Sledge Hockey Experience FAQ
How much does the Sledge Hockey Experience cost?
The Sledge Hockey Experience costs $11,500.
How many people can participate?
We can accommodate up to a maximum of 20 participants.
How long is the experience?
Our events typically run from 12pm – 5pm. Time varies slightly depending on ice availability.
Where is the event held?
We run all Sledge Hockey Experience events out of the Mastercard Centre for Hockey Excellence located at 400 Kipling Ave., Etobicoke, ON M8V 3L1. (Click here for a map)
Will all equipment be provided?
Yes. Everything you need is provided including sleds, sticks, helmets, elbow pads, gloves, and jerseys.
Can people bring their own equipment (e.g. helmet, gloves and elbow pads)?
Participants are welcome to bring their own equipment if they like, however to avoid missing or misplaced equipment we recommend using the Sledge Hockey Experience gear provided.
What is included in the package?
- Arena booking
- Community room rental
- All sleds, sticks, and all hockey equipment provided (helmets, elbow pads, gloves, jerseys)
- Take home memorabilia
- Sledge Hockey Experience Jerseys
- Hockey Pucks
- Copy of Still Standing: When You Have Every Reason To Give Up, Keep Going
- Hero Workshop Playbook
- Event Structure
- Workshop Pre Game
- Paralympic Games Pre Ice
- 90 Minutes On Ice
- Post Game Recap
- Tim Hortons (Pre game)
- Athlete's Dinner (Post game)
- Client specific highlight video of the event. Discovery call to be held before the event for storyline.
- 50 High res photos delivered after the event
What should I wear?
Pants - Jeans are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. PLEASE DO NOT wear shorts, lululemon pants, or “parachute pants”. They are too thin, do not offer enough protection, and rip easily.
Shoes - Running shoes will do the trick! Boots are ok as well. We do not recommend dress shoes.
Shirt – A long sleeve t shirt works best as you will get warm on the ice. This fits nicely under your elbow pads and is not too bulky. Depending on your comfort level, feel free to bring additional clothing like a sweater or a hoodie.
Should participants bring a change of clothes for post event?
Yes, this is a good idea as most people will be sweaty when getting off the ice.
Will there be rooms available for males and females to change and shower?
Yes, men and women have their own designated changerooms.
Do you accept late arrivals to the arena? What is the latest someone can show up and still get on the ice?
If a participant is running late we can choose to begin the event and still include them as soon as they arrive.
Do you provide experiences for groups other than corporate clients?
At the moment we are only facilitating corporate team building events with plans to do smaller groups in the future. If you would like to learn more about the program and if it fits within your budget, please click here.