Troy Ryan will proceed as head coach of Team Canada’s girls’s hockey program by 2026, in keeping with Hockey Canada. Through his contract extension, Ryan will lead Canada behind the bench by to the 2026 Winter Games in Italy.
“I am incredibly honoured to have the opportunity to work with this amazing group of high-performance athletes and staff as we build on the success of the past year,” Ryan stated in a press release launched by Hockey Canada. “It’s an exciting time for our program and we have a special opportunity to upgrade our way both on and off the ice.”
“We have been fortunate to have Troy as part of our women’s program since 2017 and as head coach for the past two years. Having him for the next quad is another step in the right direction,” stated Gina Kingsbury, the director of Hockey Canada’s girls’s groups, by way of assertion.
Ryan is presently teaching Canada on the 2022 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship in Denmark. The Canadians are in quest of their twelfth gold medal on the event.
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