Calgary Flames help show hockey is for everyone

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On February 3 , thirty-one current and former Calgary Flames players took the ice at the Saddledome as part of the NHL’s Hockey is for Everyone Initiative, along with 30 members of the visually impaired community to play some hockey.

“We just proved hockey is for everyone,” said Flames alumni Lanny McDonald. Participants, aged six to 60, had the chance to skate alongside current and former NHL stars and try a sport that was new to many of them.

Check out 2 great videos capturing the event by clicking the links found here and here. An article from the Calgary Flames foundation can be found here.

You can also check out the AMI video covering the event by clicking here.