Playing in The "Dub" (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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The Waterloo Hockey League (aka "The Dub") is WMHA's recreational hockey league offering kids in Waterloo a FAST, FUN and FRIENDLY hockey experience that is second to none!!

Our programs are designed around meeting our goals of developing hockey skills, physical fitness, cooperative sportsmanship, social interaction and enjoyment of the game of hockey.

The hockey season spans from mid-September and through the end of March/early April.  It includes evaluations, exhibition games, regular season games, tournaments, special events and playoffs that culminate in our year-end Championship Weekend.  We also partner with neighbouring ALLIANCE hockey associations to offer our players opportunities to experience the thrill of competing against other communities with interlock exhibition, tournament and special event games!!

Players also receive their very own Waterloo Wolves uniform, including Home & Away Wolves jerseys!!!

Along the way, players gain self-confidence, learn life lessons and make friendships for life!!


Here are the Top 10 reasons to sign up now, lace up your skates and hit the ice with your buddies in the Dub!

1. Hockey Builds Confidence - Hockey helps develop a positive attitude, self-image and self-esteem. There's nothing like ice to teach kids about standing on their own two feet.

2. Hockey Teaches Kids to Fly - Nothing compares to the feeling of gliding on ice. It's like flying with your feet on the ground!

3. Hockey Builds Mental Agility - Decision-making, strategy, concentration — hockey teaches kids a lot more than how to skate.

4. Rinks Are Warmer Than You Think - Nothing forges new friendships faster than minor hockey. Not only will your child make new friends, you will, too! Make that two hot chocolates, please!!

5. Hockey Teaches Persistence - 
Everyone stumbles on occasion, but hockey players always get back on their feet.

6. HOCKEY IS FOR EVERYONE - You don't have to be especially tall or especially large to excel. Tall, short, big, small — hockey players come in all shapes, sizes, colors and creeds.

7. Hockey Develops Social Skills - It takes cooperation, teamwork and respect to succeed on and off the ice. Hockey teaches those skills, while also creating new friendships.

8. Screen the Goalie is Better Than Screen Time - Hockey gives children an engaging, fast-paced, healthy alternative to sedentary recreation.

9. Hockey Increases Physical Literacy - Nothing tops skating for the development of fundamental motor skills like balance, coordination, strength and agility.

10. Hockey is For Life - Hockey makes players and friendships for a lifetime!

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