The Mission Statement of Ohio Sled Hockey.
The mission of Ohio Sled Hockey is to provide the opportunity for individuals with physical limitations to learn about and participate in the sport of hockey. Our focus is on developing each athlete through instruction, encouragement, evaluation, and competition. This progression promotes and improves the sport of sled hockey by allowing local players to participate from novice to national level of play. Athletes will improve overall health and fitness levels while participating in therapeutic and competitive sport. Ohio Sled Hockey athletes also experience team camaraderie, trust and the development of meaningful friendships both on and off the ice.
Thank you to all the players and coaches who attended Mid AM Sled Hockey camp in Columbus Ohio.
NBC Sports Network features Ohio Sled Hockey during the NHL Playoffs.
Ohio United receives 2nd place at the Kent State Sled Hockey Event.
Ohio Sled Hockey game with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
News stories and video clips of Ohio Sled Hockey Events.
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Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation Supports Ohio Sled Hockey.
Thank you to The Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation for their support of Ohio Sled Hockey .
Thank you to the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation for your generous donation.
A television interview about Ohio Sled Hockey teammate AJ Digby.
Four Ohio Sled Hockey Players selected to the USA Sled Hockey Development Team.
Congradulations to Erik Knotts, John Mollica, Ben Musselman, and AJ Digby.
Brian Knotts and Andrew Vogt Represent Ohio Sled Hockey at ADA Day in Cleveland Ohio.
A news story about the Columbus Blue Jackets giving back to Ohio Sled Hockey.
This is a story about the Columbus Blue Jackets giving their broken hockey sticks to Ohio Sled Hockey.
Sled hockey in Ohio sees gradual growth
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Barbara J. Perenic | Dispatch photo
People with disabilities savor chance to compete
Ohio Blades coach Mike Fenster talks to his team. He and his wife Kelly Fenster learned about sled hockey in 2001. Now, Mr. Fenster coaches; his wife is the general manager; and Michael, 14, plays.