West End U18 Captures Jean Labonte 2022 U18 A Tournament

By WEHL Web Manager | November 28, 2022

Dulude Skate Shop Closed October 31st

By WEHL Web Manager | October 30, 2022

And the Award Goes to …

By vpcomm | October 27, 2022

Congratulations to Wolverine alumnus Luke Boyle on becoming the 4th Annual Recipient of the Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary! Since 2019, the West End Hockey League (WEHL) has proudly awarded a WEHL Midget level player with a $500 scholarship from the Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary. Julie Dunnigan was an active West End Hockey volunteer and former…

WEHL Culture of Teamwork, Respect, Transparency and Trust

By WEHL Web Manager | October 11, 2022

Please read the Open Letter from the WEHL Board Members on our WEHL Culture of Teamwork, Respect, Transparency and Trust

Become a WEHL Volunteer

By WEHL Web Manager | September 20, 2022

Join us this Thursday at 7:30 pm at Sala San Marco to learn more about how you can make a difference by volunteering – both on and off the ice.

Hockey Canada Assist Fund

By WEHL Web Manager | August 14, 2022

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is back and eager to help Canadian families experience the power of play by offering up to $500 in registration subsidies for players (including those already registered) who qualify for funding.

Deadline for Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary Extended to July 1st

By WEHL Web Manager | June 10, 2022

The deadline for the 4th annual Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary has been extended to July 1st, 2022. Download Application Form

Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary – Last Years Winner and Reminder for this Year

By WEHL Web Manager | May 3, 2022

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4th Annual Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary

By WEHL Web Manager | April 18, 2022

The West End Hockey League is now accepting applications for the 4th annual Julie Dunnigan Memorial Bursary for all current WEHL Midget level players that will be attending a post-secondary institution in September.

HEO Rule Of The Week

By WEHL Web Manager | December 3, 2021

A new initiative has begun where a weekly video is created and put on YOUTUBE called “Rule of the Week.” The videos will briefly explain the penalty, how it is applied and in some cases provide some examples.