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Standing/Amputee

About Standing Amputee Hockey

Standing/Amputee is played upright and follows typical ice hockey rules.  Standing/Amputee Hockey has allowed a growing number of athletes with congenital or acquired amputations or other physical impairments to enjoy the great sport of hockey.  Players use prostheses to control a hockey stick or to skate, and these skills can be improved as with any other hockey skill.

There are many opportunities for Standing/Amputee Hockey players in local areas for recreation/competition all the way to international competition.  Combining players with various types of disabilities creates a unique team experience in this fast-paced exciting sport.

Questions? Contact:

Dave Crandell

Dave Crandell

Standing Amputee Hockey Rep

Phone: (617) 435-5457