Forest Native Scores 4 Goals For Canada

Tyler McGregor shows off his bronze medal while appearing on CHOK's The Sports Show Mar. 25, 2014

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.