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Congratulations Colin!

The Calgary Flames announced yesterday that Thunderwolves’ long-time assistant coach Colin Zulianello has been hired as the goalie coach of the Stockton Heat, the Flames’ AHL affiliate located in Northern California.

We at CDIHF wish you the best of luck!

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MoU between ICSD and IOC has been signed

President: I am very pleased that the MoU between ICSD and IOC has been signed today. ICSD has been waiting for this document to be executed for ninety (90) years.

Many countries that have been following Deaflympics did not see full support of the IOC. Now, with the MoU being signed, we are beginning to build our future on this solid foundation and the years ahead are shaping up to be significant ones for the Deaflympics.

See full article here:

http://deaflympics.com/news.asp?icsd-president-ioc-signs-mou-with-icsd

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NEW LOGO UNVEILING, NEW ERA

February 25, 2016 – Victoria, B.C.
Canadian Deaf Ice Hockey Federation unveils a new logo that represents its growth and transformation, and celebrates the achievements of deaf ice hockey for past 40 years.
“We realized that it is time to get a new logo that is more current and recognizable to sponsors, fans, and public, said Mark Dunn, President of Canadian Deaf Ice Hockey Federation. “‎This is very important to CDIHF as it demonstrates what deaf hockey really is.”
The new logo is a vibrant new take on Canadian Deaf Ice Hockey Feberation’s prior logo and more inclusive to represent the changes that happened in past 40 years. The logo is a direct reflection of the past and present players – dynamic, modern and bold. They are the inspiration as they work hard for their country that they are proud of.

CONTACT: Cecilia Tung, cecilia_capi@yahoo.ca

 

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Congratulations to Colin Zulie!

Congratulations to Colin (Zulie) Zulianello of his appointment as the goaltender coach for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Hockey Club of the Ontario Hockey Association. He was one of the assistant coaches of the Canada Deaflympics Hockey Team since 2010. Good Luck and I wish all the best and successes for the Greyhounds Hockey Club.

Roy Hysen
General Manager