Since coming fully under the Hockey Canada umbrella in 2004, Canada’s National Sledge Team has found tremendous success, winning gold at the Paralympic Winter Games (2006), IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship (2008, 2013) and World Sledge Hockey Challenge (2007, 2008, April 2011, Nov. 2011, 2013).

All-time Results
Year Event Gold Silver Bronze CAN Location
2014 Paralympic Winter Games USA RUS CAN 3rd Sochi, RUS
2013 World Sledge Hockey Challenge CAN USA RUS 1st
Toronto, Ont.
2013
World Championship CAN USA RUS 1st Goyang, KOR
2012 World Sledge Hockey Challenge USA CAN NOR 2nd Calgary, Alta.
2012 World Championship USA KOR CAN 3rd Hamar, NOR
2011 Nov World Sledge Hockey Challenge CAN USA NOR 1st Calgary, Alta.
2011 Apr World Sledge Hockey Challenge CAN NOR USA 1st London, Ont.
2010 Paralympic Winter Games USA JPN NOR 4th Vancouver, B.C.
2009 World Sledge Hockey Challenge USA CAN NOR 2nd Charlottetown, P.E.I.
2009 World Championship USA NOR CAN 3rd Ostrava, CZE
2009 Hockey Canada Cup CAN USA JPN 1st Vancouver,  B.C.
2008 World Championship CAN NOR USA 1st Marlborough, MA, USA
2008 World Sledge Hockey Challenge CAN NOR USA 1st Charlottetown, P.E.I.
2007 World Sledge Hockey Challenge CAN NOR USA 1st Kelowna, B.C.
2006 Paralympic Winter Games CAN NOR USA 1st Turin, ITA
2004 World Championship NOR USA SWE 4th Ornskoldsvik, SWE
2002 Paralympic Winter Games USA NOR SWE 4th Salt Lake City, UT, USA
2000 World Championship CAN NOR SWE 1st Salt Lake City, UT, USA
1999 Commenmorative Games CAN NOR SWE 2nd Nagano, JPN
1998 Paralympic Winter Games NOR CAN SWE 2nd Nagano, JPN
1996 World Championship SWE NOR CAN 3rd Nynahsam, SWE
1994 Paralympic Winter Games SWE NOR CAN 3rd Lillehammer, NOR
1992 World Cup Tournament CAN NOR USA 1st Ottawa, ON/Hull, Que.
1991 World Cup Tournament CAN SWE NOR 1st Oslo, NOR
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2016 MWU18C - USA 10 – CAN 3 (Bronze)
Bitten, Hall and Tippett scored, but Canada settled for fourth place.
2016 MWU18C - SWE 6 – CAN 5 (SO) (Semifinal)
Chychrun had three points in regulation, but Canada fell in a shootout.
2016 MWU18C - CAN 9 – SUI 1 (Quarter-final)
Jost and Howden had five points each to lead Canada into the semis.
2016 MWU18C - CAN 3 – FIN 1 (Preliminary)
Fitzpatrick made 26 saves to lead Canada past Finland at U18 worlds.
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