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Standing/Amputee Hockey

The Anaheim Ducks Organization is looking to provide opportunity and support to the Standing/Amputee Hockey community. Standing/Amputee Hockey is played upright and follows typical ice hockey rules. Standing/Amputee Hockey has allowed a growing number of athletes with congenital or acquired amputations or other physical impairments to enjoy the great sport of hockey. Players use prostheses to control a hockey stick or to skate, and these skills can be improved as with any other hockey skill. Combining players with various types of disabilities creates a unique team experience in this fast-paced exciting sport.

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The Anaheim Ducks and The Rinks are dedicated to growing the sport of Standing/Amputee (Deaf Hard of Hearing) Hockey and supporting the NHL's Hockey is For Everyone initiative. If you have any questions about the Anaheim Ducks Disabled Hockey Programs, please contact Tanner Privia at tprivia@therinks.com.