Earlier, she clinched bronze in the 15 km free race in cross-country skiing, gold in the 6 km biathlon race and silver in the 10km race.
"I'll definitely be snowboarding in four years' time but a lot of athletes are calling time now at this level and maybe I will join that group", Moore said.
Quesnel defenceman James Gemmell and Canada's Para Hockey Team earned a berth to the gold-medal game with its fourth consecutive shutout of the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.
Despite the injury, she has continued to shine on the global stage, claiming cross-country gold medals in the 1.1km sprint and today's 5km event.
Lysova performed in pair with sighted guide Alexey Ivanov.
This is the first time that the US will face Canada in the Paralympic gold-medal game.
Moore became the first British boarder to win a World Championship medal, but he hinted his participation at future Paralympic Games is unlikely.
Mark Arendz would love nothing better than to inspire a country when he carries Canada's flag into Sunday's closing ceremonies of the Pyeongchang Paralympics.
China shared the 19th place with Kazakhstan, while South Korea rose to the 15th place together with Finland and New Zealand that have won one gold and two bronze medals.
Narita also won bronze in snowboard cross on Monday. 'Of course I would have liked to have had more time to prepare and I am not as fit as I could be, but I feel good, ' she told the Volkskrant before the games.
She also won silver in the 6km and 12.5km biathlon competitions, and bronze in the 12km cross-country event.
The Hartsville, P.E.I., athlete has won five medals, with one race to go. Ukraine stands a solid chance of surpassing 20-plus medals at these Games. The Russian finished in 37:42.6, with a flawless performance.
Collin Cameron of Bracebridge, Ont., started Friday's march to the podium, winning bronze in the sitting 15K race.