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Shamrocks Compete In 15th Annual USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival

The Shamrocks Co-ed Sled Hockey Team traveled to Florida this past weekend to compete in the 2019 Toyota-USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival. This is the... Read More »

Murphy Joins Blackhawks Sled Forward at USA Hockey Classic

Chicago defenseman experiences firsthand "talent, speed" athletes need to competeby Tracey Myers/ Staff Writer CHICAGO -- Connor Murphy wasn't content to watch sled hockey. The Chicago... Read More »

Shamrocks Sled Hockey Team Calls Everett Home

By Seth Daniel/Everett Independent Rebecca Mann knew very little about hockey before she had to have her foot amputated a year ago, but now she can't... Read More »


Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey Program

The Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey Program is a totally free program based out of the Allied Memorial Veterans Rink at 65 Elm Street in Everett, Massachusetts. The Boston Shamrocks play in the NorthEast Sled Hockey League (NESHL) and is for both the experienced and novice sled hockey player.

Sledge hockey (known as sled hockey in the United States) is a sport that was designed to allow participants who have a physical disability to play the game of ice hockey. Ice sledge hockey was invented in the early 1960s in Stockholm, Sweden at a rehabilitation centre. It is currently one of the most popular sports in the Paralympics Games.

The Boston Shamrocks hold free sled hockey sessions for those who would like to put their disabilities on ice, grab a sled and a couple of sticks and experience sled hockey for either their first time or their hundredth time. Parents, kids, teenagers and their family members with and without disabilities are also welcome to try out sled hockey for free! Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and USA Hockey have provided the Boston Shamrocks Sled Hockey program with sleds and sticks and Orange Leaf of Lexington has donated helmets, gloves and ice time.

For more information about the Boston Shamrocks free sled hockey program call 781-838-0352 or email