Wolverines' GM Taylor Harnett spoke with Benny Walchuk about the ins-and-outs of the 2018/2019 draft which took place in Winnipeg, MB over the weekend. Discussing things like pick trading, draft picks [...]
The Wolverines have acquired 6'2" 98 born defenceman Brady Pupp from the Winkler Flyers in exchange for the MJHL rights to Jacob Tibbatts. Pupp played last season with the Flyers and totaled 18 poin [...]
The Waywayseecappo Wolverines have hired Josh Lee as the new associate coach and associate general manager.
" -can't say enough about Josh's coaching ability. He brings a wealth of knowledge to t [...]
Chaplain Barry Buhler has been invited to work with the Waywayseecappo Wolverines. This will be a great addition for the team and will help the players along their way in the MJHL.
"I think we offe [...]
The Waywayseecappo Wolverines would like to thank the great group of billets and volunteers, in addition to all those who chipped in and helped out as it truly shows what a great and proud community w [...]
The Wolverines are extremely excited to announce that they have acquired Veteran Defenceman Nick Doyle from the Portage Terriers in a Trade. Nick has played the past 2 seasons with the Terriers.
The Waywayseecappo Wolverines hosted a very successful spring camp this past Easter Weekend.
A total of 88 players registered comprised of 13 Wolverine list players, 14 prospects and 54 bantam age players that are eligible for the MJHL bantam draft to be held in June.
Guest on ice coach and evaluator, Brandon Nolan, assisted by Mike Heffering did a great job in engaging the players during the on-ice information and testing sessions. Brandon Nolan has an extensive hockey bio and pedigree that added professionalism and credibility to the spring camp. The evaluation games were fast paced and very entertaining for the spectators who came out to watch.
The weekend was organized and coordinated by Wolverines Office Administrator, Jackie Barteaux and along with a tremendous group of volunteers and evaluators, the Wolverines Spring Camp was a very successful first step in the player recruiting process for the 2017/18 MJHL hockey season.