Organisers of the Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup have promised the tournament will increase the interest in the sport after the schedule for the event in London in Ontario was published.
The rebranded competition, formerly called the World Sledge Hockey Challenge, is due to take place at the Western Fair Sports Centre from December 2 to 8.
Hosts and Paralympic silver medallists Canada will open their campaign against South Korea on the first day of the tournament.
They then face a crunch clash against the United States the following day in a repeat of the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games gold medal match.
South Korea meet the United States on December 4.
Each team will play each other twice in a round-robin group to determine the finalists, with the gold medal game scheduled for December 8.
"These athletes are incredibly dedicated to their team and to their sport, and it shows when they get on the ice,” said Scott Smith, President and chief operating officer at Hockey Canada.
"This tournament is not only a way to showcase the very best in Para hockey, but a way to let Canadians see how much the sport positively impacts a community.”
Ticket packages have also gone on sale for the tournament, the first edition of the new event.
"London is very fortunate to have been chosen to hold the prestigious Canadian Tire Para Hockey Cup,” said Organising Committee chairman Todd Sargeant.
“The sport has grown since London first hosted in 2011 and the games will be even faster, more fierce and action-packed than before."