The USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, for those wounded in defense of the United States.
The Program’s mission is to organize and administer an ice hockey program that provides a recreational, therapeutic experience and education.
The program educates, trains, motivates, and encourages the formation of “USA Warrior Hockey Programs” locally and nationally while encouraging individuals who have physical disabilities incurred during service to the United States to participate in the sport of ice hockey in an environment that is adapted to the level of their ability.
The USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program, Inc. is staffed by volunteers, on-ice and off-ice mentors and directors who do not receive any compensation, stipend or other remuneration for their time.
On 5-6 March in Exeter, New Hampshire, playing its best hockey ever, the USA Warriors sled team ended the regular season with a near-perfect 17-0-1 record winning the Northeast Sled Hockey League title for the second season in a row. The team also won the NESHL weekend trophy going 4-0-0 during the weekend including defeating three very tough teams: USA Warriors 3 Pittsburgh 2; USA Warriors 6 New Hampshire 3; and USA Warriors 5 and Philadelphia 1. None Tougher!
On November 14-15 at the Rockville Ice Arena, the USA Warriors Sled Team hosted the Northeast Sled Hockey League games for the first time. The USA Warriors went 4-0-0 during the weekend and captured the DAV-Fisher House Trophy for the best team play during the weekend. In the process, the team raised its league record to 10-0-0, maintaining their lead in the standings. The toughest game was against perennial powerhouse, the Northeast Passage team which is affiliated with the University of New Hampshire. The game was extremely intense with both USA Warriors goals coming off of passes from Josh Misiewicz to Ralph Dequebec who rushed the net from his defenseman position. Once again, the sled team did not give up a goal during the weekend of play. Ben Harrow was in net for the USA Warriors.The USA Warriors won all four of their league games against;
NY Rangers 5 to 0
the Northeast (NH) Passage 2 to 0
the Connecticut Wolfpack 5 to 0
Bennett Blazers 5 to 0
Keep it coming sled team!
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