La puissante équipe nationale canadienne de hockey sonore a balayé ses rivaux américains une fois de plus pour remporter la troisième série internationale de hockey sonore. Le Canada a battu l’équipe des États-Unis par des marques de 7-1, 5-1 et 7-1 à Fort Wayne, Indiana après avoir remporté les séries précédentes de 2018 à…

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  Salut, Le camp de développement estival du hockey sonore canadien 2022 a lieu en partenariat avec l’Université Saint Mary’s à Halifax, en Nouvelle-Écosse, du 27 juillet au 1er août. Le camp est présenté par AMI et par la Fondation INCA, et soutenu par des partenaires nationaux, la famille Daniel Fondation, Electra Health et Manion.…

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  Check out this great French language article from #Montreal‘s LaPresse newspaper about Thomas Raymond’s journey from sighted hockey to Blind Hockey superstar. Click the photo above to direct you to the article. The article details how he first experienced vision loss after a collision in minor hockey at the age of fifteen, which ultimately…

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“When I entered the dressing room to the Toronto Ice Owls Blind Hockey Club, that moment changed my life forever. I realized something – that I was no different than anyone else, I was just one of the players on the team who had a visual impairment.” – Mark DeMontis Today we celebrate the International…

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On this #GivingTuesday Canadian #Blind #Hockey is giving a big stick tap and thank you to all of those who support us in our mission to make hockey #accessible to all #Canadians who are blind or partially sighted! Thank you to our sponsors, donors, supporters, and volunteers who have stood by us during the pandemic,…

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Thank you to CTV Atlantic News for helping to create awareness for the fastest growing parasport on ice, Blind Hockey. Click here to watch this amazing piece from our program. A huge stick tap to the Saint Mary’s Huskies for welcoming us to their home! If you live in the Halifax region and would like to…

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Board member François Beauregard and E.D. Matt Morrow had a great introductory meeting with Para hockey coach Hugues Capderroque from Para Hockey sur Glace – Stade Poitevin Hockey Club 86 and Sport Development Officer Francois Dumont from Anices Handisport about bringing Blind Hockey to France. Para hockey is relatively new in the country, and we…

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Canadian Blind Hockey is pleased to announce our first round of fall programs including the return of our GTA Children and Youth Program, the W Ross MacDonald program in Brantford, the Ottawa 67’s Children and Youth Program, as well as all-ages Try It Sessions in Windsor and Vancouver.  If you live in one of these…

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  It’s World Girls’ Ice Hockey Weekend!  Let’s celebrate and grow the game while uniting Canadians through grassroots programming led by girls hockey associations, minor hockey associations, and communities.  We are always looking to recruit new girls and women to Blind Hockey programs across Canada and are proud of the work of our Girls and…

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Following the completion of the successful #COURAGE21 Inline Skate Fundraiser, Canadian Blind Hockey used the opportunity to ask the inline skaters what #COURAGE21 meant to them. Click here to watch the #COURAGE21 Inline Skate Team Testimonial

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#COURAGE21 Windsor to Ottawa $100,000 Inline Skate Fundraiser   Ten days of skating, to celebrate ten years of achievements. A one-thousand-kilometer challenge, with a one-hundred-thousand-dollar fundraising goal.   From September 1 through 10, 2021 a team of Blind Hockey players will have their courage on full display as they inline skate 1000 kilometers from Windsor…

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  Hi. I’m Mark DeMontis, a two-time gold medalist with Canada’s National Blind Hockey Team and proud to be an honoured member of the Canadian Blind Hockey Hall of Fame in the Builders Category. Like many young Canadians, I dreamed of playing in the NHL. At age 17 when I was playing in the GTHL,…

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  Hi, My name is Kelly Serbu and I am the President of Canadian Blind Hockey and Captain of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Team. This fall I will be participating with some teammates in the #Courage21 1000 km relay inline skate from Windsor to Ottawa from September 1 to the 10. We have set…

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My name is François Beauregard. I am a hockey player and visually impaired. From September 1 – 10, with my teammates, I will skate 1,000 kilometers, going from Windsor to Ottawa as part of the #COURAGE21 Fundraiser for Canadian Blind Hockey. I played hockey when I was a kid and young adult. Unfortunately, at the…

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  My life changed forever when I was diagnosed with Usher Syndrome, a rare, genetic deafblind condition that includes lifelong hearing loss and the progressive onset of retinitis pigmentosa, a blinding disease for which there is no cure. I will never forget arriving home with the news of my diagnosis and how I lingered outside…

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Hello , My name is Marc Lafortune. I will be a guide for my friend François Beauregard during the #COURAGE21 Fundraiser. We will be inline skating 1,000 km from Windsor to Ottawa to fundraise for Canadian Blind Hockey. As a career educator who has worked in the field of physical activity in Canada, Morocco and…

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Hey all, My name is Patrick Power (PJ). I am a founding team member of the original inline skating campaigns beginning back in 2009 in which we journeyed from Toronto to Vancouver, and then two years later in 2011 from Halifax to Toronto all in support of Blind Hockey! To state that these were incredible…

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Hi, my name is Luca DeMontis and I love Blind Hockey!  I am the Program Manager of Canadian Blind Hockey and the General Manager of the Canadian National Blind Hockey Team.  These roles have allowed me to meet so many amazing individuals from across this country, and it is something I am truly grateful for.…

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Hi. My name is Matt Morrow and I am the Executive Director of Canadian Blind Hockey. I have worked full-time as the primary staff person for Blind Hockey in Canada since 2012 and have witnessed this sport grow from a niche Canadian pastime to a worldwide Para sport. I hope you will consider supporting the…

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  Canadian Blind Hockey is pleased to announce that we will tentatively be hosting the 2021 Western Regional Blind Hockey Tournament in Calgary from November 5 – 7, 2021.  We are hoping to host a four-team Open Division tournament which would accommodate between 44 – 64 players. If you are interested in participating in the…

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