Want to participate in your local community? Become a sponsor for Colorado Sled Hockey and support youth in your area.
Colorado Sled Hockey is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1995 and in 1996 was the first sled hockey team sponsored by an NHL affiliate. We are dedicated to providing a competitive environment to foster independence and elevate social interaction through hockey. Currently, we consist of four teams: Youth, A travel, B travel, C travel. New in 2021 our team of disabled veterans have blended to make more competitive teams! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, CSH Vice President, to get involved.
Sled hockey (also para-ice hockey, sledge hockey) is an adaptive form of ice hockey for athletes with and without disabilities. Rather than standing on two skates, sled hockey players sit in a "sled" with two ice skates on the bottom, and propel themselves using picks on the butt of their sticks. In 1994, sled hockey was first introduced as a Paralympic sport. Learn more at https://www.usahockey.com/sledhockey.
Our organization focuses on connecting youth, veteran, and adult athletes with disabilities through hockey. Intrigued? Join us to learn more about our program!
Colorado Sled Hockey is always looking for new players, volunteers, and sponsors.
Join us at one of our practices, or contact our board members for more information on how to further support our organization. Go Avs!