Recent Team News
Congratulations to Waterloo U16 alum Steven Lorentz who will make his NHL debut tonight for the Carolina Hurricanes vs. Tampa Bay Lightning. Steve is a true example of staying focused on his goals and being committed to the process. He is a true professional in every sense of the matter and it was a pleasure to coach him as well as have him stay in touch with myself and our program as he is always here and gives back. I wish Steven the best of luck tonight and with all future goals as many success stories will continue to come. A very special moment for him tonight and enjoy every second of it. I know I will be watching and will be excited for you.
CONGRATULATIONS to Logan Stanley who will be making his NHL debut tonight for @nhljets vs the Toronto Maple Leafs. Logan played his minor hockey in Waterloo and is an alumni of the Waterloo u16/Minor Midget program where he helped lead team to Alliance Championship. Logan is a hard working and committed player and person on and off the ice. He always gives back to his community and is constantly striving to be the best he can be. For all the young local players Logan is a great example of how to be a pro in all facets of not just the game on ice but commitment and perseverance off ice as well.. we as a program had the pleasure to coach him for a year in his development and am so proud of him. Continued success and Waterloo and everyone is very proud and happy for you.
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The Waterloo Wolves AAA Minor Midget program is committed to creating a hockey program for youth that is fun, where participants can develop and learn the technique and skills of the game, life skills, and good sportsmanship in a safe environment.
Waterloo Minor Hockey Association was founded in 1949 to provide an organized program for the children of Waterloo. WMHA provides four levels of competitive play. Recreational Hockey (House League & Select), Minor Development, A/AA Seeded and AAA.
Programs are available from Fundamentals (4 & 5 year olds) to Midget (18 years)