O’Brien, Coyotes Partner with Mikey’s League for Adaptive Hockey Clinics

Matt Mixer, Executive DirectorAdapted Physical Education, Advocacy, Best Practices, Fitness, Future Professionals, Membership, News & Events, Partnerships, Public Relations/Marketing, Skill Development

Arizona Coyotes forward Liam O’Brien is as tough as they come on the ice.

Off it, he’s more determined than ever to continue to give back.

O’Brien and defenseman Sean Durzi spent Sunday at a Mikey’s League ball hockey clinic, providing an adaptive hockey experience for children and young adults with neurodivergent disabilities. The cause is near-and-dear to O’Brien’s heart, as his mother, Susan, has a background in working with children with autism.

Mikey’s League “provides inclusive sports opportunities for atheletes with and without physical or cognitive disabilities,” according to its website. The organization offers programs for street and ice hockey, flag football, basketball, and golf, and Sunday’s event focused on a ball hockey clinic at Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center in Phoenix.

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