Hosts Canada bounced back from their defeat against the United States to overcome South Korea 4-0 as action continued today at the Para Hockey Cup in London in Ontario.
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The United States made it two wins out of two at the Para Hockey Cup by comfortably beating South Korea 9-0 in London in Ontario today.
The United States begun their bid for a fifth consecutive Para Hockey Cup title by beating hosts Canada 3-0 in London in Ontario today.
Home nation Canada made a winning start to the Para Hockey Cup with a convincing victory over South Korea in London in Ontario today.
Paralympic Games silver medalists Canada will look to win gold in front of a home crowd at the Para Hockey Cup due to start tomorrow in Ontario.
Organisers of the Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup have promised the tournament will increase the interest in the sport after the schedule for the event in London in Ontario was published.
Despite making their international debut at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships C-Pool, China produced two victories to be promoted to the B-Pool as they defeated hosts Finland today at the Vierumäki Ice Arena.
China marked their international debut in style by brushing aside the challenge of Australia at the World Para Ice Hockey Championships C-Pool in Vierumaki today.
Home nation Finland made a winning start to the World Para Ice Hockey Championships C-Pool in Vierumaki today, beating international tournament debutants Australia 6-1.
Hosts Finland will be joined by two countries for the 2018 edition of the World Para Ice Hockey Championships C-Pool, which begins tomorrow in Vierumaki.
A recent Para ice hockey development camp run by World Para Ice Hockey in Armenia has been praised by various coaches, players and officials from around the world.
Ostrava in the Czech Republic will play host to the 2019 World Para Ice Hockey Championships, it has been announced.
Women's Sledge Hockey of Canada has revealed its 16-member national team for the 2018 to 2019 campaign.
World Para Ice Hockey has announced that Vierumaki in Finland will host the 2018 World Championships C-Pool tournament.
Former National Hockey League (NHL) players are among the coaches who will preside over the upcoming 28-member Para ice hockey selection camp, Hockey Canada has announced.