2017 World Sledge Hockey Challenge

2017 World Sledge Hockey Challenge
Brody Roybal and Josh Misiewicz had a goal and an assist apiece, and the U.S. opened up a three-goal lead before holding on to claim its fourth consecutive gold medal.
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Seung Hwan Jung did it all, scoring four goals and adding an assist as the Koreans doubled up Italy to win the bronze.
Seung Hwan Jung was a one-man show, becoming the fifth player to score four goals in a game and leading Korea to bronze.
Like the phoenix that covers the skin grafts on his arm, Bryan Sholomicki rose from the flames of a motorcycle accident.
Zach Lavin spent three days lost in the Rocky Mountains. Frostbite cost him his legs but not his spirit, and led to a new start.
Fresh off a U17 silver medal, Luke Pierce is sliding into his new role as an assistant with Canada’s National Sledge Team.
Canada’s National Sledge Team has unfinished business as it works towards PyeongChang and the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
Italy, Korea and the U.S. will join Canada at the World Sledge Hockey Challenge, and fans can see all 10 games for just $50.
The Prince Edward Island capital is set to play host to the World Sledge Hockey Challenge for the fourth time this December.
Hickey had a hat trick, Dunn scored two and the Canadians advanced.
Page scored a pair of goals to send the U.S. to the gold medal game.
Roybal opened and closed the scoring, leading the U.S. to first place.
Choi scored the winner in Round 8, helping Korea to a comeback win.
Westlake & McGregor had four points each in a six-goal second period.
Declan Farmer racked up five points to help the U.S. stay undefeated.
Bowden had a hat trick to lead a balanced Canadian offence to a win.
McKee and Wallace had 2G apiece to help the U.S. open with a victory.
2017-18 NST: CAN 3 – USA 0 (Exhibition)
Tyler McGregor scored early and Corbin Watson earned the shutout, giving Canada the series split.
2017-18 NST: USA 2 – CAN 1 (Exhibition)
Greg Westlake opened the scoring, but Canada came up a goal short in a loss in the series opener.
2017 WSHC: KOR 6 – ITA 3 (Bronze Medal)
Jung scored four times and added an assist, leading Korea to bronze.