Forest Native Scores 4 Goals For CanadaMarch 10, 2018 8:09am
It was an impressive start for Tyler McGregor and team Canada’s men’s sledge hockey team at the 2018 paralympics.
The Forest native and alternate captain had 4 goals and 1 assist in Canada’s 17-0 thumping of team Sweden on Saturday. The Canadian side also outshot their opponent 45-2.
McGregor had 3 goals less than 10 minutes into this one, then added a couple more points when the game was out of reach.
The 23-year-old had 3 assists in five games during the 2014 paralympics in Sochi.
Canada plays Italy Sunday at 5 a.m ET.