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Wolves Summer Shot Challenge!

By Staff Reports 05/21/2024, 6:15am EDT

Wolves Shot Challenge starts June 1 and goes to August 15.  Track the shots you take in your backyard, basement or driveway (working independently to improve your game), and the 3 highest totals for the summer will receive and official Wolves EHL throwback game jersey. 

TSR is doing their annual shot 5k shot challenge.  For more info- 5K Shot Challenge & Sniper of the Week (


Longchamps Commits to WNE

By Staff Reports 05/17/2024, 6:30am EDT

The Wolves are pleased to announce the commitment of Philippe Longchamps to Western New England University for the Fall of 2024.

"I'm very happy for Philippe to accomplish his goal of playing NCAA Hockey. He was a great teammate and hard worker during his time in our program. Even though he struggled with injuries during the season, he persevered to achieve his goals. We wish him the best of luck at WNE!" said Wolves EHL Head Coach Tim Kunes.

Western New England University is a private university in Springfield, Massachusetts. Academic programs are provided through its College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, College of Engineering, School of Law, and College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.  Its Mens Hockey Program competes at the NCAA Division III level.

Quebec native Longchamps played one season for the Wolves after attending US Prep School.   "The New England Wolves program helped me develop what I was lacking to become a college hockey player. I will always be grateful for the support they offered me and for helping me reach my dream. The EHL is the best spot to make the jump to NCAA DIII and after being part of this league, I recommend it to everyone who has the dream of playing college hockey." said Longchamps.

The Wolves wish Philippe the best of luck in his athletic and academic career at WNE!

Hutorsky commits to Misericordia

By Staff Reports 05/14/2024, 5:45pm EDT

The Wolves are pleased to announce the commitment of Jonathan Hutorsky, a 2004 birth year forward from the Wolves EHL team, to Misericordia University.

"I'm very happy for Jon to accomplish his goal of playing NCAA Hockey. He is a great teammate and I enjoyed having him on our team. He is proof that playing in our league increased his exposure to college coaches. We wish him all the best at Misericordia next season! said Wolves EHL Head Coach Tim Kunes.

Misericordia University is a private, Catholic, liberal arts institution in Dallas, Pennsylvania established in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy.  The 2024-25 season will be Misericordia's first at the NCAA level.

Hutorsky commented, "There is no better place than the Wolves and the EHL as a league, in helping players get to the next level. The coaching staff is unmatched. I really enjoyed my time here as a member of the Wolves in Laconia New Hampshire, where I developed not only as a hockey player, but as a person".

The Wolves wish Jonathan tremendous success in his athletic and academic future!  Congrats!