2018 Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup

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2018 Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup
Game #3
Preliminary
Final
December 4, 2018 7:00 pm EST
Western Fair Sports Centre
London, Ont.

Scoring

Teams
1st
2nd
3rd
Final
Teams
1
2
3
F
0
0
0
0
4
5
0
9

Shots on Goal

1st
2nd
3rd
Final
Teams
1
2
3
F
2
1
1
4
8
23
0
31

Statistics

Teams
PP
PIM
0 / 0
4
0 / 2
0

Game Story

MCDERMOTT SCORES TWICE, U.S. BLANKS KOREA AT PARA CUP

JESSICA GOWANS

LONDON, Ont. – Luke McDermott scored two goals, Brody Roybal, Declan Farmer and Kyle Zych chipped in a goal and an assist apiece and the United States shutout Korea 9-0 on Tuesday night for its second-straight win at the 2018 Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup.

Four goals in the first period, including three in a minute-and-a-half, put the game out of reach for the Koreans.

Hargis got the scoring flurry started, whipping a shot top shelf off a cross-ice feed from Brody Roybal. Roybal hit the back of the net himself a minute later, going end-to-end before flipping the puck over the shoulder of Korean netminder Jae Woong Lee, and Farmer muscled through three Koreans before tucking the puck home to finish off the scoring blitz.

McDermott’s first of the night came capped the scoring in the opening frame; he wired in a shot from the slot with just over a minute left in the first.

The U.S. offence didn’t slow down in the second period, starting with Kyle Zych. Farmer’s initial shot from the left face-off dot was stopped by the Korean goalie, but Zych was on the doorstep to tap home the rebound.

Rico Roman added to the lead under two minutes later. After getting the face-off win, he fed it back to Josh Pauls, who gave it back to Roman in the slot to make it 6-0.

A turnover lead to a goal by Dodson off a three-on-one with Pauls and McDermott 36 seconds later, and Noah Grove got a shot through a maze of bodies in front and found a hole for the 8-0 tally.

The final U.S. goal of the night was the second from McDermott, a laser beam from a sharp angle.

The best chance to break the shutout came in the third period when Dae Jung Kim outraced two Americans, but U.S. netminder Jen Lee made a brilliant sprawling save to keep Korea off the board.

Korea is back in action for a rematch against Canada on Wednesday (12 p.m. ET), while the United States faces Canada in its next-to-last prelim game Thursday (7 p.m. ET).

Play by Play

Team
Description
Time
1st Period
PENALTY
Penalty: Yong Min Lee
Holding (2:00)
02:49
GOAL
Goal: Josh Hargis

Assists: Brody Roybal
11:15
GOAL
Goal: Brody Roybal

12:18
GOAL
Goal: Declan Farmer

Assists: Kyle Zych
12:44
GOAL
Goal: Luke McDermott

Assists: Rico Roman
14:02
2nd Period
GOAL
Goal: Kyle Zych

Assists: Declan Farmer
03:52
GOAL
Goal: Rico Roman

Assists: Josh Pauls
05:03
GOAL
Goal: Travis Dodson

Assists: Josh Pauls
05:39
GOAL
Goal: Noah Grove

07:49
GOAL
Goal: Luke McDermott

Assists: Travis Dodson
09:34
PENALTY
Penalty: Young Sung Kim
Holding (2:00)
14:20
3rd Period
No Scoring

Goaltenders

Name Team Mins Shots Saves GA SV%
Jae Woong Lee KOR 45 31 22 9 0.710
Jen Lee USA 45 4 4 0 1.000

Game Leaders

GA 9 - SV - 22 - SAV% - 0.710
GA 0 - SV - 4 - SAV% - 1.000
Goals 2 - Assists 0 - Points 2
G 2 - A 0 - P 2
Goals 1 - Assists 1 - Points 2
G 1 - A 1 - P 2

Previous Games

0 - 8 L v United StatesUSA
Dec 7, 2018
5 - 4 W v CanadaCAN
Dec 8, 2018
0 - 4 L v CanadaCAN
Dec 5, 2018
8 - 0 W @ KoreaKOR
Dec 7, 2018
0 - 9 L @ United StatesUSA
Dec 4, 2018
4 - 1 W @ CanadaCAN
Dec 6, 2018
Videos
Photos
2018-19 NJT - USP 5 - CAN 3 (Game 2)
Seven players recorded points, but the NJT campers fell to U SPORTS.
2018-19 NJT - CAN 3 – USP 2 SO (Game 1)
Studnicka had 2G in regulation and Bowers added the shootout winner.
2018 CTPC: CAN 7 – KOR 0 (Preliminary)
McGregor had four points (3G, 1A) to help lead Canada to shutout win.
2018 4NC: USA 5 – CAN 2 (Gold Medal)
Fortino and Bourbonnais scored, but Canada finished with silver.