The time is almost here! Get your suits ready!

Since the first week of September, eight mighty teams from the greatest beer league this side of the Hudson Bay have been battling it out for one night. That night is March 23rd at the King Street Ice Palace where they King Street Cup will be awarded. There will be hockey games, Centre Ice Shot, the kids shootout, and a Raffle Table and 50/50 to support kids to go to YMCA Day Camp here in Niagara! Be there at 5pm to see all the magic unfold like a pair Wizard Pajamas!

Concessions and the Bar Upstairs will be open!

Players remember to wear your suits for the hockey event of the year.

WNHL Playoffs Set to Start January 24th

With only five weeks in the WNHL Regular Season the eyes start to narrow on the standings for the WNHL Playoffs. This year there will be 8 weeks of playoffs where every team will play each other once and then last night of playoffs will be based on the regular season standings 1st vs 8th, 2nd vs 7th, 3rd vs 6th, 4th vs 5th. The WNHL Commissioners Cup (First overall in the regular season) will get first choice at rink location and time and a 30 pack of Busch Light.

We will be off on March 13th to ensure March Break does not impact the playoffs. The WNHL Championship will be on March 23rd at 5pm at the Welland Arena.

Tiebreakers for regular season will be dictated by the website standings.

Tiebreakers for the playoffs will be Points, Wins, Playoff Head to Head, Goal Differential

Should be a great build up to the King Street Cup on March 23rd.

WNHL Christmas Classic 2023 – Everyone WINS!

The WNHL Christmas Classic Hockey Tournament, we are very confident there is no other hockey tournament in North America like it. Where else can a group of 56 finely “tuned” athletes run themselves through 3-4 games in a 7 hour marathon while consuming hot dogs and pizza! And that’s not all! This year we were able to bring over 3100 pounds of non-perishable food items and $500 dollars for Open Arms Mission in Welland. Everyone wins with this tournament and we want to thank the Open Arms Mission’s Volunteers, Baz for refing all 7 games and the Rex Hotel for being our post tournament hosts.