PowerHockey Player Feature: Nolan Lee

TPWHL Nolan Lee

Player: Nolan Lee
Number: 86
Position: Defence
Years played: 12
Teams: Storm, Vikings, Falcons, Panthers
Achievements: 2-time TPWHL Champion with the Vikings (2009, 2010)
Favourite NHL Team: Toronto Maple Leafs
Favourite NHL Player: N/A

My friend Nolan talks about what playing hockey means to him:

“Playing the sport of Power Wheelchair Hockey was a big part of my life. It gave me many life experiences such as self-esteem, challenges to solve, and teamwork. These experiences I gained in playing this sport have been valuable in making me who I am today. On the other hand I had a chance to meet and play with others who go through challenges in life like me. Having to have played Power Wheelchair Hockey for 12 years I am glad to have the opportunity to play Canada’s game.” – Nolan Lee

If you would like to be featured on my blog, message me through Facebook or Twitter @torranceho with your photo, the same info above, and also provide a short paragraph on what playing PowerHockey means to you.

Power Hockey Athlete with TPWHL, Passionate Sports Writer, Huge supporter of the Paralympics and para sports, Accessibility Ambassador, Co-Founder of Equal Grounds.

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