Early Bird Mini-Series 2019

SONY DSC1st Annual Waterloo Major Midget AAA Early Bird Mini-Series takes place this weekend at RIM Park. Participating teams include Brantford 99ers, Huron-Perth Lakers, Victory Honda and, of course, the Waterloo Wolves. All games will take place on Piller’s Ice Haus.

The Wolves’ schedule is as follows:

Saturday, September 14 – 12:00pm – Victory Honda 1  Waterloo Wolves  6

Saturday, September 14 – 4:00pm – Brantford 99ers 3  Waterloo Wolves  3

Sunday, September 15 – 1:00pm – Huron Perth Lakers 1  Waterloo Wolves 5

Meet the Team

The 2019-2020 roster is as follows:

1 Josh Johnson  
33 Marshall Nicholls
4 Travis Baker
16 Jake McDonald
94 Caleb Cribbin
66 Matt Dimaline
13 Jacob Thompson
91 Jaxson Murray
18 Ryan Elliott
19 Kyle Maloney
10 Mateo Amaral
77 Angelo Duscio
44 Owen Parsons
9 Preston Smith
7 Matt Domm
55 Ryan Cook
68 Jack Clancy
22 Spencer Young
61 Tyler Moore
88 Nicolas Thibodeau

Biographies coming soon. Players, welcome and congratulations. It’s going to be a great season!

Exhibition Games


Friday, September 6 – 8:30pm – EXH GAME : Elgin-Middlesex 2  Waterloo 4

Saturday, September 7 – 4:45pm – EXH GAME : Waterloo 6   Elgin-Middlesex 2

Sunday, September 8 – 4:00pm – EXH GAME : Halton Hurricanes 2  Waterloo 2

Thursday, September 12 – 7:15pm – EXH GAME : Waterloo 3  Halton Hurricanes 3

Early Bird Mini-Series – RIM Park

Saturday, September 14 – 12:00pm – EXH GAME : Victory Honda 1 Waterloo 6

Saturday, September 14 – 4:00pm – EXH GAME : Brantford 99ers vs Waterloo (Piller’s)

Sunday, September 15 – 1:00pm – EXH GAME : Huron-Perth Lakers vs Waterloo (Pillers)


Europe Bound

D44bRMdUIAAwL7_At the annual Major Midget AAA Information Night, the Operating Committee members were very excited to announce that the Wolves will be returning to Europe in December 2019 for their 3rd Friendship Tour! The Wolves will be touring Germany, Austria & the Czech Republic and will play four exhibition games. More details will be posted at a later date.

Prang Named Head Coach


Corey Prang has been announced by the Waterloo Minor Hockey Association as the Head Coach for the Major Midget AAAs in 2019-2020.

In 2018-19, Corey was an Assistant Coach alongside Tom Nickolau (Head Coach) and Rod Archer. Corey has been a minor and junior hockey coach for 10 years. A former player with the Elmira Sugar Kings from 1995-98, Corey was a scoring leader and 2-time Cherrey Cup and Sutherland Cup winner. Corey was drafted by the Sarnia Sting in 1994.

Congratulations, Corey, we’re looking forward to a great season with you!

NEW! Joining Corey as Assistant Coaches will be Brian Burnley and Vince Graham.

And the Award Goes To…

Ti6j42aXThe Alpha Wolf Award is presented annually to the person(s) who makes the greatest contribution to the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget Hockey Program.

We would like to congratulate Deb Purcell, this year’s recipient of the Alpha Wolf Award.

Deb (and husband Blaise) first became involved with the Major Midget program when their son, Ryan, played in goal for the Wolves. When Ryan graduated from the program, Deb stayed on, joining the Midget Operating Committee. She works tirelessly on the team’s travel plans and logistics as well as the players’ guide…and always with a smile.

Thank you for all you do for the Wolves’, Deb. We’re proud and lucky to have you as part of the organization.

Our Success Stories

465216798The 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.

By end of the 2017/18:

  • 3 of our players made it to the NHL
  • Over 40 players graduated to Junior A
  • 95 players graduated to Junior B
  • 40 players graduated 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.