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CALLING ALL WOLVES - 2019 Tri-City Championship
Submitted By WMHA on Tuesday, November 26, 2019
The Minor Bantam AAA Waterloo WOLVES will take on the Kitchener Jr Rangers in the 2019 Tri-City Championship Final on Saturday, November 30th at 6:00pm at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium.

WMHA is calling on all members of the WolfPack to FILL the stands and get LOUD to support our boys!!

Admission is FREE with a donation of a non-perishable food item to the Food Bank of Waterloo Region. 

A BIG venue for a BIG game, and the stakes couldn't be higher, with the winner earning the right to represent the Tri-Cities in a once-in-a-lifetime cultural exchange to Japan all expenses paid Toyota Motor Hokkaido (TMH) and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. (TMMC) where they will take on the Tomakomai Allstars as part of the 21st Annual Toyota Hockey Challenge during March Break 2020!  

The WOLVES are the reigning champions, having won the past three (3) Tri-City Championships with victories over the Kitchener Jr. Rangers in 2013 and 2015 and the Cambridge Hawks in 2017.  Over 1,500 fans were in attendance for the 2017 event, which saw Waterloo take the title and earn the right to become the twelfth (12th) team from the Tri-Cities to travel to Japan since 1998 and the fourth (4th) Waterloo WOLVES team to win the trip since that time (Cambridge has won the Tri-City Championship 5 times and Kitchener has won 2 times), with Waterloo’s first win coming in 2004.

This is a one of a kind experience you won't want to miss.  Attendees will have the chance to walk away with a FREE hockey registration with WMHA for the 2019-20 season and tons of other great prizes!   

Go WOLVES Go!
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