Blind hockey rolling across east
Mark DeMontis is rollerblading from Halifax to Toronto to raise money for programs to help visually impaired people learn to play a new kind of hockey.
DeMontis, who is visually impaired himself, founded Courage Canada to promote the sport of blind hockey. The sport is just like traditional hockey, but the puck makes a noise players follow.
"This is hockey and this is Canada and this is our nation's game," he said.
DeMontis's skate started at Pier 21 Aug. 13, and will end at Weston Lions Arena in Toronto Oct. 15. On Friday he was skating through Prince Edward Island. He's scheduled to roll into New Brunswick on Sunday.