Goaltender Steve Cash has backstopped the U.S. to three Paralympic medals—two gold and one silver—since he joined the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team in 2005. At the age of 15, Cash competed at his first Paralympic Winter Games at Torino 2006 where Team USA won bronze. By 2007, Cash was carrying the load in net and hasn't looked back since. He has only allowed two goals in 10 games of Paralympic play and statistically, holds nearly every U.S. goaltending record to date. In six world championships, he's helped lead the U.S. to three golds, two silvers and one bronze. After winning gold in Sochi, Cash, whose right leg was amputated due to osteosarcoma at age three, was chosen as the flag bearer for Team USA at the closing ceremony of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. As the veteran on the team, the 28-year-old is primed to steer the U.S. on another medal run in 2018.