A group of blind, visually impaired and sighted people play recreational ice hockey with a specialized adaptive puck that produces sound.
If you’re interested in learning more about Hockey or joining the practices and games, contact BC Blind Sports at (604) 325-8638.
2018: Blind Hockey Returns to Burnaby!
Join us for a Free Try Skating and Blind Hockey Session at the 2018 Western Regional Blind Hockey Tournament
Canadian Blind Hockey is hosting our first-ever Blind Hockey tournament
in Metro Vancouver from November 23 – 25, with the third annual
Western Regional Blind Hockey Tournament taking place in Burnaby, BC.
All of the games are free to come watch, and will be fun for the whole
family, so come witness the fastest sport on ice played by athletes with
10% vision or less. Even better, for children, youth, and adults who are
blind or partially sighted, you are invited to get out of the stands and
onto the ice with a free try skating and Blind Hockey clinic on Saturday
November 24 from 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm.
Courage Canada Tournament 2015
In less than four weeks, the puck will drop at the biggest Blind Hockey Tournament in the history of the sport! With 80 players from 7 provinces and 2 US states, the first ever 6 team Blind Hockey Tournament promises to be the best and most exciting yet.
2015 Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament
Courage Canada Hockey Tournament
March 2014 - To all BCBSRA members,
Eclipse vs Giants - Blind Hockey Youtube Video
Watch the September 25th event.
Vancouver Eclipse Blind Hockey Team -
February 2013 - Courage Canada national Blind hockey Tournament For details, click here.
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