2022-23 National Para Hockey Team

Thank you for a Para Worlds to remember
For a historic tournament in Moose Jaw. For every memory made at the 2023 World Para Hockey Championship. To our fans, volunteers and partners, we say thank you.

Highlights: USA 6 – CAN 1 (Gold)

 

Highlights: CAN 5 – CZE 0 (Semifinal)

 

Highlights: USA 3 – CAN 0 (Preliminary)

 

Tyler McGregor scored and Dominic Larocque made 17 saves, but Canada’s National Para Hockey Team finished with silver after a 6-1 loss to the United States at Para Worlds.
Becoming para accessible
The Moose Jaw Events Centre renovations will leave a legacy in the community and grow para hockey on the Prairies.
The Player of the Game award for the World Para Hockey Championship is a limited-edition piece of Indigenous art.
Get your bids in by June 5 to win an autographed Team Canada jersey from a historic Para Worlds in Moose Jaw, Sask.
Finding para hockey after her leg amputation, Raphaëlle Tousignant is making history as she chases her dreams.
Journey to WPHC: Henry
Para hockey reiginited Tyrone Henry’s passion and provided a new purpose after a life-changning car accident.
Eighteen players will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2023 World Para Hockey Championship, beginning May 28 in Moose Jaw.
Sixteen players from five Members will wear the Maple Leaf as Canada’s Para Hockey Development Team faces the U.S.
Eight countries are Prairie-bound to go for gold at the 2023 World Para Ice Hockey Championship, beginning May 28.
Mic’d up with Tyrone Henry
From yelling ‘I got him,’ to joking with his teammates, go on the ice with the defenceman during practice in Elmira.
Canada’s National Para Hockey Team will head to Elmira to face off against the United States in a three-game series.
Maxime Gagnon’s passion for para hockey has helped the sport flourish in his home province and across Canada.
Inspired by Terry Fox
With his Sledge Skate of Hope fundraiser, Tyler McGregor is supporting cancer research and promoting para hockey.
Para hockey sparking hope
Team Canada had an inspirational guest at training camp in Calgary – seven-year-old cancer fighter James Lipowy.
Growing the para game
As part of its training camp, Team Canada welcomed Korea to Calgary for three games and development opportunities.
Vincent Boily visited Montreal hospitals to meet with young patients and motivate them to believe in their dreams.
Starting a journey
National Para Hockey Team captain Tyler McGregor began his Sledge Skate of Hope in Halifax to raise money for cancer.
What the game means to me
From inclusion to a second chance to play, Canada’s National Para Hockey Team reflects on the impact of the sport.
Brody Roybal scored a hat trick to lead the United States past Canada for its seventh-straight Para Hockey Cup gold.
Leaving a legacy
The legacy of Team Canada events on the South Shore have impacted community para hockey programs and residents.
On the ice in Bridgewater
Go on the ice with Tyler McGregor and Dominic Cozzolino as Team Canada joined players for a community skate.
Quick 6 with Liam Hickey
Dream vacation spot? Favourite goal? Five-year goal? Biggest pet peeve? Liam Hickey takes on the Quick 6.
From his first NextGen camp to Team Canada in less than a year, Matteo Pellizzari is ready to play at the highest level.
Journey to PHC: James Dunn
An introduction to para hockey from Tyler McGregor helped James Dunn fall in love with hockey again in a brand new way.
Twenty players – representing seven Members – will wear the Maple Leaf at the 2022 Para Hockey Cup in Bridgewater, N.S.
Canada will welcome Czechia, Italy and the United States to Bridgewater, N.S., for the Para Hockey Cup, Nov. 27-Dec. 3.
A valiant return to the ice
Dominic Cozzolino worked hard to return to Team Canada as a stronger player after being left off the roster last season.
Twenty-one players will wear the Maple Leaf with Team Canada at the International Para Hockey Cup.
Alanna Mah and Raphaëlle Tousignant are competing for roster spots on Canada’s National Para Hockey Team.
Ten Paralympic silver medallists highlight the 30 players who have earned invites to Calgary for para selection camp.
Russ Herrington has been named head coach of Team Canada, joined by Mike Foligno and Mike Fountain.
From inspired to determined
Driven by a meeting with Team Canada in 2018, Chadd Stoppa has worked hard to earn a NextGen camp invite.
World Para Hockey Championship
Dunn and Cozzolino had 2G each to send Canada to play for gold.
Larocque made 14 saves, but Canada dropped its prelim finale.
McGregor and Dixon scored to help Canada stay undefeated in Moose Jaw.
Cozzolino had eight points in Canada’s tournament-opening victory.
Eight players scored as Canada shut out Korea in exhibition play.
Series vs. United States & Korea
James Dunn scored a power play goal in Canada’s loss on Saturday.
Tyler McGregor scored two power play goals in Canada’s loss on Friday.
Dominic Larocque made 34 saves in Canada’s OT loss on Wednesday.
McGregor scored five goals to lead Canada past the Koreans.
IPH Cup
Canada takes home silver after being shut out in the IPH Cup final.
Cozzolino scored twice to lead Canada to the gold medal game in Ostrava.
Jacobs-Webb and Hickey scored PP goals in a prelim finale defeat.
Cozzolino had two goals and two assists as Canada defeated Team IPH.
Hickey scored twice and Huneault made 13 saves in a win over the hosts.
Learn About Para Hockey
Cody Dolan and Auren Halbert explain para hockey equipment.
Learn what rules and strategy make para hockey unique.
Mike Foligno and Steve Arsenault explain coaching in para hockey.
Sison and Lavin have a few training tips for para hockey players.
Adam Kingsmill explains para hockey goaltender equipment.

Learn face-off tips and tricks from Canada’s para hockey best.

Videos
Photos
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – USA 1 (Gold Medal)
Kingsmill was sensational, backstopping Canada to a world title.
2024 WPHC: CAN 2 – CHN 1 (Semifinal)
Kovacevich and Cozzolino scored to send Canada to play for gold.
2024 WPHC: CAN 5 – CZE 1 (Preliminary)
Dunn and McGregor had 2G each as Canada capped a perfect prelims.
2024 WPHC: CAN 10 – ITA 0 (Preliminary)
McGregor scored four goals to help Canada to its second win.