Para hockey is an innovative team sport that incorporates the same rules and discipline structure as stand-up hockey. Para hockey players sit on specially-designed sleds with skate blades under the seat and use two sticks, not only to pass, stick-handle and shoot the puck, but also to propel and maneuver their sleds.
Developed in Canada, players sit on special aluminum sleds with regulation skate blades. Canada is the recognized international leader in the development of the sport of para hockey and equipment for players.
Many countries now seek the coaching advice, organizational planning, equipment and design expertise of our players, coaches and tournament officials.
Para hockey sticks are fibreglass - laminated with angled picks attached to one end.