Send Us to Disabled Hockey Festival
The LA Kings Sled Hockey team is trying to participate in the National Disabled Festival!
The tournament will be held April 10-12 in Buffalo, New York.
For those that may not know, sled hockey is an adaptive sport designed for disabled athletes, enabling anyone to play the greatest sport in the world: ice hockey. The Kings team consists of amputees, cancer and spinal cord injury survivors, veterans, and individuals with conditions such as spina bifida, hydrocephalus, and osteogenesis imperfecta (glass bone disease), among others.
Recently the Kings hosted the Korean National Development team for a month of practice and scrimmages, and have been working especially hard to prepare for the Disabled Festival.
Between airfare, hotel, and participation fees, we have been hard at work to raise funds to attend again this year, and your support can help us to reach our goal. Donations of any amount will be greatly appreciated as you help our athletes continue their tradition of excellence in representing the LA Kings and California hockey!
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