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Haris
Farid (C)

TEAM
Toronto Toros

AGE
31

LEVEL
1

CAREER START
2001

DISABILITY
Spina Bifida

POSITION
Forward

POWERCHAIR
Quickie P-222 SE

STICK TYPE
Hand

PLAYING STYLE
Scoring Forward

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Being named to the national team in 2010 and then being named Captain of the national team in 2011, winning various awards, representing Canada at the 2018 IWAS World Championship.

POWERHOCKEY QUOTE
Being introduced to power hockey has been one of the greatest highlights of my life. It gives me the opportunity to be part of the sport I enjoy watching and playing.

To be part of the Toronto Rock and now the Toronto Toros, it’s been an absolute pleasure and honour.

I’m always out of words to explain how blessed I have been to be part of the national team and to play powerhockey, most importantly to be on this journey with such skilled and talented teammates and in my opinion the greatest coaching staff in powerhockey, who put so much time and effort into putting together a team that can compete in tournaments such as this one and the many more ahead.

TEAM YOU’RE MOST EXCITED TO PLAY AGAINST AND WHY?
The team I’m personally looking forward to playing against the most are the PowerPlay because they are a really great team and playing them would be like a measuring stick to see where we are as a team.

PLAYER YOU’RE MOST EXCITED TO PLAY AGAINST AND WHY?
The player I am looking forward to playing against the most is Jake Saxton because of his skill set and hockey IQ. He is such a skilled and talented player to play against and to watch.

WHY DO YOU PLAY?
I play hockey because it gives me the opportunity to play the sport that I enjoy playing, but even more than that, I play because it gives me the opportunity to meet people and watch other skilled and talented players.

2019 PowerHockey Canada Cup

SeasonTeamGPGAPTSPIMPPG
2019 PowerHockey Canada CupToronto Toros611200.33