Wolves Win GOLD in Peterborough

Pickering/Ajax vs Waterloo Wolves

The Wolves headed to Peterborough (and area) on January 19th for their first appearance in the Peterborough Pete’s AAA Steve Richey U16 and U18 Tournament of Champions.

Thirty-three U18 AAA teams took part. Waterloo played seven solid games against very competitive teams. In a repeat of the Gold Puck Tournament in December 2022, it was a Waterloo-Ajax final, with the Wolves once again taking the gold. Our own Colby Booth-Housego was awarded Tournament MVP. Way to go boys and congratulations, Colby! We’re so proud of all of you!

Thank you to the organizers and volunteers at the Steve Richey Tournament of Champions for a great event.

  • Thursday, January 19 – Waterloo Wolves 8  Whitby Wildcats 1
  • Friday, January 20 – CIHA Voyageurs 0  Waterloo Wolves 1
  • Friday, January 20 – North Bay Trappers 2  Waterloo Wolves  2
  • Saturday, January 21 – Waterloo Wolves 7  Reps Hockey Club  1
  • Saturday, January 21 – Quarter Finals – Elgin Middlesex Canucks 0  Waterloo Wolves  1
  • Sunday, January 22 – Semi Finals – Waterloo Wolves  4   Oshawa Generals  3
  • Sunday, January 22 – Championship – Waterloo Wolves 4   Ajax Pickering Raiders  2


To visit the official tournament website, click here.

Alliance All-Star Game is January 8th

Picture1December 19, 2022 – ALLIANCE Hockey has announced their AAA All-Star selections for the U15, U16 and U18 All-Star games. The U18 game will be played on Sunday, January 8th at the Komoka Recreation & Wellness Centre at 4:00pm.

All rosters feature two goaltenders, six defencemen and twelve forwards selected from the respective leagues by a panel of scouts. Congratulations to our own Colby Booth-Housego (Team White), Joey Brehmer (Team Navy), Jaxson Broda (Team White), Colton Henderson (Team White), Drake Neal (Team Navy) and Evan Passmore (Team Navy) on your selection to the AAA All-Star Teams.

Each All-Star team will be accompanied by current team Bench Staffs who were selected based upon League standings as of a specific point in the season. Our own Wolves’ staff will be behind the bench for Team White.

There are no gate fees and all are welcome to cheer on the teams.

Click here to view the complete rosters. To learn more about the All-Star teams and games, visit the Alliance Hockey website.

wolves new years dec 31 2022The Wolves are enjoying a bit of well-deserved time off over the holidays. Their next game is at home on Monday, January 2nd vs Huron-Perth Lakers. Puck drops at 7:30pm.

Thank you for your support and all the best to you and yours in the new year!

Merry Christmas!

merry xmas wolves insta post 2022 The Waterloo Wolves players, coaching staff and Operating Committee wish you and yours a happy and healthy Christmas.

Thank you for your endless enthusiasm and support. We couldn’t do it without you! Happy holidays!

Gold Puck AAA Tournament Champions!


The Waterloo Wolves are the Champions of the U18 AAA Division of the 2022 Waterloo Gold Puck Tournament. This is the fifth time the Wolves have taken the Gold Puck title. The Wolves scored first in the finals with the Ajax Raiders tying the game with just 4 minutes to go in regulation. In overtime it was #7 Joey Brehmer getting that crucial goal for Waterloo and a 2-1 final (OT).

Congratulations to the Raiders for an excellent tournament and championship game. And thank you to the WMHA and all of the volunteers who organized and ran the Gold Puck Tournament.

To view the complete U18 AAA division’s schedule, click here.

Waterloo’s schedule/record:

Friday, December 9 – 8:00am – Brockville Braves  0  Waterloo Wolves  7

Friday, December 9 – 3:00pm – Waterloo Wolves 2  Smith Falls Bears  1

Saturday, December 10 – 9:45am – Timmins Majors 1  Waterloo Wolves  2

Saturday, December 10 – 4:45pm – Waterloo Wolves  1  Guelph Gryphons  0

Sunday, November 6 – Semi Finals – 9:00am – Guelph Gryphons 3  Waterloo Wolves  4

Sunday, November 6 – Finals – 2:30pm – Ajax Raiders 1  Waterloo Wolves  2 (OT)

To learn more, visit the official tournament website.

Silver for Waterloo at the Big Nickel


The Wolves travelled north to Sudbury to play in the 42nd Annual Big Nickel Major AAA Hockey Tournament from November 3rd to 6th. The Wolves had a perfect record in the tournament only to lose to the Mississauga Sens in a shoot out in the tournament finals.

Waterloo’s schedule/record:

Thursday, November 3 – 9:30pm – New Liskeard Cubs  2  Waterloo Wolves  4

Friday, November 4 – 1:15pm – Waterloo Wolves  4  Central Ontario Wolves  2

Friday, November 4 – 9:15pm – Waterloo Wolves  5  CIH Academy Prep  1

Saturday, November 5 – 12:45pm – North Bay Trappers 5   Waterloo Wolves  6

Saturday, November 5 – Quarter Finals – Sudbury Nickel Capitals  2  Waterloo Wolves  4

Sunday, November 6 – Semi Finals – Central Ontario Wolves  1   Waterloo Wolves  5

Sunday, November 6 – Finals – Mississauga Sens  3  Waterloo Wolves  2 (SO)

To visit the tournament’s official website, click here.

Congratulations to HHTH WR!

photoEach fall, the incredible fundraiser, Hockey Helps the Homeless, takes place at RIM Park in Waterloo. Community members (including Wolves alumni) play in a fun, one-day hockey tournament with exNHLers and Olympians and help to raise money to aid the homeless in the Region of Waterloo. The funds are distributed through the following partnering charities:

  • Cambridge Shelter
  • YW Kitchener-Waterloo
  • oneROOF Youth Services
  • Lutherwood
  • House of Friendship

On Friday, October 28th, the 9th annual HHTH Waterloo Region Tournament wrapped up, with organizers announcing that $285,000 had been raised! The top individual fundraisers were Wolves alumni Colin and Corey Way (pictured below with our own Willy Huber), who were part of Team Piller’s, who were also the top team this year, raising $34,220!! This year’s funds boost the 9-year grand total raised to an incredible $1.9 million!!

Hockey Helps the Homeless Waterloo Region would like to thank all of those who played such an important part in this year’s event…players, sponsors, donors, and volunteers.

Boys pic with Willie

Ottawa Senators U18 AAA Showcase Tournament


The Wolves are heading east to once again play in the 17th annual Ottawa Senators U18 AAA Showcase Tournament. The Wolves are in Group B. The tournament will run from October 13 to 16th.

Click here to view the complete schedule for the tournament and learn how the quarter, semi and championships play down. 

To visit the official tournament website, click here.

The Wolves’ schedule:

  • Friday, October 14 – 10:00am – Waterloo Wolves 1  Quinte Red Devils  1
  • Friday, October 14 – 4:00pm – Carleton Place Canadians 0   Waterloo Wolves  3
  • Saturday, October 15 – 8:15am – OHA White 0  Waterloo Wolves  6
  • Saturday, October 15 – 12:45pm – Waterloo Wolves 2  Oakville Rangers 3

Go Wolves Go!

2022-2023 Roster


Congratulations to the following players, our 2022-2023 Waterloo Wolves U18 AAA Hockey Team!


#1 – Colby Booth-Housego

#33 – Aiden Scheerer


#7 – Joey Brehmer

#9 – Colton Henderson

#10 – Isaac Lorentz “C”

#13 – Thomas Chan

#16 – Fraser Clark

#19 – Jack Martin “A”

#55 – Kaelan McDougald

#61 – Jake Skuta

#68 – Stuart Sinclair

#77 – Drake Neal

#94 – Isaiah Shantz


#2 – Jaxon Broda

#22 – Kaeden Burger “A”

#39 – Nolan Macey

#44 – Keaton Bartlett

#66 – Carter Merritt

#88 – Evan Passmore

Our Success Stories

ss_20221023_204751685_20809511259The 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 higher levels of hockey. U18 AAA alumni have graduated to:

  • NHL
  • AHL
  • European League
  • And more Junior hockey players than we can ever list!!

We have many alumni also playing hockey at universities and colleges in Canada and the US, as well as officiating in the NHL and the AHL. We are very proud of all of these young men’s accomplishments. And, as Willy says, Once a Wolf, always a Wolf!

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