Sledge hockey is a high energy, fast paced team sport for individuals with a physical disability played all over the world. It is currently the most popular Paralympic sport.
How the Game is Played
Sledge hockey is played by using the same rules as regular ice hockey. Sledge hockey players sit on a specially designed sled that has two skate blades under the seat. Each player plays with two sticks. The sticks have a curved blade at one end and six to eight picks at the other end that are used for maneuvering the sled. All hockey gear (helmets, shoulder pads, gloves, etc.) is required to play sledge hockey.
In Canada, Hockey Canada governs the sport of sledge hockey. For more information on sledge hockey, visit the Hockey Canada website at www.hockeycanada.ca.
PEI Ice Breakers Sledge Hockey Program
Session: November 2022 – March 2022
Schedule: Every Sunday, TBD
Location: South Shore Actiplex in Crapaud
Registration Fee: $150.00 for the season, including insurance, rental of a sled and sticks and over 20 ice times.
Please note that all players MUST bring their own equipment, helmets, shoulder pads, elbow pads and hockey gloves. Team jerseys will be provided.
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ParaSport PEI members can choose to pay their membership fee online (via credit card) or email money transfer or in person by cash/cheques. When registering online, simply select your desired payment method upon check out – either ‘Credit Card’ or ‘Cash/Cheques’ or ‘EMT’.
Cheques can be made payable to ParaSport and Recreation PEI and mailed to:
ParaSport and Recreation PEI
40 Enman Crescent, Room 123
FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT US
Vivian Nguyen – Program Coordinator
P: (902) 368-4540
Canskate Sledge Hockey Program
ParaSport and Recreation PEI is excited to offer a brand new CanSkate Sledge Program in partnership with Skate Canada Prince Edward Island, and Sherwood Figure Skating Club. The program is the first of its kind offered on PEI. It provides the opportunity for children with a physical disability to learn how to skate in a sled. The program is a first step for children wanting to play the sport of sledge hockey. The program is led by certified CanSkate coaches. These coaches took part in a CanSkate Sledge coach training clinic that was offered in Charlottetown. Stacey Charlton, creator of the program, from the Sussex Skating Club facilitated the training. This was the first formalized training offered so far in Canada. The CanSkate Sledge Program is offered in Sherwood.
Sherwood Canskate Sledge Program
Where: Cody Banks Arena
Registration Fee: $30.00 includes rental of sled and sticks
For more info or to register for the Sherwood Program, please use the following link…. https://www.sherwoodparkdaleskatingclub.com/registration/ and click on “Registration”.