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Wolves 2023-24 Season Recap

By Staff Reports, 04/08/24, 6:30AM EDT


The New England Wolves 2023-24 season was a remarkable season by any measuring stick, combining on ice success and accomplishments with off ice commitment and community service.

On the ice, the Wolves fielded 5 teams last season.  3 at the Youth (Midget) level that operated on a split-season basis (prior to HS), and 2 Full Season teams at the Junior Level.  In total, 3 of the Wolves 5 teams (60%) reached their respective championship series  (U16, U18 & EHLP).  This success represents the highest success rate of any program in New Hampshire.  Furthermore, 4 of the 5 teams reached the playoffs with 6 Wolves Junior Players garnering league accolades such as all division and top prospect ( Joakim Cameron, AJ Lackas, Nick Theodos, Cameron Reardon, Harrison Kramer, and Zach Spicuzza).  3 additional EHL players were chosen for the EHLs All Star college series (Lackas, Jackson Haskins, and Reardon).

Off the Ice, the Wolves Junior teams have so far placed 6 players in college (more to come), and 1 player in- season into Pro Hockey directly from their Junior team (Mathias Johansen- Norway).    They've also seen an additional 4 Alumni advance to College Hockey and another 6 Alumni Players advance to Pro Hockey in the US and overseas this season alone.

On the Community Service and Volunteer end, the Wolves again set the pace for active involvement in their local neighborhoods.  The Wolves actively volunteered time with these events and many others:

* Laconia Learn to Play & Lakers Skills Nights

* Laconia MultiCultural Festival

* Food Drives for the Salvation Army of Northern New England

* Holiday Toy Drive to benefit the Make A Wish Foundation

* Volunteering with the Pond Hockey Classic

* Volunteering with the Holiday Set Up at the Laconia Congregational Church

* Food and Supply Drive for the NH Humane Society

* Salute to First Responders Donation drive to benefit Laconia Fire Dept. & the Wounded Warrior Project

* The Wolves Annual JBT Game set a new standard with over $45,000.00 raised for the Cure Starts Now foundation to battle childhood cancers.

and others...

Additionally, November 13th, 2023 was chosen as New England Wolves Appreciation Day, as the Laconia City Council announced a City Proclamation for all the Wolves Community Service Projects.

As the Wolves program embarks on the new expanded operation of team charters from Learn to Play up to U20 Junior Hockey, Wolves Management would like to thank all the players, parents, coaches,. volunteers and supporters who have helped our program achieve such success.  We look forward to building upon this success and reaching even new highs in 2024-25.