7 Wolves Alumni Selected to GOJHL Top Prospects Games, News (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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7 Wolves Alumni Selected to GOJHL Top Prospects Games
Submitted By WMHA on Friday, December 20, 2019
A total of seven (7) Wolves alumni have been selected to participate in the 2019 GOJHL Top Prospects and Future Stars games taking place at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex on December 28, 2019!

Congratulations to the following Wolves alumni who will be participating in the Top Prospects (17 & 18 year old) Game:

Zach Hatch (Stratford Warriors)
Mitch Lee (Kitchener Dutchmen)
David Mabey (Listowel Cyclones)
Brendan Mairs (Strathroy Rockets)
Brody Waters (Elmira Sugar Kings)

Congratulations to the following Wolves alumni who will be participating in the Future Stars (16 year old) Game:

Brayden Hislop (St. Marys Lincolns)
Cooper Way (Elmira Sugar Kings)
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