Submitted By Jaclyn Morden on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 (86 views)
The Minor Bantam A Blue Wildcats represented the WMHA with class at the International Silver Stick Finals in Newmarket.
The team brought a full team effort and returned to Whitby, as Silver Stick Champions! The team battled hard from start to finish, and defeated the Cobourg Cougars 1-0 in the semi final. In the final, the played the Brantford 99ers 4-3.
All parents and coaches are all vey proud of the boys. CONGRATULATIONS from WMHA!
Submitted By Lisa Crowthers on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 (399 views)
2015-16 Spring tryouts will commence April 13 and run though May 15. The following are expected start and finish dates for each level
AAA April 13 - April 21
AA April 22 - April 30
A May 1 - May 8
AE May 9 - May 15
MD 7 May 8 - May 15
Please keep watch the website for final dates and time. We hope to have all dates posted by mid February
Submitted By Jaclyn Morden on Saturday, January 03, 2015 (190 views)
Another Christmas festival is behind us and
we would like to thank everyone for making this years festival a tremendous success.
Santa, Mrs. Claus and the ELF paid a
special visit to Whitby over the weekend of December 20 and 21, 2014.
Through the weekend close to 450 kids with
their families and friends made their way through Luther Vipond.
A special thank you to Greg’s No Frills (Thickson Rd.) for donating juice,and to the Tim Horton’s of Durham for contributing $150 in donations to our cause. Read More
Submitted By Sandra Perfetti on Saturday, January 03, 2015 (2927 views)
WMHA is now accepting coaching applications for the following teams for the 2015/2016 season :
Submitted By Jaclyn Morden on Friday, January 02, 2015 (410 views)
The Midget AE team participated in their first games in the Czech Republic in the Bensov Touranment just outside of Prague Dec 28 & Dec 29. They won all three games in a round robin Tournament out scoring their opponents thirteen to zero in total. Aggressive forechecking and flawless goaltending were keys to victory. The spirited Whitby fans provided much needed support from the stands as the Wildcats team fought to overcome jet lag, differences in rules and the style of play on the Olympic sized surface.
Way to go Wildcats Congrats !!!!!!!!