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Canada v USA | 2019 World Para Ice Hockey Championships

This live stream is presented by Allianz.

Canada versus United States in the round robin stages on day one of the 2019 World Para Ice Hockey championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

More information available on the World Para Ice Hockey website. Like and follow World Para Ice Hockey on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at: @Paraicehockey
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SICK SLEDGE HOCKEY HIGHLIGHTS!!!

Team Canada playing in the 4 Nations Tournament in Sochi Russia in August 2013. This is a view of what the Olympic venue was like just six months before completion of the venue, and a little behind the scenes of the team.
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Gold-medal full game| Ice sledge hockey | Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games

Josh Sweeney's second period goal was the difference maker on Saturday (15 March), as the USA repeated as Paralympic champions in ice sledge hockey after a 1-0 gold medal victory over Russia at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

With the win, the USA become the first-ever nation to win back-to-back Paralympic gold medals.

We have worked hard all year and this is a great group of guys. We're pretty excited and so we should be, USA captain Andy Yohe said.

After a fast-paced first period that saw lots of great chances at both ends of the ice, the teams were scoreless after 15 minutes.

The fast-paced game would continue in the second period with the USA dominating the flow of play. Finally, almost 10 minutes into the period, Sweeney, playing in his first Paralympic Winter Games, would steal the puck from Russia's Aleksei Lysov at the hashmarks and beat goaltender Vladimir Kamantcev.

That would be all the offence the USA needed to repeat their success from Vancouver 2010 and win their third gold medal in four Games.

With one goal, Sweeney turned from a war hero to a Paralympic hero. In 2009, Sweeny stepped on an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan as a member of the US Marine Corps, losing both of his legs.

In 2014, he led a Paralympic gold-medal winning team as an assistant captain.

I saw the defender, and he had the puck and I just went after him and I got the puck from him and took it down and did a little fake because that's what you want to do when you're going up against a goalie that good and just put it in the net, Sweeney said of his goal.

It wasn't anything that any of my other teammates couldn't have done, I just did it.

For Russia, the loss came after a rise in the sport over the last five years when the team first began training for their Paralympic debut. Since then, they have become the second best team in the world.

I'm not disappointed at all, Kamantcev said. We played well. It's a dignified finish for Russia and for ourselves. We showed a good game, a battle, intellect, will and character.

USA goaltender Steve Cash was brilliant when needed once again in net for his team, making six saves for the shutout, his second straight and third in the tournament.

Cash finished Sochi 2014 as the top goaltender, with a 4-1 record 0.41 goals against average and 95.56 save percentage.

His counterpart in the game, Kamantcev finished the tournament as Russia's No. 1 goaltender and was a standout performer in net. In the gold medal game he made three saves on four shots but finished the tournament behind Cash with a 95.24 save percentage.
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Canada vs USA | Semi-final Ice Sledge Hockey | Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games

Hot favourites Canada took on the Gold medal holders USA in this semi - final.

Declan Farmer grabbed 2 goals - his second is surely a contender for goal of the tournament - and the USA went on to win 3 - 0.

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Gatorade – Sledge Hockey

NHL stars discover first-hand why sledge hockey athletes exemplify what it means to Win from Within. #WinFromWithin

Sledge Hockey: I love the adrenalin, the violence - BBC Stories

Sledge Hockey, also known as Para ice hockey, is a full contact Paralympic sport. We find out why the fierce nature of the sport is important to Dean.
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BRUTAL ice sledge hockey hits | Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympics

Ice sledge Hockey is one of the hardest, meanest, toughest sports on the planet. Just take a look at some of these breathtaking collisions, tackles and, yes, fights, from the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games.

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Gatorade – Sledge Hockey – NHL Players’ POV

NHL stars try their hand at sledge hockey for the first time. They come away humbled, inspired and a little sore.   #WinFromWithin

How Sledge Hockey Helped The Al Ziab Family Acclimate To Winnipeg | Hometown Hockey

The Al Ziab family is a Syrian refugee family who immigrated to Winnipeg two years ago and quickly acclimated to the new surroundings thanks to hockey, in particular sledge hockey.
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Blackhawks Sled Hockey

BHTV takes you behind the scenes with the AbilityLab Blackhawks Sled Hockey team during the recent Midwest Sled Hockey League Championships

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USA v Germany | Prelim | 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool, Buffalo

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Buffalo, New York, USA, will host the 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool, from 26 April - 3 May.

An inside look at the world of sled hockey

FOX Sports Florida's Frank Forte looks at how sled hockey offers athletes with disabilities an opportunity to embrace their competitive nature.

USA v Russia | Prelim | 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool, Buffalo

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Canada v Japan | Prelim | 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool, Buffalo

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I PLAYED SLEDGE HOCKEY WITH TEAM CANADA!

Support Canada at the Paralympics in Korea on March 8-18th!!!!

GO CANADA GO!

Big thanks to Adam Dixon for inviting me out and for being patient with me as I learned this new sport...it was SO FUN and I will definitely be doing it again! I have tremendous respect for the amount of skill and strength of these individuals. It truly does look easier on video than it is in real life.

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USA v Italy full game | Group stage| Ice sledge hockey | Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games

Day 1 of ice sledge hockey at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games started off with a bang at Shayba Arena on Saturday (8 March) as two games were decided by shoot-outs.

A loud, near capacity crowd was on hand to cheer on their home country Russia, but it did not end the way they wanted it to, as No. 6 South Korea defeated No. 3 Russia, 3-2 in a shoot-out in Group B action.

In the fourth round of the shoot-out, Min-Su Han played the hero, scoring on Russian goaltender Mikhail Ivanov to give South Korea the victory.

I'm proud of (Han), he has always been a good shooter. I had the belief that he could score for us, Ik-Hwan Kim, South Korea's head coach, said.

Every time that Russia touched the puck, the crowd cheered, something that may have rattled the nerves of the home team.

Maybe we were too nervous, maybe somebody's head went round. It's difficult to talk right now. I feel devastated, Russian captain Dmitry Lisov, said.

Vasilii Varlakov and Evgeny Petrov led Russia offensively by each notching a goal and an assist. Han was the big threat offensively all night long for South Korea scoring two goals and helping his team come back from a two-goal deficit.

The other game that went to a shoot-out was between No. 4 Czech Republic and No. 5 Norway.

Veteran defenceman Rolf Pedersen scored in the third round of the shoot-out to lead Norway to an opening day 2-1 victory over Czech Republic in Group A preliminary round action.

Audum Bakke's second period goal got Norway on the board but it would be Michal Geier's goal just 1:17 into the third period would equalise the game.

Overtime would solve nothing before eventually Pedersen got one by Czech Republic's starting goaltender Michal Vapenka in the third round of the shoot-out.

Pedersen said after the game that his team's semi-final hopes rested on that game and it was a relief to notch the winning goal.

I've done a few shoot-outs in my life, Pedersen said. Last time it was in the Vancouver 2010 bronze (medal) game, then I did another trick (shot). This time I had a clear plan that I went 100 per cent for and it was beautiful to see the puck in the net.

The second game of the day featured No. 1 Canada and No. 8 Sweden, and right from the start, Canada dominated, and would end up winning 10-1.

The line of 17-year-old Ben Delaney, Tyler McGregor and Anthony Gale was on fire all afternoon long, combining for seven points.

Both Delaney and defenceman Adam Dixon had big afternoons, both finishing the game with four points including two goals and two assists.

For Delaney, scoring a goal in his Paralympic Winter Games debut and at such a young age was a great feat.

Really exciting, I didn't expect it at all, Delaney said on his goal. I went out wanting to play strong and I just kept hacking at it and it went in eventually,

Forward Per Kasperi scored the lone Sweden goal in the third period, much to the joy of the loud Swedish crowd on hand.

Italy gave USA a run for their money in Group B preliminary round action but the USA offence proved to be too much, defeating Italy 5-1.

Fifteen-year-old sensation Brody Roybal, playing in only his ninth career game, scored two goals to lead his team offensively.

Man, I was so excited, Roybal said after scoring his first goal.

It was an amazing feeling to have my first goal here on the Paralympic stage. But we know it was my linemates who got me the (first) goal. Declan (Farmer) got the puck on net, I was right there for the rebound and buried the puck.

Florian Planker scored the lone Italian goal off a nice tip in front which prompted Italy chants to ring through Shayba Arena.

Steve Cash logged 40-plus minutes of shutout hockey in goal for USA to extend his Paralympic shutout streak to more than 256 minutes.

USA v Canada | Prelim | 2016 Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships, Buffalo

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USA v Russia full game| Ice sledge hockey | Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games

The semi-finals are set after a wild day of ice sledge hockey on Tuesday (11 March) at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games and will feature two marquee matchups in Canada-USA and Norway-Russia two days from now.

Russia booked their ticket to the semi-finals by defeating the defending Paralympic champions USA, 2-1, in front of a near capacity crowd at Shayba Arena.

The USA applied a ton of pressure throughout the first period, outshooting Russia 11-4, but it was the Russians that left the period with the lead.

After the USA got into some penalty trouble, Ilia Volkov scored his second goal of the Paralympics on the power-play to put Russia up 1-0.

The score also ended American goaltender Steve Cash's shutout streak, which finished at over 313 minute of play.

Russia were able to limit the USA's scoring chances in the second by playing good defensive hockey, and it paid off. Just over two minutes into the middle frame, Konstantin Shikhov got credit for a goal that deflected off a USA defender and into the net and it was 2-0.

Just under five minutes into the third period, Adam Page would bang home his third goal of the tournament and the USA was within one.

Russia, on the strength of their loud fans and solid goaltending by Vladimir Kamantcev, who made 22 saves, held on to secure first place in Group B.

He just made miracles, forward Konstantin Shikhov said of his goaltender.

Despite the win, defenceman Vadim Selyukin was staying humble after the game.

I wouldn't say that we were much stronger than the Americans, they had many moments, Selyukin said. If you take them individually, they're fast. They have a high start speed. They are more experienced.

Another upset on the day came right off the bat when Italy defeated South Korea, 2-1.

South Korea entered the day in need of a win to secure them a spot in the medal rounds, but Italy came out strong.

At the 9:55 mark of the first period, Andrea Marci notched his first goal of the Paralympics, beating South Korea's Man-Gyun Yu.

After a scoreless second period, Seung-Hwan Jung would tie things up at one, scoring unassisted.

Italy would answer right back 47 seconds later with Planker getting his second goal of the tournament and that would be all the offence that the Italians needed for their first win of the Games.

If we play like this it doesn't matter who we play. Of course, we will aim for fifth place, Planker said.

Canada's strong defensive play all tournament long was showcased in the night game, as they defeated the Czech Republic 1-0 to finish in first place in Group A.

After a scoreless first period, Canada's offence turned it on in the second, outshooting the Czechs 8-2. They finally found a break in the opposing team's defence when Billy Bridges connected with captain Greg Westlake in front of the net, who sent a shot top corner on Michal Vapenka.

The Czech Republic would pressure in the third, but some great saves by Canada's starting goaltender Corbin Watson shut the door. Watson ended the game by making seven saves for his second shutout of the tournament.

The Czechs needed a win in order to advance to the medal rounds, but instead will play in Wednesday's (12 March) classification game against the South Koreans.

Norway clinched their spot in the medal rounds with a 2-0 win against Sweden earlier on Day 4.

After a scoreless first period, Magnus Bogle took a loose puck behind the net and wrapped it around and past Swedish goaltender Ulf Nilsson.

The score would remain that way until the 4:35 mark of the third period when Audun Bakke launched a great shot from the hashmarks that went top shelf and extended the lead to 2-0.

Despite a big push by Sweden in the dying minutes, Norway, on the strength of some great defensive plays, held on.

Kristian Buen recorded his first shutout at the Paralympics and now has a tournament save percentage of 90.20.

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