Tyler McGregor had three goals and three assists and Billy Bridges had three goals and two assists as Canada defeated Norway 14-2 Sunday at the world para hockey championship.
Liam Hickey added two goals and three assists, Antoine Lehoux scored twice and Greg Westlake, Dominic Cozzolino, Rod Crane and Zach Lavin also found the net for Canada, which improved to 1-1 after losing its opener 3-1 to the United States on Sunday.
Ola Oiseth and Audun Bakke scored for the Norwegians, who fell to 0-2.
Corbin Watson made six saves for Canada.
Norwegian goaltender Johan Groeline allowed six goals on 11 shots in the first period. He was replaced to start the second by Erik Haugen, who allowed eight goals on 14 shots in relief.
Canada plays its final preliminary-round game Tuesday against South Korea.