Please support - The Ontario Sledge Hockey Association (OSHA) is the governing body for sledge hockey in Ontario. OSHA represents 20 clubs consisting of over 400 players covering a geographic area from Windsor to Ottawa and from Niagara to North Bay encompassing a variety of communities in between. There are 6 divisions within OSHA. Players can begin playing competitively at 6 years of age and all divisions play a full season of games as well as in tournaments. OSHA’s role is to lead, develop and promote a positive sledge hockey experience in Ontario. Ensuring that individuals of varying physical and cognitive abilities are able to participate in an inclusive team sport is OSHA’s main objective. We value the creation of a safe, positive and socially rewarding hockey experience in the spirit of fair play. The preservation of integrity and the interests of sledge hockey as an amateur sport are key, along with leadership and other initiatives to develop better citizens and create a strong sense of pride in the communities that we represent.