This change is for Oct 8 only.
Learn more about your Waterloo Wolves…the players, the sponsors, the achievements. Read Wolf Talk.
If you would like to be added to the email list for “Wolf Talk”, please contact Diana Hunter at email@example.com
Thursday Sept 24th – Grey Bruce Highlanders 0 Waterloo Wolves 4
Friday Sept 25th – Waterloo Wolves 3 Halton Hurricanes 3
Friday Sept 25th – Toronto Jr Canadians 4 Waterloo Wolves 1
Saturday Sept 26th – Waterloo Wolves 3 Toronto Marlboros 0
Quarter Finals: Saturday, Sept 26th – Waterloo Wolves 2 Markham Majors 1
Semi Finals: Sunday, September 27th – Waterloo Wolves 0 Richmond Hill 1
For more information, visit the Tournaments’ website.
The Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA alumni are proud to have a team participating in the Hockey Helps the Homeless (HHTHL) fundraiser on October 30 at RIM Park.
HHTHL works with five local homeless support agencies who are driven by the belief that everyone should have a safe, affordable, secure place to live. Together, they work to provide comprehensive support to the homeless of all ages, genders, and backgrounds – women and families, youth, and adults.
In Waterloo Region, an estimated 3,492 individuals are living in emergency shelters and another 2,719 households are on a housing waitlist (2013 Homeless Hub survey). Thousands more need essential support services provided by these agencies in Kitchener-Waterloo.
All funds raised at HHTHL in Waterloo will stay in KW.
The Waterloo Wolves Alumni team has a goal of raising $10,000. Donations of all amounts may be made online today. We thank you for your support and hope to see you on October 30th.
Date: Friday, November 20
Bingemans (Marshall Hall), Kitchener
5:00pm to 12 midnight
Ticket price: $65.00
Table(s) of 8 can be reserved.
Great location, fantastic meal, live music, silent/live auction and casino. You won’t want to miss it!
Tickets for Wolfamania are available through any player’s parents and at all home games. You can also contact Diana Hunter for tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions or would like to donate auction items, big or small, please contact Wolfamania Chair, Vicki Eckert at email@example.com
The Waterloo Wolves extend their congratulations to all alumni as they progress from our major midget organization to higher levels of hockey. Over the years we have been excited and proud to see our players move on the compete in all levels of Junior hockey, college/university play, European league and NHL.
Special congratulations to the latest of our players who are now at the Junior A level and higher.
2012-13 : Steve Lorentz was drafted by the Peterborough Petes and, in 2015, selected in the NHL Draft by the Carolina Hurricanes
2013-14 : Mario Culina and Matt Caruso were signed by the Soo Thunderbirds of the NOJHL
2013-14 : Adam McPhail was signed by the Saginaw Spirit
2014-15 : Tristin Liggett was signed by the Blainville-Boisbriand, Armada in the QMJHL (CHL)
2014-15 : Liam Devine was signed by the Oshawa Generals
Remember, once a Wolf, always a Wolf.
The Waterloo Wolves are excited to announce their return to Kelowna, BC in January 2016 for the 37th annual Kelowna International Major Midget Tournament. This will be the Wolves’ sixth appearance in this tournament.
The Kelowna Tournament runs from January 6 to 10.
In 2014 the Wolves won the silver medal at this elite tournament and aim to go one better in 2016. IThat same year, three Wolves were named to the Tournament’s All-Star Team, as well as Gary Mantz being named the Tournament MVP.
The Wolves also had the honour in 2014 of being presented with the Blair Dietz-Bill Wylie Memorial Trophy. This trophy is awarded to the team displaying the greatest work ethic; maintaining aggressive play within the guidelines of fair play and good sportsmanship.
More information coming soon!