Blind hockey player making a name for himself in Kent

For the second year in a row, Adam Young has been selected to try out with the National Blind Hockey team.

KENT, Wash. — Adam Young is a kennel technician at a veterinarian clinic in Des Moines and said he balances the 12-hour days with his hobby turned passion.  

Young said he moved to Kent so he would be close to the ice.  

“I grew up in Michigan and have always been such a big hockey fan, so when I moved to the Seattle area I knew I wanted to live somewhere that I could skate all the time,” Young said. 

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