Sledge hockey is an adaptation of ice hockey designed for players who have a physical disability. Invented in the early 1960’s at a rehabilitation centre in Stockholm, Sweden, and played under similar rules to standard ice hockey, players are seated on sleds and use special hockey sticks with metal “teeth” on the tips of their handles to navigate the ice.

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