COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Champions were crowned across 12 divisions of sled hockey on Sunday (April 16) to conclude the second week of the Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Festival.
A total of 69 teams competed at the Centene Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights, Missouri; and the Maryville University Ice Center in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Week two of the Festival also featured a question and answer session for attendees hosted by Josh Pauls, captain of the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team, which focused on sled-hockey-specific off-ice training.
Results and stats are available here.
|Adult Sled National Championship||Colorado Avalanche||NE Passage Wildcats||5-0|
|Adult Tier I||Mighty Penguins||Space Coast Blast||2-1|
|Adult Tier II||Gaylord Wolfpack||NE Passage Wildcats||4-1|
|Adult Tier III||Nashville Sled Preds||Johnstown Sitting Bulls||9-5|
|Adult Tier IV||Spaulding Boston Shamrocks||Turnstone Flyers||4-3|
|Adult Tier V||Mighty Penguins||Central IL Thunder||4-1|
|Adult Tier VI||NM Blade Runners||Carolina Sled Hockey||8-0|
|Youth Tier I||Indy Steel||ASPO Wildcsts||5-1|
|Youth Tier II||WSF NY Sled Rangers||San Diego Jr. Ducks||5-2|
|Youth Tier III||ASPO Walleye||DC Sled Sharks||4-2|
|Youth Tier IV||Hornet Novice Sled||Colorado Avalanche Youth||2-1|
|Youth Tier V||Siouxland Lightning||NE Passage Wildcats||4-0|