Forest's Tyler McGregor and Canada’s Para ice hockey team lost in heartbreaking fashion against the US in the gold medal game Saturday night.
Canada was leading 1-0 with less than a minute to play before the US tied the game with 37 seconds to play and eventually won it in overtime 2-1.
McGregor finished as Canada's top scorer and was third among all skaters with 8 goals and 5 assists in his second paralympic games. The 24-year-old now has a silver and bronze medal.
Despite the loss, the silver medal wraps up team Canada's most successful paralympics ever-- they finished with 28 medals (8, 4, 16), eclipsing the previous best of 19 set in the Vancouver 2010 games.