Tuesday, August 21, 2018
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Kyte family to compete in Canada Deaf Games

By Richard MacKenzie

2018 Canadian Deaf GamesIt will be a reunion, of sorts, for the Kyte family. And it will involve, appropriately enough, the sport of hockey; and will take place, again appropriately, in Winnipeg.

Members of the family, including St. F.X. students Thomas, Emma, Abi and Sean, are gearing up for the Canada Deaf Games, beginning Wednesday in the Manitoba capital.

The foursome will be part of Team Kyte at the event which includes their uncle Jim who played 13 seasons in the NHL, including seven with the Winnipeg Jets (1982-89).

Read more: https://www.nelsonstar.com/sports/no-whistles-no-problem-for-deaf-hockey-player/

Source: Herald Sports

 
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