Wolves Alumni Team

photoEach 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 rob.way@hhth.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.

Mini-Camp in August

122_smMark your calendars for the Waterloo Wolves Mini-Camp August 5th and 6th at RIM Park.

Saturday, August 5

10:00am to 11:30am
RIM Park (Lions)

4:00pm to 5:30pm
RIM Park (Lions)

Sunday, August 6

3:00pm to 4:30pm
RIM Park (Lions)

For more information, please contact us.

Main Camp in September


The schedule for the 2017-18 tryouts is:

Tuesday, Sep 05, 2017
9:00pm to 10:30pm
RIM Park (Lions)

Wednesday, Sep 06, 2017
9:00pm to 10:30pm
RIM Park (Lions)

Friday, Sep 08, 2017
8:00pm to 9:30pm
RIM Park (Optimists)

Saturday, Sep 09, 2017
4:00pm to 5:30pm
RIM Park (Optimists)

Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017
8:00pm to 9:30pm
RIM Park (Pillers)

Thursday, Sep 14, 2017
8:30pm to 10:00pm
RIM Park (Pillers)

For more information on the Major Midgets’ tryouts for 2017-2018, contact us.

Lorentz Signs With Hurricane

lorentzWaterloo Wolves alum (2012-2013), Steven Lorentz, has signed a 3-year, entry level contract with the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes.

Lorentz, 21, ranked tied for 2nd among Peterborough Petes skaters with a career-high 29 goals during his fourth Ontario Hockey League (OHL) season in 2016-17.  To learn more, click here.

Congratulations Steve, we’re proud of you!

Good Luck Ashton

SONY DSCWaterloo Wolves 2015-2016 alum Ashton Stockie wrapped up a successful spring camp with the Kitchener Rangers with assists in games on day 2 and 3.

The Rangers’ newly drafted prospects from the 2017 OHL Priority Selection and 2017 U-18 Priority Selection, prospects from previous OHL Priority Selections, as well as free agents were in attendance.

Best of luck, Ashton!


MacEachern New Head Coach

mceachern_jimThe 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!

New OHL Draft Targets Major Midget Players

ohl_logo-svgAs reported in the January 20, 2017 edition of the Waterloo Region Record, the OHL will be launching a new element of the draft in April 2017.
On April 12, 2017, four days after the OHL has their entry level draft for Minor Midget Players they plan to have an Under 18 draft for Major Midget Players. This will consist of a 4-round online draft. All 20 OHL teams will get 4 rounds, 5 if a goaltender is selected. The draft is open to players born in 1999 and 2000.
The press release included the following statement from OHL vice-president, Ted Baker. “We felt it was a way to enhance the midget category to provide an opportunity for players who were otherwise not drafted to say, ‘Hey, there is still an opportunity here.'”
The Kitchener Rangers are mentioned as already scouting the local major midget teams in preparation for the new draft.
To learn more about the Under 18 draft, visit the OHL website.