GANGNEUNG, Korea, Republic Of — Tyler McGregor had a goal and an assist as Canada downed host South Korea 2-0 on Saturday at the 2017 IPC World Para Hockey Championship.

McGregor has six goals and 11 points in four games at the tournament.

Dominic Cozzolino also scored for the Canadians (4-0), who have yet to give up a goal in four round-robin victories.

Corbin Watson earned the shutout as Canada outshot South Korea (2-1) 32-5.

Canada's next game is Monday against the defending champion United States (2-0).

This is the first world championship to take place since the International Paralympic Committee rebranded the sport from sledge hockey to para hockey in November.