Sled Hockey Scores with Soldiers

Wilson, Elaine
February 2008
Soldiers;Feb2008, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p22
The article features the San Antonio Rampage sled hockey team created to accommodate injured soldiers of the U.S. Army. The team's coach is Lonnie Hannah, a member of the U.S. sled hockey team that won the gold medal in 2002 Paralympic Games. Hannah says that the sport is therapeutic, both mentally and physically. The team was adopted by the local professional ice hockey team, the San Antonio Rampage.


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