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Para Series Recap: Canada 7, Korea 0

Armstrong and Lavin scored two goals each as Canada opened with a win in Bridgewater

November 14, 2021


BRIDGEWATER, N.S. – Canada’s National Para Hockey Team opened its four-game series with a win, downing Korea 7-0 on Sunday afternoon at the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre.

• Rob Armstrong (Erin, Ont.) and Zach Lavin (Essex, Ont.) led the scoring with two goals apiece.
• Tyler McGregor (Forest, Ont.) chipped in with a goal and a pair of assists.
• Branden Sison (Edmonton, Alta.) scored his first international goal 
• Liam Hickey (St. John’s, N.L.)
rounded out the scoring.
• Greg Westlake (Oakville, Ont.) contributed four assists and James Dunn (Wallacetown, Ont.) tallied three helpers.
• Dominic Larocque (Quebec City, Que.) turned aside six shots to record the shutout.
• Canada outshot Korea 38-6.

Next Game:
Canada vs. Korea – Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT

All games can be livestreamed on HockeyTV without a subscription.

“We liked how many shots we were able to get and the amount of pressure we were putting on [Korea]. We might need to work on our defensive zone coverage a little bit, and work on tracking opponents, but that's why we are here playing these four games against Korea. I think we are going to continue to improve throughout the week.”
- Armstrong on the series opener

“I am really excited [to play on a line with Westlake]. Any time you can play with a guy with that kind of experience is obviously beneficial, and I hope I can learn a lot from him and just keep building that chemistry with Greg. We still have some stuff we need to work on as a line and as a team, but we will get back to practice tomorrow and keep dialing things in for our games.”
- Lavin on playing with Westlake

“I love playing any position, and this season I am just trying to enjoy every game. Playing with Lavin and Tyler [McGregor] today was great because they are such good players, and they make it easy create opportunities. It was fun to be out there, I love going on the hunt, I love trying to create opportunities for teammates and helping them score goals, and helping the team win.”
- Westlake on playing forward

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