Tyler McGregor of Forest has helped Team Canada to a flawless start at the Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Lee finished 11th in the men's 7.5-kilometer sitting biathlon - his first event at the Winter Paralympics - on Saturday and 10th in the men's 15km sitting cross-country skiing the next day. The event in which McKeever struck gold was the men's 20 kilometre cross-country skiing for the visually impaired.
McKeever surpassed para alpine skier Lana Spreeman, who won 13 medals in her five Paralympic appearances.
President Moon Jae-in has called for more public attention on the ongoing PyeongChang Winter Paralympics.
Also today, the Belarusian Yuri Golub won his second silver at the Games. McKeever will go for two more medals.
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With the 17 goals, Canada has now scored 991 since Hockey Canada took over the sledge hockey program in 2004.
Armstrong added an assist for a three-point performance, while Brad Bowden, Tyler McGregor, and Liam Hickey had a goal and a helper each.
In wheelchair curling, Canada lost both games on Monday.
Team Canada is in fourth place in the medal standings with seven medals (three gold medals, one silver medal and three bronze medals).
Jallen's second and final run in the giant slalom will happen 1 a.m. Wednesday with NBCSN's coverage beginning at midnight. They are behind the United States (15 medals), France and the Ukraine (nine medals each).More news: Helicopter Chartered For Photography Shoot Crashes In New York City
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