Men’s Ice Hockey

Team Canada at the 2013 World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships in Finland.

News and Press Releases

October 10th, 2018: Jim Kyte Makes a Generous Donation to CDSA

February 9th, 2018: Canada Deaf Games: Team Kyte – The Veterans

February 8th, 2018: Canada Deaf Games: Team Kyte – The Rookies

February 5th, 2018: The Canada Deaf Games Hockey Tournament Promises to be Entertaining

December 30th, 2017: The Kyte Family to Attend Canada Deaf Games

December 17th, 2017: National Deaf Ice Hockey Program

September 22nd, 2017: Canada Will Host the 4th World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships

May 19th, 2017: Hockey: A Family Affair for McIntyre

May 18th, 2017: Unforgettable Memories for Charles Fecteau

May 17th, 2017: Roy Hysen: A Life Dictated by Hockey

May 1st, 2017: A Bright Future for Deaf Ice Hockey in Canada

April 5th, 2017 : Team Canada targets Gold at the World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships

Events

 2018 Canada Deaf Games – Winnipeg, Manitoba

July 26-31 2019: National Tryout Camp in Willcox, Saskatchewan

December 12-21, 2019: Winter Deaflympics in Italy

Spring 2020: Canada Deaf Games in Edmonton, Alberta

April 7-17, 2021: World Deaf Ice Hockey Championship in Vancouver, BC


2019 Calendar for Clinics / Training Camps / Sport Events


Contact

Team Manager: Marty Rabu

Story by Accessible Media Inc. on Deaf ice hockey during the 2018 Canada Deaf Games. 

Hockey-lang-en Results

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Athlete Games Sport Event Position
EALEY, Jim M, 1951 DEAFLYMPICS 1991-lang-en Banff, CANADA Hockey-lang-en - 3rd
ESCALAMBRE, Patrick Vincent M, 1992 DEAFLYMPICS 2015-lang-en Khanty-Mansiysk, RUSSIA Hockey-lang-en - 2nd
ESCALAMBRE, Patrick Vincent M, 1992 WORLD Hockey 2013-lang-en Vantaa, FINLAND Hockey-lang-en - 2nd
ESCALAMBRE, Patrick Vincent M, 1992 WORLD Hockey 2017-lang-en Amherst, USA Hockey-lang-en - 2nd
FECTEAU, Charles M, 1972 DEAFLYMPICS 1991-lang-en Banff, CANADA Hockey-lang-en - 3rd
FECTEAU, Charles M, 1972 DEAFLYMPICS 1995-lang-en Yllas, FINLAND Hockey-lang-en - 2nd
FECTEAU, Charles M, 1972 DEAFLYMPICS 1999-lang-en Davos, SWITZERLAND Hockey-lang-en - 1st
FRASER, David M, 1976 DEAFLYMPICS 1995-lang-en Yllas, FINLAND Hockey-lang-en - 2nd
FRASER, David M, 1976 DEAFLYMPICS 1999-lang-en Davos, SWITZERLAND Hockey-lang-en - 1st
FRASER, David M, 1976 DEAFLYMPICS 2003-lang-en Sundsvall, SWEDEN Hockey-lang-en - 1st