WMSHA Grand Rapids Patriots
2014 UCT NOVA Cool Cats - 47
2014 UCT Festival - 0797
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2014 UCT East Coast Jumbos - 46
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NJDD Team Pic at Albany Cougars MLK 2014

Created in 2000 for players with develop­mental disa­bilities, the Amer­ican Special Hockey Assoc­iation (ASHA) gives people of all ages and abilities a chance to learn and grow by playing hockey. There are currently over 50 ASHA programs in more than 30 cities through­out the United States. Follow special hockey on Twitter and Facebook.

Long Island Blues Shootout Raises Money for Charities

Southern Oregon Spartans a New ASHA Member Program

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ASHA Introduces Team Access to Protect Youth Sports Background Check Results and Training Results

ASHA, in working with Protect Youth Sports, is introducing team access to the Protect Youth Sports Background Check and Training Results.

Team Managers and Head Coaches wishing to have access to their team's coach and volunteer background check results and training results should contact John Murphy to create an account with Protect Youth Sports.  Team Manager and Head Coaches will be able to view each senior coach's and volunteer's status - whether Pending or Complete - for both the Background Check and the Sexual Awareness Training.  

Hero the Hero Children's Book Published by Supporters of Special Hockey

New York Islander Matt Carkner and his wife Kary have been involved with
Special Hockey for the past 6 years and have helped give Special Hockey teams
in their local communities a chance to meet some of the NHL’s hockey heroes.
This has been a very rewarding experience for Matt and Kary and has opened
their eyes to the need for Special Hockey in the hockey world.