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    Nebraska Warriors Mission

    The Nebraska Warriors Hockey Program's mission is to assist disabled veterans of the United States Armed Forces with healing, reintegration, and growth in a social atmosphere while learning and playing the game of ice hockey.  The secondary mission of the Nebraska Warriors is to promote the awareness of the challenges veterans face when they are separated from service.

    The Warriors disciple of USA Hockey brings veterans together in a team atmosphere, recreating the feeling of being in a military unit.  The team has a unified goal of improving hockey skills and assisting veterans from all branches with healing, camaraderie, and a sense of belonging.  Through education and training, the Warriors program has a proven record in helping those with disabilities, both physical and mental.  

    Our program also incorporates additional support programs, such as Role Calls and Musters, in order to bring families together.  



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    Jim Nordman

    President

    Nebraska Warriors Hockey Program Sponsors

    Interested in becoming a sponsor of Nebraska Warriors Hockey Program?  

    Email jim@nebraskawarriors.com to find out more information!

    Sponsored by Bar Down Hockey Shop

    Bar Down Hockey Shop

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    Bar Down is the place in Lincoln for all of your hockey needs!  They have a full-service skate shop, plus provide all of the major brands of hockey gear.

    Bar Down graciously provided our warm-ups, bottles, and pucks.

    Sponsored by VFW Post 4626, Lincoln NE

    VFW Post 4626, Lincoln NE

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    The VFW Post 4626 graciously donated $6,000 towards the Nebraska Warriors Hockey Program!

    Sponsored by Minnesota Warriors

    Minnesota Warriors

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    The Minnesota Warriors awarded us a grant for $5,000 to help start the program.  Without this wonderful gift, our program would not be where it is today!