• And That’s a wrap on the 22/23 SESHL Season
    Tampa Bay wins 22/23 South East Sled Hockey Championship

    Tampa Bay Wins It

    The 2022 / 2023 SESHL Season comes to a close as the Northern and Southern Division teams met face to face in Charleston, SC to end off the regular season games. The Southern Division proved to be strong as they dominated the majority of the gameplay throughout the weekend. Not only did Tampa finish off the season in 1st place with a record of 7-1-1 but also took home the Grand Prize winning the 22/23 SESHL Championship defeating the Space Coast Blast 2-1 in the final matchup.

    Tampa took home the trophy but everyone involved is taking home memories and friendships created throughout the season that will last a lifetime. Big thanks to the Charleston Warriors for hosting a great Championship weekend.

    23/24 in just around the corner… see you then!


    Friday, March 31st will kick off the 2022/2023 SESHL Championship Weekend. The weekend will be hosted by the Charleston Warriors in Charleston, SC. For the first time this season, the Northern and Southern divisions will meet head-to-head. The defending champions Carolina Sled Hockey will be arriving with trophy in hand when they come to Charleston. Does the trophy stay in the Carolinas or will it make its way south to sunny Florida?

    It looks to be an exciting weekend full of competition and camaraderie. The season has been a great one thus far and this Championship Weekend will be the cherry on top!

    The biggest takeaway will be the peer support these athletes receive from one another as they share similar life experiences while playing the sport they love.

  • Northern Division officially kicks off the 2022/2023 SESHL season

    SESHL Northern Division: Charlotte, NC 11/19/2022

    The 2022/2023 South East Sled Hockey League season has officially kicked off with the Northern Division’s first of three regular-season tournaments. Queen City hosted the tournament in Charlotte, NC. The weekend was quite magical as not only did Queen City play their first-ever game, but also won their very first game. And as if it were written in a movie script Team captain Jereme Gilbert (who started Queen City back in 2016) scored the team’s first-ever goal.

    The tournament saw each team in the division face-off against one another with the Charleston Warriors going home with the current lead in the Standings as they won both of their games scoring 7 goals while only allowing 1 goal against over two games.

    Game 1 – Carolina Sled Hockey – 0 Queen City – 2

    Game 2 – Carolina Sled Hockey – 1 Charleston Warriors – 4

    Game 3 – Queen City – 0 Charleston Warriors – 3