Love my hockey team

This weekend, August 2-August 4, The Philadelphia PowerPlay will be hosting the national motorized wheelchair hockey championships. The championships will be held at Neumann University in Aston, Pennsylvania. The Michigan Mustangs and the Carolina Fury will be participating.

Hockey isn’t just for those who can walk. Powerhockey is a competitive sport among those who use power wheelchairs. All ages are welcome and all ability levels.

Last year, The Philadelphia PowerPlay, participated in the national championship in Ottawa, Canada. This was the first international championship played by the Philadelphia based team. Although winning wasn’t the best, the team coaches won the best coaching staff. Two of the individual players won awards also.

During the season, September-June, Philadelphia PowerPlay plays games twice a month alternating between Norristown and Drexel Hill. The games are enjoyable to watch and even more fun to play. It is an awesome experience for all involved.

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