Welcome to the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League Website!
Under the approval of the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association
(WAHA), the WEHL was founded in 2006 to give upper level high
school players the opportunity to further develop their skills
while competing against players of the same skill level. The goal
is to better prepare players for their upcoming high school
WEHL Takes On TW
st, what tricks or treats are in store for a chosen
group of U16 WEHL players invited to play the Team Wisconsin
Development team? The intention, give TW two competitive games as
well as look at any potential future TW players. The questions, can
we compete? Can we get through the day without being embarrassed? A
tall order, considering many of us just met 45 minutes prior to
The WEHL team came out flying. We pinned TW in their zone the first
six minutes of the game.unfortunately we couldn’t get
anything past their goalie. A quick outlet pass and we were down
1-0.A short time later it was 3-0, advantage Team Wisconsin. Looked
to be a long day. The WEHL team battled hard, but came up short,
losing the first game 6-1.
After a short break, we went at it again. The energy in the WEHL
locker room was extremely high. We hoped to catch TW a little
overconfident, but still knew it would be tough to compete with a
team that’s been playing together all fall in an AAA league.
We jumped out to an early 1-0 lead. TW answered soon after. We
fought hard and managed to take a one goal lead into period three.
Early in the third, Eli Tormala took a beautiful one timer from the
blue line to put us up 4-2.
The WEHL kids, that had just met hours before, were clicking. We
were no longer just sticking with TW, we had a chance to win this
Midway through the third, Hutson Collins ripped one from the high
slot to get TW within one. But that was as close as they would get.
With the TW goalie pulled in the final minute, the WEHL team
controlled the neutral zone, and did not allow TW any time or
Final score WEHL 4, TW 3.
The questions were answered. We were not embarrassed. We played
and competed with some of the top players in the state.
Thank you Team Wisconsin, for the invitation and the
hospitality. Thank you to the WEHL program and players for
helping further develop hockey in Wisconsin and for allowing Coach
Supple and I be part of an exciting and fun filled day.
Madison Kelly U16 Head Coach
Schedule & Results
The 18’s completed their season with a tournament in Fond
MILWAUKEE-ORANGE, the regular season champs also went
through the tournament undefeated.
Record against common opponents and penalties ended up
impacting final seeding for the championship round.
NorthCentral took second place with Madison taking third.
A number of Tier 3 Junior teams had scouts present .
The WEHL 18’s played 14-15 games on Sundays in the fall
and had 13-15 hours of practice.
Many players also took part in another sport at their
high school such as football, soccer or cross-country.
THANKS TO ALL THE PLAYERS, COACHES, REFS, VOLUNTEERS AND PARENTS
FOR MAKING THE WISCONSIN ELITE HOCKEY LEAGUE A SUCCESS!!!!
Wisconsin Elite Hockey League 2015-2016 Fee Payment
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