March 12, 2020 – Hockey Canada Ends Season In Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
ALLIANCE Hockey, in consultation with Hockey Canada and the Ontario Hockey Federation, all ALLIANCE Hockey operations will cease as of Friday, March 13, 2020.
ACCORDINGLY, EFFECTIVE MARCH 13, 2020 ALL WATERLOO MINOR HOCKEY OPERATIONS (INCLUDING ALL TEAM GAMES, PRACTICES AND OTHER FUNCTIONS AND EVENTS) ARE CANCELLED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2019-20 SEASON.
The ALLIANCE press release can be found here.
The 2019-2020 Alliance Championships Finals will see Waterloo vs London.
Saturday, March 7—6:30pm—London 3 Waterloo 3
Sunday, March 8—6:00pm—Waterloo 2 London 6
Saturday, March 14—6:30pm—London at Waterloo
Sunday, March 15—6:45pm—Waterloo at London
Saturday, March 21—6:30pm—London at Waterloo
Sunday, March 22—6:45pm—Waterloo at London
Monday, March 23—7:30pm—London at Waterloo
Wednesday, March 25 6:45pm—Waterloo at London
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Saturday, February 22 – 4:00pm – Windsor 1 Waterloo 1
Sunday, February 23 – 12:00pm – Windsor 4 Waterloo 3 (OT)
Friday, February 28 – 8:45pm – Waterloo 2 Windsor 1
Saturday, February 29 – 4:00pm – Waterloo 5 Windsor 4 (OT)
Sunday, March 1 – 12:00pm – Windsor 2 Waterloo 2 (OT)
It was a fantastic, highly competitive series with Windsor. The Wolves will now wait to find out what time they will play in the Alliance Championships…London or Elgin-Middlesex. This is the third consecutive year that the Wolves have made it to the Championships.
Round One of the playoffs will be Waterloo vs Lambton. The schedule is as follows:
Game 1 – Saturday, February 8 – Lambton 1 Waterloo 4
Game 2 – Friday, February 14 – Waterloo 9 Lambton 1
Game 3 – Saturday, February 15 – Lambton 1 Waterloo 4
January 27, 2020 – With tonight’s 2-0 win over London the Wolves set an all time Waterloo Minor Hockey Association (WMHA) U18 points record with 64 pts in 34 games. It was a hard fought, close contest but the boys found a way.
Congratulations Wolves! You have made WMHA history!