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by Hockey Manitoba  |  November 8, 2006 12:12 pm

Josh Harrow is 15 years old and lives in Windsor Park in Winnipeg. He’s been playing hockey in the St. Vital area since he was 5 years old, and has played out of Glenwood, Greendell, Glenlee and Dakota Community Clubs.

For the 2006-07 hockey season, Josh will be playing out of the newly combined Norberry-Glenlee Community Club.

Josh has a prosthetic leg (below knee amputation), and also plays hockey at a national level through the Canadian Amputee Sports Association, where he is a founding member of the developing 17 and Under Canadian National Amputee Hockey Team. Josh’s involvement with this organization typically takes him out of province two or three times a year for developmental camps and games.

Josh’s ultimate goal is to play in a World Championship or Paralympic Games
on the adult Canadian National Hockey Team.

Hockey Manitoba salutes Josh and applaudes his efforts.

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