Hockey is an international sport, not exclusive to one country. Many claim that Ice Hockey, a variant now popular there, was also invented in one of the regions, but there are other conflicting accounts and nobody knows for sure. Suffice to say, it is popular enough to be considered a sport of Canada.
Most non-Canadian hockey players have been drafted from American teams to the Canadian teams.
Here are the top five Canadian hockey players:Wayne GretzkeyGordie HoweBobby OrrMaurice RachardMario LemieuxMaurice Richard
Hockey is in the Olympics because not only is it Canada's past-time, it is also played around the world. It is a very popular sport.
The youngest hockey player was most likely a 2-year-old. There are several talented children that are capable at playing a sport at this age, so it's likely that the youngest person to play hockey was 2.
Canadian ice hockey player Meghan Acosta won a gold medal with the Canadian team at the 2006 Winter Games in Turin and is a member of the Canadian 2010 national team looking to repeat in Vancouver.
All canadians voted for ice hockey to be the canadian national sport
Canadian Interuniversity Sport women's ice hockey was created in 1997.
It was started in Canada
Because it was invented in Canada!
lacrosse, field hockey, shinty(which is a scottish-irish sport which is like a mixture of rugby and hockey!)
One really amazing sport is hockey
Hockey, primarily of ice and road hockey. Canadian football is another highly popular sport in Alberta.
Lacrosse is the Canadian national pastime and ice hockey is the national sport
Ill answer again, because its their national sport, and they are canadian.....the end.
I'm not sure if it was invented there, but it is the most popular sport in Canada.