SAVE THE DATE! Ice-Dog-A-Thon is September 10 from 1-3pm!
Ice Dog Practice Times: Saturdays - A Team at 8:00 a.m. and B/C Teams at 9:00 a.m.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: November 16 is American Special Hockey Day
Ice Dogs vs. Coast Guard
Protecting Goal
Ethan Davidson
Ice Dogs B/C Teams
Ice Dogs A Team
B Team Bench
B Team
B Team
B Team on Whitey's Pond

The Washington Ice Dogs were founded in 1999 to give children and young adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to play ice hockey.  With the encouragement and support of our friends at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel, MD, we skate every Saturday morning from September through March.  Volunteer coaches and high school mentors challenge the players to improve their hockey skills, increase self-reliance and experience the joy of playing as a team. The challenges our players face in school and as they enter the work world are great.  After  years of this program we know that as our players mature in self-esteem and confidence on the ice, their endeavors at home, in school and at work also benefit.


New Season Begins Saturday!

Welcome Back Ice Dogs!  Practice begins this Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 8 am for returning A team players and 9 am for all other players.   Coaches ask that you arrive early enough to have gear on and be ready to take the ice promptly at 8 am and 9 am.  

Thank You to Our Ice-Dog-a-Thon Donors!

The Washington Ice Dogs would like to thank the following organizations for their support and donations to the 3rd annual Ice-Dog-A-Thon.

Join Us for the Ice Dog-a-thon!


Our Ice Dog-a-thon is Sunday, September 10 from 1-3 pm at the Gardens Ice House.  Admission is $10 for rental skates, 2 hours of ice time, free activities  including face painting, a selfie booth, and a "hockey sauce" game.   There will be food and Kona Ice for purchase and a 50/50 corn hole tournament.    There will be a silent auction and paper bag raffle including...

Ice Dogs Communications Director, Stacie Manger, is an emerging leader!

Stacie Manger, the Ice Dogs communications director, was recently featured in PIN Points, a trade journal for the Public Affairs Council.  Stacie gave a shout out to the Washington Ice Dogs.  We are grateful that Stacie shares her time and talent with us and are proud to have an emerging leader on the Ice Dogs' bench.  Read her interview below.

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