The 1987 Canada Cup featured some of the most formidable national squads in international hockey history. The Canadian team alone featured 12 eventual Hall-of-Famers and even cut three others in Patrick Roy, Steve Yzerman, and Cam Neely.
Twenty-five years later, a number of the players who participated in the tournament remain involved in the game, meaning that tournament reunions are inevitable. Here is what some of these players are up to today.
Dale Hawerchuk: The longtime Jets and Sabres star was named player of the game in the tournament's deciding contest. The Hall-of-Famer has served as coach and director of hockey operations for the OHL's Barrie Colts since 2010.