The Canadian National Blind Hockey is selected annually and is comprised of the top 17 Blind Hockey players in the country.  Team Canada competed against Team USA In October 2018 and November 2019 winning the world’s first two International Blind Ice Hockey Series.  The 2019 – 2020 team featured players and coaches from six different provinces: Alberta, BC, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec.

2019 – 2020 Canadian National Blind Hockey Team

Skaters

  • # 17 – Francois Beauregard (Montreal, QC)
  • # 37 – JulienBlais (Montreal, QC)
  • # 64 – Anthony Ciullla (Langley, BC)
  • # 5 – Joseph Del Grande (Toronto, ON)
  • # 9 – Mark DeMontis (Toronto, ON)
  • # 93 – Joe Fornasier (Burlington, ON)
  • # 89 – Wyatt Harvey (Peterborough, ON)
  • #27 – Tristan Lindberg (Edmonton, AB)
  • # 97 – Alex Angus MacEachen (Mabou, NS)
  • # 22 – Kelly Serbu (Cole Harbour, NS / Ottawa, ON)
  • #58 – Thomas Raymond (Ste-Julie, QC)
  • #19 – Simon Richard (Dieppe, NB)
  • # 87 – Scott Roberts (Richmond, BC)
  • #91 – Jason Yuha (Rosalind, AB)

Goaltenders

  • #33 – Joey Cabral (Toronto, ON)
  • #30 – Lorne Webber (Edmonton, AB)

Coaches and Management Staff

  • Head Coach – Paul Kerins (Toronto, ON)
  • Assistant Coach – Joe McCallion
  • Assistant Coach – Jeff Street (Toronto, ON)
  • Goalie Coach – Joey Ali (Langley, BC)
  • Director of Hockey Operations – Luca DeMontis (Toronto, ON)

DOWNLOAD: 2019 – 2020 Canadian National Blind Hockey Team Press Release

Blind Hockey Programs in Canada

  • ASRAB Calgary Youth Blind Hockey
  • Calgary Seeing Ice Dogs
  • Canadian Blind Hockey – GTA Youth Blind Hockey
  • Central Alberta Bullseye
  • Edmonton SeeHawks
  • Hiboux de Montreal
  • Newfoundland Eye-Landers
  • Nova Scotia See-Kings
  • Ottawa Blind Hockey
  • Toronto Ice Owls
  • Vancouver Eclipse