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Austin Blades

The Austin Blades is a Sled Hockey team for kids, teens and adults for physically disabled individuals . We are currently trying to form the Austin Blades Jr. team and add new adults to our current competitive adult team. The age range for the Junior team is 5 years old to 17 years old.  There is no age limit for the adult team.

We provide an on ice skating experience for children and adults with physical disabilities by introducing them to the competitive sport of sled hockey.  Our program allow individuals with physical disabilites to be a part of a competitive sport team just like able bodied individuals.  

MISSION:

To empower physically challenged individuals by providing the opportunity to enjoy the competitive sport of sled hockey.

OUR MOTTO:
Putting our dis-Abilities on the ice!
 



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Amlplify Austin Fundraiser Campaign

The Austin Blades would love to be able to travel up North to participate in some upcoming development camps and tournaments over the summer. Any donation would be greatly appreciated! Click on the link for more information.

 http://amplifyatx.ilivehereigivehere.org/sledhockeyaustinblades


2017 USA DISABLED SLED HOCKEY FESTIVAL NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

The Austin Blades and Star Skaters traveled to San Jose CA. on April 6th - 9th to compete in the USA National Tournament. They came in 3rd place in!


Texas Sled Hockey Team Picture

1st Place Winners at the 2016 Penguins Face-Off Tournament!

Our Austin and Houston team joined forces to compete in the 2016 Penguins Face-Off tournament on Oct. 7-9. We took 1st place with a "Shut-Out" win!!!

12 YEAR OLD COMPETES ON THE ADULT TEAM AT NATIONALS!

Grant Blair traveled with our adult team and competed in the 2017 USA Disabled Sled Hockey National Tournament. Out of 60 plus adult players he tied for 3rd place for individual player stats! He also had a broken leg in 3 places at the time and had a cast up to the top of his thigh.

Penguins Face-Off Tournament