2019 Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup

Declan Farmer and Josh Hargis delivered goals and the Americans clamped down defensively, holding Canada to just seven shots to claim their sixth-consecutive gold medal.
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Nikolai Terentev lit the lamp twice and Airat Khamzin registered a tally and an assist to secure bronze for Russia.
Dominic Larocque managed to be the story in defeat because of his sensational and impactful goaltending for Canada.
Dominic Cozzolino is using the platform afforded to him by making hospital visits and helping charitable causes.
Mike Fountain did it all during his 17 years as a professional goaltender, which is serving him well as a coach.
Canada will welcome the Czechs, Russians and Americans to Paradise, N.L., and 10-game packs are on sale for just $69.
The Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup is going east this December, with Paradise, N.L., set to host the world’s best.
Cozzolino vaulted Canada into the final with a goal and a helper.
Four players drove the U.S. into the final with three-point games.
Farmer delivered the game-winner and an empty-net insurance goal.
Petrov (5G 1A) and Lisov (2G 4A) combined for 12 points in the win.
Lisov and Terentev scored in the shootout to give Russia the victory.
Pauls led the scoring charge for the Americans with two goals and two assists.
Hickey excited his hometown crowd with a two-goal performance.
Farmer led the way with two tallies to get the Americans the first win.
2023 IPH: USA 4 – CAN 1 (Gold)
Kingsmill made 28 saves and McGregor scored as Canada earned silver.
2023 IPH: TEAM IPH 7 – CAN 5 (Preliminary)
McGregor and Cozzolino scored twice in Canada’s loss to Team IPH.
2023 IPH: CAN 1 – USA 6 (Preliminary)
McGregor scored and Kingsmill made 17 saves during Canada’s loss.
2023 IPH: CAN 2 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Lelièvre and Halbert scored in third period in Canada’s comeback win
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