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by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Amputee Hockey Sites

Canadian Amputee Hockey Asssociation
www.canadianamputeehockey.ca/
The Canadian Amputee Hockey Committee (CAHC) is a newly formed committee, of the Canadian Amputee Sport Association (CASA), that has organized for the sole purpose of promoting ice hockey for amputees regardless of age, gender, race or physical ability.

The Canadian Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists – What’s New
www.pando.ca/what’s.htm
In January, the 25-28th, to be precise, the AAHA is holding a “joint” amputee training camp, Can – AmP 2001 in Lake Placid, NY at the Olympic Training Center, for both U.S and Canadian skaters.

 

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