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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 season.

WEHL & Phoenix

In our ongoing efforts to promote and improve the quality of play and skills at the Wisconsin High School Hockey level, the WEHL and Phoenix programs are excited to announce we have decided to combine our efforts in the Milwaukee area under the umbrella of the WEHL organization. Phoenix GM Chris Donovan has worked diligently with WEHL Milwaukee GM Dave Kupsky in analyzing and exchanging ideas on what the best answer was for pre/post play for high school hockey players in the Milwaukee area. While there is no one size fits all answer, it was mutually agreed a good result is to merge in hopes of getting “the best” Milwaukee region players playing together. A combined and focused effort will allow for greater skill development for all of our players with an increased level of competition through the entire Before/After season. This also creates a network of expanded resources for our coaches and players to utilize through their high school time as well as hockey beyond high school. Our players will get the maximum exposure available to them for developing and moving on to the next level. 

Based on past registration and player skill levels we are planning to field two (2) U14, 16, & 18 Teams. Our U14 teams will be split into equally talented teams with U16 and U18 teams having number 1 & 2 ranked teams. We also want to communicate that if player numbers and talent level exist at any age group we are prepared to have three (3) teams based out of Milwaukee. Taking the large geographic area of the Milwaukee-region teams into consideration, we will have two Home rinks; Ozaukee Ice Center and Mullett Ice Center.  All teams will split both practice and home games between Ozaukee Ice Center and Mullett Ice Center.  

To register for WEHL, please go to the WEHL website (wi-ehl.net) and register. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact WEHL Milwaukee GM Dave Kupsky at 414-406-4229 (email: dkupsky22@gmail.com) or Phoenix GM Chris Donovan at 262-305-9981 (email: milwaukeephoenix@gmail.com).

Important to note that Phoenix Spring sessions will still take place and will be open to all WEHL players. Detailed information will be communicated at a later time.

Sincerely,

John K Zea                                                                  Chris Donovan                 
WEHL Commissioner                                                Milwaukee Phoenix GM
414-902-5333                                                             262-305-9981

Tryout Registration

NORTH CENTRAL REGION NEWS -
The WEHL will explore the addition of a 14U and a 16U team to the league this fall. The intent would be to field these teams out of Rhinelander to create a Northern Region. The process of determining the viability of this will be accomplished in two phases:

  1. The WEHL will review registration numbers in early July to determine if significant interest exists to continue to explore this option. Should registration numbers show that there are high enough numbers to field both a 14U and 16U team in both the North Central and North Regions, then we will move to the tryout phase.
  2. Tryouts will be held in Stevens Point as usual, and a final determination will be made at that time as to the feasibility of adding additional teams to the league based on the overall skill and competitiveness of all teams.

All players interested in registering for either team should register for the current North Central Region tryout outs. Registration is nonrefundable, and there is no guarantee that additional teams will be fielded. Should you have further questions, please contact the league through this site.

If you have any questions, please contact info@wi-ehl.net

14U - Birth Years 2001 & 2002
16U - Birth Years 1999 & 2000
18U - Birth Years 1997 & 1998

Tryout dates are or will be posted. To see go to Schedule then select the team. Or go to Info and select age group

Skills Clinics & Skills Registratiom

Date: May 27, 2015

Wisconsin Elite Hockey League is proud to announce for the second consecutive year we have retained Concordia University Head Coach Jasen Wiseto direct our skill camps prior to our 2015/16 WEHL tryouts. Those who attended the camps last summer gave praise to Coach Wise teaching techniques and personal demeanor in mentoring players on a one on one basis. Coach Wise and the WEHL are excited to again offer Skills Camp to Wisconsin High School Hockey players in the hopes of investing in the future of Wisconsin High School hockey. This being our second year the WEHL is again financially sponsoring the camps and is pleased to offer these enhancements from last year’s camps:

  • Camps will be divided into Junior/Senior and Freshman/Sophomore age students
  • Camp minimum per age group is based on 15 players (excluding goalies)*
  • Demonstration and support materials for dryland training
  • Camp cost is only $75.00 (10 hours of on ice instruction over 4 days by a college head coach, talk about a bargain! Just another example of the WEHL putting its best foot forward to invest in those who we are all about, Wisconsin High School Hockey players.)
  • Camp cost for goalies is $40.00 (Goalies will get plenty of work but we are not offering specific goalie coaching instruction)
  • Any incoming or current WIAA High School Hockey players are eligible to attend. If an area is overbooked WEHL players will be given priority placement in the camp.

Coach Jasen Wise Bio

  • Married with 2 children
  • 11 years collegiate head coaching experience with Coach Wise just completing his third season at Concordia University
  • 4 year collegiate playing background at R.I.T. and St. Thomas University in Minnesota
  • Team Captain at St. Thomas his senior season
  • Master’s Degree in Athletic Administration

The WEHL has selected the following locations to host our Skill Camps:

Green Bay Area July 26-29th hosted at Cornerstone Ice Arena
Freshman/Sophomorecamp 7/26 3:00 - 5:00 pm, 27 12:00 - 2:30 pm, 28 2:00 - 4:30, & 29 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Junior/Seniorcamp from 7/26 5:00 - 7:00 pm, 27 2:30 - 5:00 pm, 28 4:30 - 7:00 pm, & 29 4:00- -6:00 pm
Questions call Bob Schroeder @ 920-707-0707

Madison Area July 13-16th hosted at Eagles Nest
Freshman/Sophomorecamp from 10:30 – 1:00 pm
Junior/Seniorcamp from 1:30 – 4:00
Questions call Joel Marshall @ 608-695-6680

Milwaukee Area July 6 - 9th hosted at University School of Milwaukee
Freshman/Sophomorecamp July 6th 12:00 -2:30 pm July 7 - 9th 9:00 -11:30 am
Junior/Seniorcamp July 6th 2:45-5:15pm July 7 -9th 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Questions call Dave Kupsky @ 414-406-4229

North Central/Southwest/Western Areas July 20-23rd hosted at Omni Center
Freshman/Sophomorecamp from 9:00 - 11:30 am
Junior/Seniorcamp from 1:00 – 3:30 pm on ice instruction.
Questions call Dave Losen @ 608-385-7074 or Ethan Erickson @ 715-215-0584.


 

Aiken brothers both earn spots at Notre Dame and Harvard

Over the past years the WEHL is proud to have a number of our past players go on to play college hockey at Division I and III. However for the first time in our history we have brothers Joe and Thomas Aiken both playing Division I Hockey at two of the most recognizable and prestigious universities in our country; Notre Dame and Harvard.

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U16 & U18 All-League

Dec 1 2014

U16 All-League

U18 All-League

  
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