Presented by AMI – Accessible Media Inc. and brought to you by CNIB Foundation
The 2019 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament takes place the weekend of November 8th through the 10th at TD Place Arena in downtown Ottawa, ON. The tournament is presented by AMI – Accessible Media Inc., and brought to you by CNIB Foundation.
1015 Bank Street. Ottawa, ON.
Entrance at Gate # 2.
The event includes the second ever International Blind Ice Hockey Series featuring Canada hosting the USA, an Open Division with players from across North America, and the launch of the all new “Ottawa 67’s & Canadian Blind Hockey Children and Youth Program powered by the OSEG Foundation.”
Canadian Blind Hockey invites the entire Ottawa community to come out and enjoy a thrilling hockey experience at TD Place, the event is 100% free to attend and fun for the whole family. The tournament will also be broadcast live on the Canadian Blind Hockey YouTube Channel, and will feature the world’s best hockey players who are blind or partially sighted demonstrating the fast-growing parasport of Blind Hockey.
For volunteer opportunities for the 2019 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament please click here to complete our volunteer registration form.
The 2019 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament is made possible by the Daniel Family Foundation, Electra Health, Manion and local partners TD Canada Trust, the Ottawa 67’s and OSEG Foundation, and Parasport TV – thank you for your help in making hockey accessible to Canadians who are blind or partially sighted!
Blind Ice Hockey was invented in Canada in 1972 and now boasts ten programs across Canada, a dozen programs in the United States, and new programs in Russia, Finland, and England. The sport is played by athletes who range from legally blind – approximately 10% vision or less – to completely blind, using an adapted puck that makes noise and that is larger than a traditional puck. More information about the sport and the organization can be found at canadianblindhockey.com and witnessed on the Canadian Blind Hockey YouTube Channel.
For more information:
Executive Director, Canadian Blind Hockey
Sport Director, International Blind Ice Hockey Federation
To print information: 2019 Eastern Regional Blind Hockey Tournament Information