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Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association Update

March 18

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and the mandates by the Governor of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association strongly urges all associations, programs and teams to postpone or cancel all events. This includes end-of-season banquets, team parties and any on-ice or off-ice group activities.

We must do our part to stop the spread of the disease, as well as to assist those in the medical community who are being put under tremendous strain during this difficult and at times overwhelming period.

It is important that everyone plays a role in minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Schools are closed. Travel bans are in place. Both the World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control have issued significant recommendations designed to keep our population as safe as possible.

To reiterate, the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association strongly advises all youth and amateur hockey activities across the state to cease until clearance is given by the Center for Disease Control and the Wisconsin Department of Health. Those choosing to run events are doing so against the recommendation of WAHA.

It is our sincere hope that we get back to a normal routine sooner rather than later.

Best regards,

WAHA Board of Directors


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This May, USA Hockey is hosting the first World Cup of Disabled Hockey in which 5 Disabled Disciplines will be highlighted with athletes around the world participating.  Sled (both men and women), blind, standing amputee, deaf/hard of hearing, and special hockey will be represented.

WAHA os  very excited to announce that 6 Wisconsin skaters have been chosen to represent Team USA for the first National Special Hockey team.  Congratulations to the following skaters: Alex Busse, Dylan Fecht, Raimond Holschuh, John Kohlman, Joe Riefke who all skate for the Wisconsin Timber Wolves and also Steven Schamberg who skates with the Chicago Blackhawks Special Hockey team.  



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