MB vs BCA5
MB vs BCA6
MB vs BCA7
MB vs BCA8
MB vs BCA2
MB vs BCA3
MB vs BCA4
MB vs BCA 1
MB vs BCA 2
MB vs FF 8
MB vs FF 7
MB vs FF 6
MB vs FF 5
MB vs FF 4
MB vs FF 3
MB vs FF 2
MB vs FF 1
MB vs BS8
MB vs BS7
MB vs BS6

With their first practice on November 14, 2010,  Mercer Special Hockey had 13 Players, 7 Coaches and 4 Junior Coaches. Since that first season, the program has grown to over 40 Players, 10 Coaches and more than 30 Junior Coaches. Founded by a group of parents and volunteers, the Mercer Special Hockey program works to provide opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities to participate in the sport of ice hockey in a specially-adapted learning environment. Mercer Special Hockey is comprised of over 40 developmentally disabled players (ages 5 and up) across a wide range of abilities, from advanced to learn-to-skate, who participate in a brand of the sport known as "Special Hockey."

Bulldogs Practice

Bulldogs Practice

Mercer County Rink

January 21, 2018 - 8:15 a.m. Away game vs. Brick Stars

Ocean Ice Palace

 

About Mercer Special Hockey

The Mercer Bulldogs Special Hockey Team is now over 40 players strong and still growing. The team consists of both boys and girls with a common goal to play hockey. Special needs children of all ability levels are welcome to participate.  During each week’s practice, the rink is divided into three areas to accommodate for beginner, intermediate and advanced skill levels. All registered players can participate in weekly practices, home and away games as well as several special events throughout the season.

 

Mercer Bulldogs Release New Video

Mercer Special Hockey has released a new video on YouTube. The new video highlights some of the weekly practices, ASHA games and special events that make the season so special. Throughout the video, Chris Benbow discusses the inspiration for the program, the support of the community and the joy it brings to the kids. The new video is a great way to share with the community what Mercer Special Hockey is all about and how it helps special needs children in the Mercer County area.

 

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