RPI plays a special game for people with Autism

TROY, NY (NEWS10) – The RPI men’s hockey team played a game Saturday night like they never done before.

They eliminated all goal horns, music, and flashing lights. They got rid of anything that would be problematic for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

This was the only game in Division One hockey that has gone out of its way to make sure people with Autism can enjoy the game with everyone else.

We will have a full recap of the game tonight in sports.



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