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2018 Lady Wolves Tryout Schedules - UPDATED

Midget 1

*Subject to change if Midget AA qualify for the Esso cup.

April 11 7-9pm Cambrian

April 13 6:45-8:15 Countryside 2

April 14 6:30-8:00pm Cambrian

April 15 2:00-3:30pm CS1

Midget 2

April 19 8-10pm Countryside 1

April 23 8:45-10:15 Countryside 2

April 28 7:15-8:45pm Countryside 2

Midget 3

April 30 8:45-10:15pm Countryside 2

May 4 5:15-7:15pm Countryside 2

May 6 6:45-8:15pm Countryside 2

Midget 4

May 11 8:45-9:45pm Countryside 2

Bantam 1

April 16 8-10pm Countryside 2

April 17 8:45-10:15pm Countryside 2

April 18 8:15-9:45pm Countryside 2

Bantam 2

April 24 8:15-10:15pm Countryside 2

April 28 5:15-6:45pm Countryside 2

April 29 7:15-8:15pm Countryside 2

Bantam 3

May 3 7:45-9:45pm Countryside 2

May 6 4:15-5:45pm Countryside 2

May 7 8:45-9:45pm Countryside 2

Peewee 1

April 17 6:45-8:45pn Countryside 2

April 18 6:45-8:15pm Countryside 2

April 19 6:30-8pm Countryside 1

Peewee 2

April 27 7:15-9:15 Countryside 2

April 28 2:30-4pm Cambrian

April 29 5:15-6:45pm Countryside 2

Peewee 3

May 12, 2:15-3:45pm Countryside 2

May 16, 6:15-7:15pm Countryside 2

May 18, 6:15-7:15pm Countryside 2

Atom 1

April 16 6-8pm Countryside 1

April 17 5:15-6:45pm Countryside 2

April 18 5:15-6:45pm Countryside 2

Atom 2

April 27 5:15-7:15pm Countryside 2

April 28 1-2:30pm Cambrian

April 29 4:15-5:15 Countryside 2

Atom 3

May 11, 5:15-6:45pm Countryside 2

May 12, 1:15-2:15pm Countryside 2

May 18, 5:15-6:15pm Countryside 2

Novice skate

* Novice skate is not a tryout. Team will be picked in the fall. Do NOT Register

April 16 5-6pm Countryside 1

April 19 5-6pm Countryside 1

Hockey Canada News

14 December 2018

  • B.C. at the World Juniors – No. 3: Russ Courtnall
    The seventh-overall pick in the NHL Entry Draft the previous summer, Russ Courtnall was in the midst of a season that would see him play 14 games for the Toronto Maple Leafs and 32 with the Victoria Cougars of the WHL before joining Team Canada for the 1984 Olympic Winter Games shortly after the World Juniors ended.
  • Morden and Winkler to host 2019 National Women’s Under-18 Championship
    The very best young women’s players from around the country will converge on Morden and Winkler, Man., next November to compete for gold at the National Women’s Under-18 Championship, marking the first time Manitoba will host the tournament.
  • Dawson Creek selected as host of 2019 World Junior A Challenge
    With Team Canada East and Team Canada West competing for gold at the 2018 World Junior A Challenge this week in Bonnyville, Alta., Hockey Canada has announced the 2019 event is heading back to British Columbia for the fourth time. Dawson Creek has been selected to host the 2019 World Junior A Challenge, set for Dec. 7-15, 2019.