Sled Hockey

“Put Your Disability on Ice”
Sled hockey is played by a wide range of players with a variety of mobility limitations: amputees, spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, along with anyone who has a disability that limits participation in stand up hockey.

Sled hockey is played like traditional stand up hockey except the players sit in a specially designed bucket seat attached to a lightweight frame with hockey skate blades underneath and propel through the ice with two adaptive hockey sticks.

We are here to assist players with transfers from wheelchair to sled, we do our best to empower our participants to be able to transfer on their own.  Safety is our utmost priority for our participant, staff and volunteer.

Sled Hockey has ended for 2020.  See you in 2021!


For more information contact our Sled Hockey Coordinator:

Jill Van Son:  [email protected]


Participant and Volunteer Requirements


  • Ages 6 years and up with a disability that limits/restricts regular ice skating.
  • Weight limit 275 lbs.
  • Wear appropriate clothing for cold/winter conditions (close toed shoes, layers).
  • Must be able to process simple directions.
  • Must wear a hockey helmet with a cage (provided by Eagle Mount or may bring own).


  • Ages 14 and up.
  • Must be able to skate independently.
  • Attend sled hockey volunteer training provided by Eagle Mount.
  • Must wear a hockey helmet (provided by Eagle Mount or may bring own).