Declan Farmer led the United States to it's third consecutive Paralympic gold in sled hockey with a 2-1 overtime victory over Canada in PyeongChang.
After a late first period Canadian goal from Billy Bridges opened the scoring, the score remained at 1-0 until late in the third period. With just over a minute to go, the United States pulled goalie Steve Cash in favor of an extra attacker. Canada's Rob Armstrong had a chance to ice the game, but managed to hit the right goalpost with the net empty. The United States raced back on the counter, and Farmer tied the game on a short pass from Kevin McKee, who took a cross-ice feed from Brody Roybel.
The remaining seconds ticked away inconsequentially, and the contest slid into overtime. Just 3:30 into the extra stanza, Farmer came up big again. Picking up a lose puck in the corner, he peeled into the slot and wristed a shot that beat Canadian goalie Dominic Laroque and gave the Americans the gold medal.
Buffalo, New York's Adam Page, a long-time fixture on the US Sled Hockey team, won his third Paralympic gold medal, becoming only the third player to accomplish such a feat.