Some people may believe that after a certain age, it’s time to retire the hockey skates. Well, that’s not the case for the Twilight League, a men’s hockey organization in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, that is making senior living quite enjoyable, CBC Radio-Canada reported.
The group, which welcomes players in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, was created in 2002 by Brendan Dicks, who’s 73. Though the organization didn’t start with many players, it now has more than 100. Each week, the league gets together and hops on the ice for 90 minutes at a time.
The spirit of the game
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