2018 Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup

Jack Wallace had two goals – including the GWG – and an assist, Josh Sweeney added a pair of helpers and the U.S. edged Canada to win gold for the fifth-consecutive year.
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With six rookies on the roster replacing a handful of big names, Team Canada gets a new season started in London.
The three medallists from the 2018 Paralympic Games will go for gold next month at the Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup.
Early-bird pricing is available for the Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup to catch all three 2018 Paralympic medallists.
The newly-branded Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup faces off Dec. 1-8, with Team Canada welcoming the world’s best.
Farmer and Roybal had five points apiece to help the U.S. to the win.
Farmer scored a pair of goals to help the U.S. clinch first place.
Dunn scored once and set up two others to power Canada past Korea.
McDermott scored a pair of goals to help the U.S. to its second win.
Farmer, Roman and Zych scored the goals to send the U.S. to the win.
McGregor and Dunn had four points each to help Canada past Korea.
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2018 CTPC: CAN 7 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
McGregor had four points (3G, 1A) to help lead Canada to shutout win.
2018-19 NPT: WHT 7 – RED 0 (Intrasquad)
Hickey had two goals and an assist, leading White to its second win.
2018-19 NPT: WHT 1 – RED 0 SO (Intrasquad)
Cozzolino and Hickey scored SO goals to give White the intrasquad win.
2018 CTPHC: London to welcome para world
The newly-branded Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup – formerly known as the World Sledge Hockey Challenge – will face off Dec. 1-8 at the Western Fair Sports Centre, with Canada’s National Para Hockey Team welcoming three of the world’s best para nations to southwestern Ontario.