The Wolves’ schedule at the Toronto Titans International Prospects Tournament is as follows:
Thursday, Sept 21 – Waterloo Wolves 8 Clarington Toros 2
Friday, Sept 22 – Toronto Nationals 6 Waterloo Wolves 5
Friday, Sept 22 – Quinte Red Devils 3 Waterloo Wolves 3
Saturday, September 23 – 2:55pm – Waterloo Wolves at North York Rangers (Scotia 2)
Semi-finals and finals TBA.
Click here to view our Division at the Titans’ Tournment.
Full tournament details will be posted on the official website.
The Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA team for 2017-2018 has been announced.
2 – Tate Hilliard “A”
4 – David Mabey
7 – Brendan Bauer
10 – Jake Code “C”
13 – Evan Kula “A” (pictured here)
16 – Samson Walsom
19 – Derek Jensen
22 – Aden Morton-Ferguson
33 – Riley McCabe
39 – Liam Burke
44 – Jonah White
55 – Jack Graffi
57 – Jacob Bloomfield
61 – Cy Martin
66 – Carson Gebauer
77 – Josh Martin
88 – Brendan Koops “A”
91 – Tyson Hillier
94 – Michael Anselmini
Congratulations! We know this will be another unforgettable year of Wolves hockey.
Are you into social media? So are we!
Instagram (NEW for 2017-2018!)
And don’t forget Wolf Talk, the Wolves’ newsletter. Wolf Talk is available online during the hockey season and is distributed at home games. If you would like to be added to the email list, contact Sandi Henning at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alliance Hockey AAA Face Offs (for minor bantam through midget teams) will officially kickstart the 2017-18 AAA hockey season.
Along with the on-ice games, all teams will participate in off-ice player seminars featuring special guests.
All Face Off games are considered regular season games and results count towards regular season standings.
The Waterloo Wolves are proud to be the host for the Major Midget AAA games from September 29, 2017 to October 1, 2017.
Each fall, the Piller’s Waterloo Wolves’ Alumni Team (plus one or two guest pro hockey players) takes part in the fundraiser, Hockey Helps the Homeless.
On October 27th, Wolves alumni and others will play with the pros while helping raise money to aid the homeless in our community.
A few quick stats:
- 225 players and 32 pros take part in Hockey Helps the Homeless KW
- 119 volunteers
- Over 2100 donors come together for this very worthwhile cause
- Since 2014, almost 5000 shelter bed nights have been provided thanks to Hockey Helps the Homeless
Interested in being a part of our Waterloo Wolves alumni team? Contact Rob Way at email@example.com
Get involved today as a player, volunteer, sponsor or donor and be a game changer.
Business owners! Interested in becoming a pennant sponsor? Click here for details.
This game matters.
The Waterloo Wolves have a new head coach for 2017-2018.
Jim MacEachern, associate coach with the Wolves in 2015-16, has extensive experience in Junior Hockey as a head coach, assistant coach and general manager. A former player, MacEachern also used to be an on-ice official.
Click here to view Coach MacEachern’s biography. Welcome back to the Wolves, Jim!
The Waterloo Wolves extend their congratulations to all alumni as they progress from our major midget program to higher levels of hockey.
Over the years it has been very exciting to see our players move on the compete in all levels of Junior hockey, college/university play, European league and NHL.
As of the end of the 2015-16 seasons, 14 seasons in all, we have seen:
- 3 of our players make it to the NHL
- 17 players graduate to Junior A
- Over 70 players graduate to Junior B
- Over 30 players graduate to Junior C
We have many alumni playing hockey at universities and colleges in Canada and the US, as well as players in Europe. We even have an alum officiating in the NHL and another in the AHL!
We are very proud of all of these young men’s accomplishments. Once a Wolf, always a Wolf.