Sleds Are Coming GLASA Falcons Sled Hockey Exhibition Game

Categories: Disabilities,Health & Wellness

About this Opportunity

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Sleds Are Coming GLASA Falcons Sled Hockey Exhibition Game.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Sleds Are Coming GLASA Falcons Sled Hockey Exhibition Game at Lake Forest College!

Just as in ice hockey, sled hockey is played with six players (including a goalie) at a time. Sled hockey follows most of the typical ice hockey rules with the exception some of the equipment. Players propel themselves on their sledge (specially designed sleds that sit on top of two hockey skate blades) by use of spikes on the ends of two three-foot-long sticks, enabling a player to push himself as well as shoot and pass ambidextrously. Rinks and goals are regulation Olympic-size, and games consist of three 15-minute stop-time periods.

Location: Lake Forest College Sports and Recreation Center (S Campus, Lake Forest, IL 60045)

The game wil be held February 5th, 2023, and the game will be from 2-3:30pm

On-Ice Assistant Description:  Volunteers are needed to assist players and coaches with various tasks.  Help push and/or mentor sled hockey players on ice during practice and/or scrimmage play. Accepting volunteers 14 years and older who are VERY PROFICIENT skaters with a hockey background (must have vast hockey knowledge).  On-ice volunteers are required to wear (and bring their own) hockey skates, helmet, gloves and hockey attire (warm ups or jersey, etc. – no jeans, please).

**On-Ice Volunteers MUST be very proficient skaters with a hockey background and have their own skates**

We are currently recruiting volunteers to help in a variety of volunteer positions. Please feel free to sign up for more than one volunteer position (as long as they don’t overlap)! If you have difficulty signing up or have any other questions, please feel free to contact Emily Higgins at or (847) 989-7743.


Type: One-Day Service Event
Good For: Adults,Families,Groups,Internships,People Over 16,People With Disabilities
Categories: Disabilities,Health & Wellness
Days: Sunday
Times: Afternoons,Evenings

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Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA) strives to ‘Let No One Sit on the Sidelines’ and operates under a mission to promote and support the optimal development and well-being of youth, adults and military veterans who have a physical or visual disability through the provision of inclusive recreation, fitness and competitive sports activities. GLASA offers opportunities for empowerment through education, leadership and training in collaboration with community-based organizations.
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