The Wolves schedule at the 48th annual Waterloo Gold Puck (Dec 7 to 9) is as follows:
Friday, December 7 – Game 1 – 2:00pm – North Bay Trappers at Waterloo Wolves (Pillers)
Friday, December 7 – Game 2 – 8:00pm – Waterloo Wolves at Amherst Knights (Pillers)
Saturday, December 8 – Game 3 – 2:00pm – Soo Thunderbirds at Waterloo Wolves (Pillers)
Saturday, December 8 – Game 4 – 8:00pm – Waterloo Wolves at Timmins Majors (Pillers)
Sunday, December 9 – Semi-Finals – 11:00am and 11:30am
Sunday, December 10 – Finals – 4:30pm
For full details, tournament schedule and results, visit the official website.
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The Wolves will be heading east for their 2nd visit to The Monctonian AAA Challenge in New Brunswick. All of the Wolves’ round robin games will be played at the Superior Propane Centre.
Thursday, November 15 – South Shore Mustangs 1 at Waterloo Wolves 6
Friday, November 16 – Waterloo 9 Moncton Thunderbirds 0
Saturday, November 17 – Waterloo 1 RNS Riverhawks 1
Saturday, November 17 – Dartmouth Steele 4 Waterloo Wolves 3
To learn more, visit the Monctonian AAA Challenge website.
On October 26th, the 5th annual Hockey Helps the Homeless—KW fundraiser was held at RIM Park. Sixteen teams, each led by a former NHL-er, played multiple games throughout the day. Waterloo Wolves’ trainer Greg Henning provided his services for the day, making sure players were healthy & safe.
The one day event raised an amazing $225,000 ($15,000 more than last year!). The Piller’s Waterloo Wolves Alumni Team came 2nd in the Team Challenge, raising $13,905. The $225,000 will be shared between five local charities who support the homeless in our community.
Next year the event is looking to break the $1,000,000 given to local charities in just six years of Hockey Helps The Homeless—KW. Congratulations to the organizers, participants, sponsors, donors and volunteers. What an incredible achievement.
At our Monday, October 29th game vs cross-town rivals the Kitchener Jr. Rangers, our Chuck-a-Puck proceeds will be donated to Kate’s Kause.
In the past, Kate’s Kause has successfully fundraised to build an accessible playground and splash pad. Their next goal is to build an accessible washroom / change room for the splash pad.
Join us Oct 29th for great hockey and a great cause. Take part in the chuck-a-puck, special raffles and a “kids korner”. Puck drops at Piller’s Haus at RIM Park at 7:30pm
Learn more at KatesKause.com
October 22, 2018 – The Waterloo Wolves Midget AAA Team would like to thank everyone who came out tonight to see the 2017-2018 Alliance Championship Banner raised in Pillers’ Ice Haus at RIM Park.
The Wolves had an amazing season last year with 62 wins, the most in the province, a silver medal at the Ottawa Senators Tournament, gold at the Gold Puck, an Alliance Championship and a bronze in the Telus Cup Regionals.
Congratulations boys on your achievements and remember, once a wolf, always a wolf.
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.
By end of 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.