Local NS represents Team Canada @ the 2018 Inline Wold Hockey championship in Asiago, Italy
Jimmy Teed is a 21 year old goaltender born and raised in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. He played ice hockey his entire life but began playing roller hockey when he was 15 years old. He played his junior years in Edmonton, Alberta before receiving a roller hockey scholarship to Bethel University in Mckenzie, Tennessee. Currently, he is the starting goaltender for the Division 1 team at Bethel University. He credits roller hockey to providing him with so many incredible opportunities. It has allowed him to pursue a university degree and travel all over the world while playing the sport he loves. He also thanks roller hockey for bringing him together with people who are now his mentors and best friends. In the future he hopes to graduate from Bethel University and continue to represent his country at the highest level. He encourage anyone who enjoys the sport of hockey to consider roller hockey, either recreationally or at a higher level. It is an amazing sport and community that is seeing growth everyday.