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The 2022 USA Hockey Warrior Classic took place the weekend of October 28-30 in Troy, Michigan, with all games being staged at Buffalo Wild Wings Arena.
The event was hosted by the Motor City Veterans Association, and featured the first-ever all-women's team of military veterans with disabilities taking to the ice.
Every year, the Warrior Classic brings together teams from around the country to participate in a weekend of hockey that is dedicated to U.S. military veterans with disabilities who also play ice hockey. To be eligible, all players must be or have been veterans and members of the Armed Forces and meet a minimum disability rating.
A total of 35 teams participated in this year’s event representing 12 states. The tournament featured a round-robin format for the preliminary round, followed by teams being divided into eight different playoff divisions. Full scores and standings can be found in the table below.
For any questions regarding the Warrior Classic, please contact USA Hockey’s Manager of Disabled Hockey Brandon Beaver at email@example.com.
Click here to learn more about Warrior Hockey and see the full eligibility requirements.