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15th Annual Toyota-USA hockey Disabled Hockey Festival Continues This Weekend in Wesley Chapel, Fla.

By USA Hockey, 04/03/19, 8:45AM MDT


HockeyTV to broadcast all games, including the Adult Sled Hockey National Championship

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Competition at the 2019 Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival continues tomorrow (April 4) with the sled hockey discipline, which has been divided into 10 divisions. Festival play, including the USA Hockey Sled Hockey National Championship division, begins play in Wesley Chapel and Ellenton, Florida.

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USA Hockey, in partnership with the Tampa Bay Lightning and Statewide Amateur Hockey of Florida, is hosting the Festival in Florida for the first time. Last weekend. 36 teams and 576 players participated across USA Hockey's other five disabled hockey disciplines, including blind, deaf/hard of hearing, standing/amputee, special and Warrior. For results and a list of champions, click here.

The AdventHealth Center Ice in Wesley Chapel is serving as the primary facility for competition, while nearby Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex will also be utilized. On Saturday (April 6), USA Hockey will host a Try Sled Hockey event at AdventHealth Center Ice from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET.

USA Hockey, in partnership with HockeyTV, will provide live streaming coverage of all games, including the Adult Sled Hockey National Championship.

For a complete schedule of the 2019 Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival, click here.

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