Author: Kelly Jones

WNHL on Pause…..

Hello WNHL athletes. As the NHL, AHL and OHL were all super jealous of our success and ability to run the best hockey league in Ontario they pressured Doug Ford to shutdown the Province. We will keep you posted when we are back up running or any other updates that come up.

A quiet rink is a true tragedy.

Niagara moving to a Possible Code Red….

Hello WNHL, As some of you might have heard Niagara has a strong chance to head into Red Level (Control) Starting on Monday December 21st 2020. That would mean the pausing of the WNHL Season after this Wednesday. Everyone is paid up for another 5 games of hockey. So worst case if we stay in Red for an extended period (more then 2 months) we would return into a 5 game playoff and WNHL championship with the regular season standings as of December 16th. If the Red Level is only 4 to 6 weeks (in that range) we would make adjustments to the schedule accordingly with adjusted payments. I have been very happy with the roll out of the season and effectiveness of the payment plan system to help us adjust to changes due to COVID-19. Thanks for paying on time and following all protocols in place to make this season a reality. We hope we avoid the Red Level but I wanted to give everyone the heads up if things get Red in Niagara. Thanks Athletes

Under One Roof

For the first time in WNHL History as of December 2nd 2020 the WNHL will be played under one roof at the Pelham Meridian Community Centre for the remainder of the 2020-2021 Season. We would like to thank the Town of Pelham and City of Port Colborne for their flexibility and willingness to help us play during COVID-19 Regulations. It means the world to all the players and family members of the WNHL. We are lookig forward for all 6 teams to be at one facility on any given Wednesday Night this season. Keep your stick on the ice and pucks deep…….