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Wolves Win 4th Cascade "B" League Title :
Wolves win! The Wolves rekindled there championship rivalry with the Bombers. After a year out of the cascade league both teams returned and found themselves once again matched up in the championship game. Full benches on both sides guaranteed this to be a fast game. And it did not disappoint. The Bombers rolled three lines and although the Wolves had some chances, the Bombers seemed to carry the play in the first period. 0-0 after one with some outstanding saves by the Seed. The Wolves picked things up in the second and outscored the Bombers 3-1 in the middle frame. HTL scored a typical garbage goal knocking in a bouncing puck at the crease to open the Wolves scoring. On the power play Mr Big converted a beautiful Cupcake pass for the second Wolves goal. The O’Brien brother teamed up for a short handed goal later in the period. The Bombers scored their goal on a super end to end rush by #17. The third period continued the fast paced game as HTL scored his second of the night knocking in a rebound of a Kelly Traw shot. #17 scored another goal on a blast after the Wolves turned the puck over in their own end. The Wolves held the lead and HTL scored an empty net goal with 23 seconds left to seal the victory. Congratulations to both teams for a clean, fast well played game. Final score, Wolves-5, Bombers-2.

Wolves Cascade line up :
G- Brian “Seed” Smith

D – Gavin “Puddles” Rushevics & Chris “Scooter” Simonds

D – James DeCairo &Matt Mattson

F – Bob “HTL” McMahon with K-E-L-L-Y Traw & Bryan “Cupcake” Whelan

F – John Kennedy with Jack “Mr.Big” Comyn & Paul “The Chameleon” Faung

F – Dale Engebretson with Jamie & Sean O’Brien

IR – Jon “Powder” Haufe & Ryan “Rhyno” Kennedy

The Wolves 15th season:   It's been 15 years of Wolves Hockey, where does the time go. Come celebrate with the Wolves this year on Saturday, June 2nd at the Everett Elks Club. We will have a live band and food. The cost is $25 per person. So, mark your calendar and help us celebrate our 15th years of hockey!

World Cup News :World cup roster is up,we have 15 going to Quebec.

Monday Night And League News:   
E.A.H.L: Wolves Champs for  2006-2007, 2007Spring Summer season schedule up. 

N.P.S.H.L  A-League:    Play off's  Fri 9:00 Kingsgate.

Cascade B -League:  Wolves Champs for 2006-2007 
Monday Night League: I have all info for  Monday Night Hockey on a new page click here or the about Monday& info botton to the right. The winter season  starst jan 8th and goes to April 2nd  cost is $235.Spring season starts April 2nd  CONTACT US

Tournament News:

Wolves Win Third Annual Everett Hockey Challenge: 
Wolves beat a tough field and prevailed with a overtime win to capture the Everett Hockey Challenge Cup held Sept 22-24 at the Everett Events Center.
The Wolves opened Friday night against the Rogue Runners and dominated the competition. Heavy D was solid in net and with help from a solid defensive corps (Ken Johnson, Ryan Fleming, Steve Polyak, Chris Simonds) delivered a stellar shut out performance.  Goal scorers included Glen Engevik, Bob McMahon, Jeff Lalier, Bryan Whelan, John Kennedy, Ryan Fleming, Paul Faung and Joe Ziskovsky.
Saturday morning saw the Wolves face the strong Bellingham team that had defeated them in the championship game last year. The Wolves exacted a measure of revenge with a hard fought 4-3 victory. Engevik & Lalier leading the scoring and strong 2-way hockey from Kelly Traw.
A victory over Fluke Network on Saturday afternoon led to the two teams meeting again in the final as the Wolves ended the round robin undefeated. Fluke edged out Bellingham for the other spot in the title tilt as both teams ended 2-1 but Fluke had a superior goal differential.
In the finals against Fluke Networks the Wolves fought through some penalty troubles. Strong penalty killing by George Natseos, Steve Polyak, Ryan Fleming and even got a short handed goal by Jeff Lalier to tie the game 5-5. Lalier then sealed the deal with the O.T. goal assisted by Engevik and McMahon. This play started with an exceptional defensive poke check by Steve Polyak. Other goals by McMahon & Engevik
A strong showing by the Wolves but a tough challenge ahead if we want to repeat next year

LUMBERJACK CLASSIC Delta, BC November 9th-12th, 2007
Hope Retreads Tourny Hope, BC November 17th-9st, 2007
PACIFIC CUP Victoria, BC January 19th-21st, 2007
Labatt Blue regional championships North Vancouver,BC March 30th-April 1st ,2007

 Hawaiian Classic  30and over Honolulu  HI   INFO April 20rd-22th 2007

Golf Hockey     35 and over Whistler BC May 18-20 2007

  Summer Series I     19 over Whistler BC May 25-27 2007

  CARHA World Cup    35 over Quebec   March 30-April 6th 2008

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Check this out, goalie writes about the physics of hockey. Click here .

Wolves  Win in Vancover:  The wolves finally get back on the winning track with a tourney win at the Labatt Blue regional championships in North Vancouver.MORE



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