This month we highlight the great work from one of the latest Blind Hockey players Conrad Eder and the incredible work he’s doing to grow the game in Ottawa as he prepares for his first ever Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament!  Here is his story from his own words: I got diagnosed with RP about 6…

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This month we highlight the great work from Team Canada Blind Hockey player and National Team Paraclimbing athlete Chaz Misuraca from Stratford Ontario. Here is his inspiring and encouraging story from his own words: “My first-time playing hockey after losing my vision went surprisingly well – same skate, same stick, and instead of looking for…

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This month we want to highlight Brandon Joy, age 20, and the incredible work he continues to do to bring more Blind Hockey awareness to Eastern Canada!   Learn about the impact of Blind Hockey in Brandon’s own words: “I was diagnosed when I was 3. My family and I were out camping, and my dad…

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We wanted to share quotes from a great article from the CBC, which speaks to the importance of our #BlindHockey development camps. Canadian Blind Hockey executive director Matt Morrow says “Any time we host an event like this, it has the effect of growing the para sport of blind hockey,” said Morrow, adding there are…

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“I haven’t had opportunities like this to improve in any sport, throughout my life really. This camp has had really great coaching, and overall a really great experience. As a blind hockey player, this shows me the trend in which the game is going, it’s getting bigger and for this to be as big of…

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Team Canada track & paralympic athlete David Johnson aka Blindhipsterdave got back on the ice today and chatted with us about his #BlindHockey history: “I started playing hockey when I was a kid at around 8 years old and I loved playing hockey I played all the time and my vision deteriorated and got worse. I started to play…

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This month we highlight the great work from one of the latest Blind Hockey players Conrad Eder and the incredible work he’s doing to grow the game in Ottawa as he prepares for his first ever Canadian National Blind Hockey Tournament!  Here is his story from his own words: I got diagnosed with RP about 6…

Read more

This month we highlight the great work from Team Canada Blind Hockey player and National Team Paraclimbing athlete Chaz Misuraca from Stratford Ontario. Here is his inspiring and encouraging story from his own words: “My first-time playing hockey after losing my vision went surprisingly well – same skate, same stick, and instead of looking for…

Read more

This month we want to highlight Brandon Joy, age 20, and the incredible work he continues to do to bring more Blind Hockey awareness to Eastern Canada!   Learn about the impact of Blind Hockey in Brandon’s own words: “I was diagnosed when I was 3. My family and I were out camping, and my dad…

Read more

We wanted to share quotes from a great article from the CBC, which speaks to the importance of our #BlindHockey development camps. Canadian Blind Hockey executive director Matt Morrow says “Any time we host an event like this, it has the effect of growing the para sport of blind hockey,” said Morrow, adding there are…

Read more

“I haven’t had opportunities like this to improve in any sport, throughout my life really. This camp has had really great coaching, and overall a really great experience. As a blind hockey player, this shows me the trend in which the game is going, it’s getting bigger and for this to be as big of…

Read more

Team Canada track & paralympic athlete David Johnson aka Blindhipsterdave got back on the ice today and chatted with us about his #BlindHockey history: “I started playing hockey when I was a kid at around 8 years old and I loved playing hockey I played all the time and my vision deteriorated and got worse. I started to play…

Read more