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Courage Hockey Show: Episode 3 – Jim Kyte on Being the First Deaf NHLer

On the third episode of the Courage Hockey Show, Mark DeMontis and Rob Simpson chat with former NHLer, Jim Kyte, the first deaf player in the NHL.

Welcome to the Courage Hockey Show, where we embody the spirit of #HockeyIsForEveryone!

On the third episode of the Courage Hockey Show, Mark DeMontis and Rob Simpson chat with former NHLer, Jim Kyte, who was the first deaf player in the NHL.

Then the boys take a deeper dive into the world of sled/sledge/para hockey and the continuing rivalry between Team USA and Team Canada.

Mark and Rob wrap up the show by lining up what's coming up on the next episode.

The Courage Hockey Show is presented by The Hockey News and Sports Illustrated, and brought to you by ParaSport TV.

For more information, visit us at www.ParaSport.TV

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