The Canadian Amputee Hockey Committee’s mission is to develop Standing Amputee Ice Hockey in Canada for recreational participation at both the junior and senior levels, and the development of a National Team Program to represent our country at all International Standing Ice Hockey Federation (ISIHF) World Championships.
Each season a series of National Team Selection Camps is held to determine the roster for upcoming events, including World Championships. Canada's best amputee hockey players come from coast-to-coast, to vie for a coveted spot on the National Team roster.
2012 Canadian National Amputee Team
The most recent National Team roster was selected after several training camps. The effort of all the players was outstanding, and the caliber of play was remarkable. The team traveled to Tampere, Finland and successfully clinched our sixth consecutive ISIHF World Championship title.
Check out the 2012 World Championship team's hockey cards.