Hockey Canada's new president aims to deepen the quality of hockey experience

Hockey Canada's incoming president is proud of the organization but says there's still a lot of work to do to "deepen the quality of the hockey experience"

Scott Smith says he wants to attract more players to the game and maintain a dominant position on the ice.

The Bathurst native believes Hockey Canada's coaching officiating programs are the best in the world but wants to see it delivered to more people.

Smith steps into his new role on July 1st, replacing Tom Renney who will remain with the organization as CEO.