History – US Women's Sled Hockey Team

The USA Women's Sled Hockey Team is a national ice hockey team representing the United States in international competition. Sled hockey is a form of ice hockey that is adapted for athletes with physical disabilities, and is played on sleds with sticks that have picks on the end to allow players to move and handle the puck.

The USA Women's Sled Hockey Team was formed in 2015 and has since competed in several international tournaments, including the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Sled Hockey World Championship and the Para Hockey Cup. In 2017, the team won a gold medal at the IPC Sled Hockey World Championship, and in 2019, they won the bronze medal at the Para Hockey Cup.

In addition to competing in international tournaments, the USA Women's Sled Hockey Team also works to promote and grow the sport of sled hockey in the United States. They are dedicated to promoting the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and determination, and are an inspiration to athletes and fans alike.