Welcome to Sarnia Ice Hawks Sledge Hockey – A team that is like family!

Our Sarnia Ice Hawks Sledge Hockey program is part of the non-contact division of OSHA (Ontario Sledge Hockey Association). Sledge Hockey is played on an ice surface and is played parallel to any ice hockey game while following those same rules of ice hockey with a few minor adjustments. The players sit in a sled with blades on the bottom and move along the ice with two modified sticks (picking the ice).

This sport is both competitive and played for recreation, development, physical fitness, as well as the social aspect. Each individual will grow and learn at their own pace while building both individual and team skills. The Sarnia Ice Hawks practice on Thursdays from 4:15-5:15pm and games and/or practices are on Saturdays from 12:15-1:45pm at Clearwater arena in Sarnia.



Dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals with any/all abilities

SD Lambton – Sports for the Disabled is a non-profit community-oriented organization in Lambton County that provides sports for all ages and differing abilities. The organization has been in existence since 1995 and works closely with our local children’s treatment centre and other organizations that provide assistance for people with special needs. SD Lambton embodies several different sport opportunities and has offered Sledge Hockey, Floor Hockey, Weight Lifting, Yoga, and Boccia Ball in the past. Each of the programs offered are adapted to the needs of every individual. We emphasize fun, fair play, sportsmanship, and opportunities to those that may need modifications.


To create opportunities to those with any/all abilities

SD Lambton is always looking for new athletes for physical fitness, socialization, fun, recreation, competitiveness, or just to try something new! A place to build friendships, foundations and leadership.

The organization is supported with volunteers, athlete/parent involvement, and community partners. Funding comes from registrations, fundraising, community donations, and grant opportunities. Our sports are accessible and enjoyable for ALL!


Inclusion, collaboration, and accommodations

A positive attitude is key for our athletes to succeed both individually and as part of a team. Athletes are encouraged to share their positivity and strengths with their peers thus motivating all to grow and learn at their own pace. Resilience, accountability, self-determination, and equality gives the athlete a place to grow and showcase their talents.

New Sledge Season begins October 2023


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