2014 Paralympic Winter Games
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Two decades ago, sledge hockey debuted at the Paralympic Winter Games in Lillehammer with five teams - Canada, Estonia, Great Britain, Norway and Sweden - going for gold on the biggest stage in sports.
As Billy Bridges prepares for his fourth Paralympic Winter Games with Canada's National Sledge Team, he knows he wouldn't be where he is today without the support of his wife, Olympic gold medal-winning goaltender Sami Jo Small.
Caroline Ouellette will wear the 'C' for Canada's National Women's Team, Sidney Crosby for Canada's Men's Olympic Team and Greg Westlake for Canada's National Sledge Team when the puck drops in Sochi on Olympic and Paralympic hockey.
Seventeen players, including 16 who helped Canada win a gold medal at last spring’s IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship, have been nominated to Canada’s National Sledge Team roster for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.
Hockey Canada, in partnership with Nike, the COC and CPC, has unveiled the red, white and black jerseys to be worn by Canada's men's, women's and sledge hockey teams during the 2014 Olympics and Paralympics in Sochi, Russia.
Greg Westlake scored the only goal midway through the second period and Corbin Watson made seven saves for his second straight shutout to help Canada wrap up a perfect prelims by blanking the Czechs.
Adam Dixon scored twice, Dominic Larocque and Marc Dorion added a goal apiece, and Corbin Watson had to make only six saves for the shutout as Canada ran its record to 2-0 in Sochi by blanking Norway.
Anthony Gale and Adam Dixon had two goals and two assists apiece, Kevin Rempel added four assists and seven different players scored goals to lead Canada to a win over Sweden in its Paralympic opener.
Ahead of the 2014 Games, the Canadian Paralympic Committee has announced an unprecedented, fully accessible broadcast and electronic media plan for the most comprehensive coverage ever offered in Canada for a Paralympics.
RBC has unveiled its roster for the RBC Olympians program from 2013 to 2015, and it includes nine current and former Team Canada members, including eight who have won gold at the Olympic Winter Games or Paralympic Winter Games.

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