Canada surpassed its medal record at the Winter Games totaling 29 and finishing third behind Norway and Germany.
The previous high for Canada was 26 at the 2010 games in Vancouver.
An Islander meantime is getting a lot of credit for helping Korea win a silver medal in women’s curling.
The Koreans lost the gold in the final to Sweden but Peter Gallant of Charlottetown is being praised for helping turn a young Korean team into a world power at the Games.
Gallant is the father of Brett Gallant who plays for the Brad Gushue men’s rink in Newfoundland-Labrador.
The senior Gallant took over the Korean women’s team two years and ago and taught them the strategy needed to become a world contender.
They started sending a message by beating Canada’s Rachel Homan at the start of the women’s curling tournament at the Games.
Meantime, it was a record 4th time to the Games for Summerside’s Heather Moyse who finished 7th along with pilot Alysia Rissling in the bobsled. Moyse won gold with Kallie Humphries in bobsleigh in 2010 and 2014.