The North American Powerhockey Cup is a bi-annual tournament that features and promotes the sport of adaptive power-wheelchair floor hockey also known as Powerhockey. This tournament will determine the 2018 North American Powerhockey Cup champions. On alternating years to the North American Powerhockey Cup, teams from the United States compete for the United States Powerhockey Championship. The host team, Michigan Mustangs, are also two-time North American Silver Medalists and previously hosted the 2015 US Powerhockey Championship.
Powerhockey is a competitive, fast-paced hockey game based on the use of electric powered wheelchairs on a gymnasium floor. Powerhockey has modified ice hockey rules and enables physically disabled people that use an electric wheelchair to play hockey and to be active in a competitive team setting.
The Michigan Mustangs are proud to host the 2018 North American Powerhockey Cup next July 10-13, 2018 at the USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, MI. This elite Powerhockey tournament will feature wheelchair floor hockey teams from around the United States and Canada including the defending champions Minnesota, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Michigan, Toronto Rock, and Toronto Lake Raiders.