Who is Canada's Current Men's National Hockey Coach?

The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Hockey Canada recently announced the appointment of Claude Julien (Orleans, Ontario) as the head coach of the men's national hockey team. The 51-year-old is a veteran of the Canadian women's hockey team and is set to make history at the upcoming IIHF men's hockey world championships. Troy Ryan from Spryfield will join him as assistant coach. Julien has a long and impressive history in hockey, having spent three seasons with the Victoriaville Tigers of Quebec's Major Junior Hockey League. Despite his impressive record, he was not drafted into the National Hockey League (NHL).

However, his experience and knowledge of the game have earned him a place in Hockey Canada's history books. The IIHF men's hockey world championships will be held next month and will be a great opportunity for Julien and Ryan to demonstrate their coaching abilities. It will also be a chance for them to prove that they are capable of leading Canada to victory. With their combined experience and expertise, they are sure to make an impact on the tournament. Hockey Canada is confident that Julien and Ryan will be able to lead the team to success. They have both shown that they have what it takes to be successful coaches and are sure to bring their own unique style to the team.

With their guidance, Canada is sure to make a strong showing at the tournament.