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Disabled Athlete Sports Association

Disabled Athlete Sports Association

About the Game

Sled Hockey (aka Sledge Hockey) is fast-paced, highly physical and played by male and female athletes with a physical impairment in the lower part of the body. The sport is governed by the IPC with coordination by the IPC Ice Hockey Technical Committee. The game follows the rules of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) with modifications. Instead of skates, players use double-blade sledges that allow the puck to pass beneath. Players use two sticks, which have a spike-end for pushing and a blade-end for shooting. For more detailed information, visit



DASA Blues Adult Sled Hockey Team


DASA Blues Adult B Sled Hockey Team


DASA Blues Jr. Sled Hockey Team


DASA Blues Development Sled Hockey Team


what is needed to play

Necessary Equipment: 

Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Elbow Pads, Gloves, Jersey, Shin Pads (Hockey Socks), Hockey Boots (blades removed from skates), Sled, Hockey bag for equipment, Sled Hockey Sticks.

All new players will be able to rent/use the above equipment for their first season.  The following years we ask that players start to acquire their own equipment.


Team USA

Congratulations to DASA Blues Players named to the 2019-2020 U.S. National Team!! GO USA!!

Steve Cash - Goalie
Josh Pauls - Defense

Congratulations to DASA Blues Player named to the 2019-2020 U.S. Women's National Team!!

Katie Ladlie - Forward


The DASA Blues practice on Sundays from 10:00-12:00 at the Wentzville Ice Arena in Wentzville (map).



Disabled Athlete Sports Association
1236 Jungermann Rd., Suite A
St. Peters, Missouri 63376

Phone: 636-477-0716
Email: [email protected]

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