Achieving Greatness: The United States won its first Paralympic medal in sled hockey in 2002, and has come away with a medal in each year since. Team USA won bronze in 2006, gold in 2010 and gold once again at the recent 2014 games. In addition, with its triumph in 2014, the U.S. team became the first to capture back-to-back Paralympic sled hockey gold medals.
White Showing Versatility: After a strong defensive effort in its 1-0 shutout victory on Tuesday, White demonstrated an ability to deliver offensively as well with a 6-4 win over Gold on Thursday. Vlad Lundquist (No. 11) and Sam Mumper (No. 13) each contributed two goals and an assist for the victors, who overcame the 2-1 deficit faced heading into the second half. Zach Andrews (No. 12) registered a goal and an assist for Gold.
Red Hangs On: Red survived a late rally by Navy to secure its first victory of camp by a score of 3-2. Kyle Zych (No. 14), Pablo Sanchez Jr. (No. 12) and Adam Wemple (No. 7) all lit the lamp for Red to build-up a 3-0 advantage, before Navy's Chandler Couture (No. 14) and Jack O'Grady (No. 4) scored late goals to nearly complete an impressive comeback. Nathan Bryant (No. 2) also registered a pair of assists for Red.