2015-16 National Sledge Team

2015-16 National Sledge Team

Tyler McGregor scored in the third period to get Canada on the board, but the Canadians fell to the U.S. and settled for silver at the IPC Pan-Pacific Championship.
Canada’s National Sledge Development Team will meet the U.S. in a three-game set as part of the Défi sportif AlterGo.
Goaltender Adam Kingsmill is enjoying a second rookie season, seeing the game from a new angle at the NextGen Prospects Camp.
Jacob LeBlanc's journey to the NextGen Prospects Camp included one parent, three siblings, one van and 1,500 kilometres.
With the NextGen Prospects Camp, Hockey Canada hopes to inspire tomorrow's prospective national team hopefuls today.
29 up-and-coming sledge hockey players will get a taste of Team Canada at the NextGen Prospects’ Camp in Etobicoke, Ont.
Canada’s National Sledge Team will cap the 2015-16 season in Buffalo, N.Y., at the inaugural IPC Pan-Pacific Championship.
Four camps and two international events have Canada ready for the road to the 2018 Paralympic Games.
Just four years into his international career, the 21-year-old has become of Canada’s stand-out players.
A P.E.I. native, Billy Bridges is helping drive the development of sledge hockey in Atlantic Canada.
Team Canada alumnus Brandon Reid is getting a little coaching experience at sledge development camp.
Tyson Rietveld and Adam Kingsmill made 14 saves, but Canada dropped the development series finale.
Adam Kingsmill made 15 saves in his first international start, but Canada was blanked in Montreal.
Stefano Tamburello had a goal and an assist to lead Canada to a sledge development win in Montreal.
Tyler McGregor scored late in the third period, but Canada settled for silver at the Pan-Pacifics.
Greg Westlake scored two and Tyler McGregor had three assists to lead Canada over Team Pan-Pacific.
Tyler McGregor’s third period winner lifted Canada over the United States at the Pan-Pacifics.
Marc Dorion scored a pair of goals to lead Canada to a win over Korea in its Pan-Pacifics opener.
A Tyler McGregor hat trick and two goals for Greg Westlake helped Canada to a gold medal in Turin.
Tyler McGregor scored four goals and set up three others to lead Canada into the gold medal game.
Tyler McGregor had five points, Dominic Larocque earned the shutout, and Canada finished perfect.
Adam Dixon scored twice and added two assists, and Canada knocked off the host Italians in Turin.
Greg Westlake recorded five points and Brad Bowden had a hat trick to help Canada blank 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.
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