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Taylor Chace, bound for the paralympic games in Sochi, has embraced a second goal: to draw more disabled vets and kids into sled hockey.
Chace's teammates on the Northeast Passage Wildcats between periods of their game against the New Jersey Freeze at the Newington (Conn.) Ice Arena. The Wildcats won, 4-0.
Wildcats coach Bill Stewart talked to Kyle Zych after Zych’s goal.
Griffin LaMarre, goalie for the Wildcats, stretched before the game.
Orbit is Kevin Lynch’s service dog at the postgame services.
Dan Santos controlled the puck, pursued by Kevin Perry.
Gavin Ford, 6, at a Northeast Passage fund-raiser last year in Andover.
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