04/17/2013 02:53 EDT | Updated 06/16/2013 05:12 EDT

Brad Bowden leads Canada to 5-0 win at sledge hockey world championships

GOYANG, South Korea - Brad Bowden continued his strong tournament with a pair of power-play goals as Canada shut out South Korea 5-0 on Tuesday at the world sledge hockey championships.

Bowden of Orton, Ont., leads the tournament with nine points (five goals, four assists) in three games.

Marc Dorion of Bourget, Ont., and Adam Dixon of Midland, Ont., scored goals in the first period for Canada (3-0) and Anthony Gale of Brampton, Ont., rounded out the scoring in the third for the Canadians, who also got two assists from Billy Bridges of Summerside, P.E.I.).

Corbin Watson of Kingsville, Ont., made 10 saves for his second shutout in as many starts.

Mam-Gyun Yu and Young Hoon Chung combined to make 18 stops for the Koreans (0-3).

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