2013-14 National Sledge Team
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.
Canada's National Sledge Team continues its road to Sochi, Russia and the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games when it faces the United States in a three-game series from Jan. 9-11 in Charlotte, N.C.
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.
Brad Bowden scored on the power play, his 100th career goal, to give Canada’s National Sledge Team an early lead, but the Canadians fell to the United States in the finale of their three-game series in Charlotte, N.C.
Brad Bowden scored in the final minute to get Canada’s National Sledge Team within a goal, but the Canadians came out on the wrong end of a one-goal decision in the middle game of a three-game series in Charlotte, N.C.
A pair of goals from captain Greg Westlake and a goal and two assists from Adam Dixon helped lead Canada’s National Sledge Team to a 5-0 victory over Norway in the gold medal game at the Four Nations Tournament in Sochi.
Kevin Rempel scored twice, leading Canada’s National Sledge Team to a 2-1 semifinal win over Russia at the Four Nations Tournament in Sochi marking the second straight one-goal win for Canada over Russia.
Billy Bridges had three assists to lead Canada’s National Sledge Team, which erased a two-goal third period deficit coming back to beat Russia 4-3 in a shootout at the Four Nations Tournament in Sochi.
Marc Dorion had a goal and two assists while Dominic Larocque had a pair of goals to pace Canada’s National Sledge Team to a 5-1 win over Norway at the Four Nations Tournament in Sochi, Russia.
Ben Delaney scored in his first game with Canada’s National Sledge Team and Billy Bridges added two assists to help pace Canada to a 3-1 tournament-opening win over the Czech Republic in Sochi.
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