2014-15 National Sledge Team

2014-15 National Sledge Team

The town of Gravenhurst, Ont., found the perfect way to recognize Canada’s National Sledge Team veteran Graeme Murray for his sledge hockey accomplishments, renaming its renovated (and fully...
Canada’s National Sledge Team selection camp ended Sunday, and 19 players have earned invitations to a January training camp in Calgary, whe...
After rewriting the post-secondary record book, Ken Babey, now head coach of Canada’s National Sledge Team, adds one more honour to his résu...
Graeme Murray, who helped Canada to its first-ever Paralympic gold medal in 2006 Games and won a pair of world championships, has announced ...
Twelve players who helped Canada win world championship gold in 2013 will have an opportunity to defend their world title at the 2015 IPC Sl...
Canada’s National Sledge Team is headed south to take on the United States in a three-game series just outside Charlotte, N.C. It’s the last...
Benoit St-Amand, a 2006 Paralympic Games gold medallist and two-time IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship gold medallist, is retiring after ...
Corbin Watson made 18 saves in a spectacular performance, but Canada couldn’t find the back of the net and settled for silver at the 2015 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship after a gold medal game loss to the Americans.
Billy Bridges scored two more goals, Adam Dixon added one and Canada will have a chance to defend its gold medal at the IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., after a semifinal win over Russia.
Billy Bridges scored the only two goals, Corbin Watson earned another shutout and Canada finished a perfect preliminary round at the 2015 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship with a win over the Czech Republic.
Billy Bridges scored twice, Adam Dixon added a goal and two assists and Corbin Watson recorded his second straight six-save shutout, leading Canada past Norway at the 2015 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship.
Greg Westlake finished with five goals and three assists and Brad Bowden added three goals and five helpers as Canada opened the 2015 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship with one-sided victory.
Canada’s National Sledge Team had its chances, but couldn’t find the back of the net in a loss to the U.S. in the finale of a three-game series. The game was Canada’s final tune-up before the world championship next month.
Dominic Larocque made 10 saves in just his second career start, but Canada’s National Sledge Team managed only eight shots and fell to the United States in the opener of a three-game series just outside Charlotte, N.C.
Marc Dorion scored the first Canadian goal of the series, tying the game early in the first period, but Canada’s National Sledge Team dropped a two-goal decision to the U.S. in the middle contest of a three-game series in North Carolina.
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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.
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