The pond hockey variant used at the nationals played 5-a-side without a goalie, with two 15-minute halves and 5-minute halftime break. The winner of the championship is awarded the Maple Cup
Men's Ontario ChampionshipEdit
The Ontario qualifier for the Canadian Nationals lasted only one year. The host site was Valen's Conservation Area in Flamborough, Onario. The tournament is otherwise an annual event. The Barrie Bruins defeated the Milton Moose Knuckles 14-8 to take the Ontario title.
|2009||Barrie Theta TTS Bruins||Barrie||Ontario||Doug Battaglia, Kevin Culhane, Lincoln Dolbear, Paul Myerscough, Ken Pagan|
Men's Canadian ChampionshipEdit
|2006||Rink Rake Whitby Greybeards||Whitby||Ontario|
|2007||Barrie Theta TTS Bruins||Barrie||Ontario||Kevin Culhane, Lincoln Dolbear, Paul Myerscough, Jeff Oestreicher, Ken Pagan, GM Gerry Culhane|
|2008||Barrie Theta TTS Bruins||Barrie||Ontario||Kevin Culhane, Lincoln Dolbear, Paul Myerscough, Jeff Oestreicher, Ken Pagan, GM Gerry Culhane|
|2009||Officetrax Vandals||Brampton||Ontario||Brandon Dawe (C), Danny Gould, Mike Cross, Matty Moore, Stace Page, Kenny Sousa|
|2010||Officetrax Vandals||Brampton||Ontario||Brandon Dawe (C), Danny Gould, Mike Cross, Matty Moore, Stace Page, Kenny Sousa|
Women's Canadian ChampionshipEdit
|2006||Rink Rake Concordia Rinkles||Montreal||Quebec|
|2007||Rink Rake Concordia Rinkles||Montreal / Vaudreuil-Dorion||Quebec|
|2008||Ice Angels||Hamilton||Ontario||Sherri Beckerson (C), Ashley Moore, Michelle Gallant, Lindsay Maksymchuk, Meghan Weedon|
Men's Masters Canadian ChampionshipEdit
Masters Division is for players 35 years of age and older
|2010||Montana's Barrie||Barrie||Ontario||Kevin Culhane, Travis Duhaime, Bruce Marietti, Paul Matheson, Jeff Oestreicher, Ken Pagan|
The first championships took place over one weekend.
In the Men's Open Division, the Rink Rake Greybeards defeated the Barrie Theta TTS Bruins to win the inaugural championship.
The second championships used 24 rinks on 6 acres (24,000 m2) of lake ice, and took place over two weekends. The championships were aired nationally on TSN in a one-hour special.
In the Men's Open Division, in a rematch of last year's final, the Barrie Theta TTS Bruins defeated the Rink Rake Greybeards 14-11.
In the Women's Open Division, the Rink Rake Concordia Rinkles win the championship for the second straight year, defeating the Wade Belaks of Toronto 18-11.
In the Men's Open Division, the Barrie Theta TTS Bruins defeated the Pond Hawks of North Bay, to be the first multiple year winner on the men's side, winning for the second year in a row.
In the Women's Open Division, the Ice Angels of Hamilton defeat the Wade Belaks from Toronto. The returning champions, Rink Rake Wrinkles from Vaudreuil-Dorion were defeated in the elimination round.