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.

Torrance Ho
About Torrance Ho 191 Articles
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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