OUR MISSION IS BUILDING AND SUSTAINING A PREMIER REGIONAL HOCKEY PROGRAM BY PROVIDING QUALITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND SUCCESS OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN HOCKEY AND IN LIFE SKILLS WE ARE BUILDING PLAYERS FOR LIFE

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Get Involved in Sled Hockey

There are many ways for both individuals and groups to get involved with Sno-King Hockey.

Play With Us!

Youth and adult players are always invited to join us. Free introductory clinics will make it easy to be introduced to the sport. Contact us for the next on-ice meeting time.

Volunteer!

Show your support for disabled athletes or give back to the sport you love. There are many ways for you or your team to help the participants and the programs, both on and off the ice. Volunteer opportunities exist for coaches, referees, scorekeepers, managers, fundraisers, marketers and more. Use your skills and enthusiasm to make Sled Hockey available to everyone.

Donate Equipment

Sled Hockey utilizes much of the same equipment as regular hockey. We can use all sizes of youth and adult equipment including:

  • helmets
  • neck guards
  • shoulder pads
  • elbow pads
  • gloves
  • shin guards
  • breezers
  • adult sized graphite shafts

Please drop your equipment at any Sno-King Ice Arena.  All cash or equipment donations are tax deductible.

Use Your Special Skills

Sled Hockey equipment frequently must be customized to meet the needs of players based on their disability. If you have some mechanical skills and can help modify specialized equipment from aluminum, plastics and wood, please contact us for more information.

Donate Money

You can make a monetary contribution to Sno-King Sled hockey by contacting Sno-King offices. 

Be a Sponsor

We are always looking for individuals and corporate sponsors who are willing to contribute to Sno-King Thunderbirds Sled Hockey. While we are in the developing stages of the sport, you will receive all the exposure we can generate, and more importantly, associate your name with a growing community program that is making a difference in the lives of the disabled.