I

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Team Canada Beast Performances: Marc Roberts #69

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Meet Team Canada

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Meet the Canucks

Team Canada Roster Finalized — L’alignement Équipe Canada final

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The final three have been chosen.
Les derniers trois joueurs sont choisis.

Yvan DubanMatt Berezan
Matt BerezanScott NichollsYvan Duban

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Conditioning with The Athlete Factory

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Embrace the Discomfort.

I have never liked to say “No pain, no gain.” Granted . . . there are correlations between the two.

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Kelowna Exhibition Match

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Team Canada Open (15) – Furious George (14)

I feel sore today. I feel about as sore as I would after seven shorthanded games of tournament play (yes, a “metric tournament” is now my yardstick for delayed-onset muscle soreness). When we showed up for the exhibition match on Saturday, we had just recently finished half an hour of shuttle-runs after approximately six hours of team practice, so if nothing else, we were at least warm.

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