Mini-Camp and Tryouts

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Prospective players, please read this very important information on tryout preparation from our Head Coach, Eric Calder, on your build-up to this year’s tryouts.

Mini Camp Schedule

Saturday, August 6 – 10:00am to 11:30am – RIM Park (Lion’s)

Saturday, August 6 – 4:00pm to 5:30pm – RIM Park (Lion’s)

Sunday, August 7 – 3:00pm to 4:30pm – RIM Park (Lion’s)

Tryouts

Tuesday, September 6 – 9:00pm to 10:30pm – RIM Park (Optimist)

Wednesday, September 7 – 9:00pm to 10:30pm – RIM Park (Piller’s)

Friday, September 9 – 8:00pm to 9:30pm – RIM Park (Optimist)

Saturday, September 10 – 4:00pm to 5:30pm – RIM Park (Optimist)

Tuesday, September 13 – 8:00pm to 9:30pm – RIM Park (Piller’s)

Thursday, September 15 – 8:30pm to 10:00pm – RIM Park (Piller’s)

Meet the Wolves’ New Head Coach

Meet Eric Calder, the 2016-2017 Head Coach for the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA Hockey Team.
eric calder

  • B.A., NCCP HP II, Dip. B. Admin, Can-Fit-Pro PT
  • Certified NCCP High Performance 2 Coach with NCCP Level 3 Theory from Hockey Canada
    • First Aid Trainer 2 Certification
  • Can-Fit-Pro Certified Personal Trainer
  • His coaching experience includes Canadian University, Junior B, Elite Professional and Junior hockey in Europe, and 17 years with Skills Plus Hockey, along with many years of Minor Hockey
  • Involved in elite hockey selection as an OHL scout and with the U17 and U16 evaluation camps
  • 11 years of pro hockey including NHL / AHL and elite pro hockey in Europe
  • Awards and championships include two-time Club European
    Cup Finalist, CIAU All-Canadian, 1981 Memorial Cup Champion, and Canadian MVP of World Junior Championships, 5 Canadian Cross Country Ski Marathons (Gold Level)

Our Success Stories

downloadThe 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.

In just 13 seasons, we have seen:

  • 3 of our players make it to the NHL
  • 15 players graduate to Junior A
  • Over 60 players graduate to Junior B
  • Over 25 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.

 

Congratulations, Paul!

gaudetEach year, the Waterloo Wolves present the Alpha Wolf Award to the person(s) that made the greatest contribution to the Waterloo Wolves Hockey Program.  This year’s recipient is Paul Gaudet.

Paul, a former associate coach with the Wolves, moved away from behind the bench to take on the role of Director of Player Development.

Thank you Paul for all you have done for the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget team and congratulations on this well-deserved award.

Previous Recipients
2003 – Willy & Marnie Huber
2004 – Randy & Karen Harbach
2005 – Hardy & Renate Willms
2006 – Clive Smith & Nicola Parker-Smith
2007 – Dave Schlitt
2008 – Greg Henning & Sandi Hall Henning
2009 – Gary & Karen Spark
2010 – Rob & Michele Way
2011 – Bob Lekun
2012 – Kim Rennie
2013 – Vicki and Darryl Eckert
2014 – Jeff Brick
2015 – Diana Hunter

Wolf Talk: April 2016

cover 001Wolf Talk is the official newsletter of the Waterloo Wolves Major Midget AAA hockey team. This monthly publication (October to April) is available in print at home games, and online.

Read the April 2016 edition.

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 dianahunter@pillers.com

Roger’s TV – Icetime

IMG_20160209_173810_editThe Waterloo Wolves would like to thank Missy Whitelaw and Rogers TV for coming out Feb 9th to film the Wolves for an upcoming segment of Icetime.

Icetime is a weekly program on Rogers TV which takes an in depth look at minor hockey in our Region. Each team is profiled in a 30-minute documentary that discusses the skills the sport provides our youth (leadership, teamwork, healthy living etc), and the mentorship programs it offers.

 

Click here to view a portion of the program, courtesy of Rogers TV.