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Sledge Hockey


Sledge hockey is the Paralympic sport version of ice hockey. All players have a lower body disability and are strapped to a two-bladed sledge. They propel themselves with sticks spiked at one end and curved blades at the other for shooting.

The goaltender may have an additional pick at the base end of his stick and may use an additional stick with a blade or wear a trapper glove. Teams are comprised of a maximum 15 players per team, including two goaltenders. Games consist of three 15-minute stop-time periods.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Saskatchewan Wheelchair Sports Association
Andrea Muir, Executive Director
510 Cynthia Street
Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K7
(306) 975-0824
swsa@shaw.ca
www.swsa.ca

FIND A CLUB

Yorkton Sledge Hockey Club
(306) 975-0824

Kindersley Sledge Hockey Club
Catherine Close
cclose@sasktel.net

Martensville Sledge Hockey Club
Brenda and Ted Carter
tbjcarter@sasktel.net

Regina Sledge Hockey Club
Bobbi Bolianatz
bobbibolianatz@sasktel.net

Cutknife Sledge Hockey
Mia Fairley
hfairley@xplornet.com

Bruno Sledge Hockey
Joan Manderscheid
dart340@sasktel.net

The Parasport program is made possible through the financial contributions from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation and is administered through Sask Sport Inc.