by WCHL on November 29th, 2021



While he only played one game, Haran impressed with some timely blocking and his usual strong defense. Not only that, but the long time veteran netted an assist. Not known for his offense, the extra point was nice to see. Haran will look to continue the same rock steady defense the rest of the season. 


After a tough first game in October, Parent dominated the month of November. Parent was able to aid his team in earning first victory and a tie against the undefeated Seals. Now tied for the league lead in points, Parent will hope for a strong December to finish out the year.

by WCHL on November 21st, 2021

The Wolf Pack and the Seals faced each other for the 2nd time this season in what was a very different bout compared to the first time they met on the field. The Wolf Pack controlled much of the action throughout the beginning two periods, never allowing the Seals to control the pace and constantly peppering Seals goal tender Dean Olivas with an abundance of shots on net. Despite the heavy pressure and pace of the Wolf Pack, the Seals managed to keep fighting and never gave up. Every time it seemed the Wolf Pack would gain absolute control of the game, Anthony Theuer of the Seals kept his team within reach tying the game up several times with the final score being 7 - 7. 

Watch the recap here.

The aftermath of this game brings the Wolf Pack's record to 1-1-1 and the Seals record to 2-0-1

by WCHL on November 7th, 2021

The WCHL had it's 3rd game of the season take place last night between the Hornets and the Wolf Pack. It was a back and forth high scoring shoot out type of game with each team taking brief leads over the other. Despite the amazing effort from assistant captain Kevin Konfara who scored 12 goals, his team took two untimely penalties that the Wolf Pack took advantage of. Tristan Parent of the Wolf Pack scored the last and final goal taking the lead with less than one minute to go getting his team their first W of the season.

Catch the full game here.

The Wolf Pack look to avenge themselves against the Seals who are undefeated. The two teams face off once again in two weeks on November 20th!

by WCHL on October 30th, 2021



Substation stats do not count towards career stats, but Fleshner's first chance in net could not be ignored. Filling in for the Wolf Pack, Fleshner posted a great game in the return to this season. His performance was so strong that his true team, the Hornets, utilized him in their first game of the season too. Expected to be a forward, this new goaltender could be one to keep an eye on.


The Seals were the first team to get two games in this season and Theuer made sure it mattered. After a dominant game two performance, Theuer now has 10 goals and 2 assists on the season. This superstar could be poised for a massive breakout year.

by WCHL on October 29th, 2021

The WCHL had it's second game of the season take place welcoming back the Hornets for their first game taking on the Seals.

It was an intense physical game with the Seals controlling much of the action for the first two periods despite everything the Hornets were throwing at them. The tide began to shift in favor of the Hornets with assistant captain Kevin Konfara scoring 30 seconds into the 3rd period. The Hornets even took a brief 6-5 lead in the 3rd. However, the Seals remained calm and composed with forward Anthony Theuer firing back scoring three more goals with the final scoring being 8-7 making the Seals 2-0 to start the regular season.
Watch the replay of the game here.

The WCHL returns on November 6th with the Hornets facing off against the Wolf Pack. Both teams will be eager to earn their first win of the season in what will surely be a fantastic game.

by WCHL on October 12th, 2021

The Wheelchair Hockey League has been selected to partner with the Detroit Red Wings Foundation 50/50 Raffle presented by Michigan First Credit Union for the Wednesday, Wednesday, March 30, 2022 Detroit Red Wings home game!
  1. A minimum of 20 volunteers (maximum of 35) required. Volunteers must be over the age of 18 years old.

  2. Volunteers are required to wear khaki pants (no jeans), clean sneakers (closed-toe), and a plain or nonprofit shirt (long or short sleeve). A 50/50 Raffle seller jacket will be provided by the Detroit Red Wings Foundation to identify volunteers.

  3. Volunteers must arrive prior to doors opening, and the puck drop. Puck drop is at 7:30PM, so we ask that volunteers arrive at 5:00PM. Parking and arrival details will be provided at a later date. As a note, parking will be extremely limited for Detroit Red Wings games. Carpooling is encouraged.
Selling requires the use of a tablet and cash handling. If you would like to volunteer please let Dean know. It will be first come, first serve basis. You can contact Dean at

by WCHL on October 11th, 2021

Our league includes 12 regular season games along with two rounds of playoffs. The season & playoffs run from October - May. Games are played on Saturday's from 6-8pm at Big Boy Arena.
  • Hockey Knowledge: The WCHL is played very similar to regular ice-hockey rules. Basic hockey knowledge is a requirement. Applicants will also be required to read our rulebook.

  • Finesse & Agility: Referees will be required to keep up with game action up-and-down the gym court for up to 1.5 hours. Referees will also have to be quick on their feet and have the agility to move out the way of oncoming wheelchairs (some chairs go 9 mph+)

  • Unbiased & Fair: Referees must have the ability to be fair, unbiased and have the ability to call the game by the rules regardless of personal relationships or prior opinions.
Katie Frayer -

by WCHL on October 10th, 2021

After 580 days the WCHL returned yesterday with an awesome kickoff game between the Seals and the Wolf Pack.

The 1st period saw a stalemate keeping things even with both teams trying to figure the other out. The 2nd period and 3rd period told a different story however as the Seals managed to control the pace with Jordan Zmich scoring two goals and then Anthony Theuer scoring another two goals. The Wolf Pack attempted to rally with two goals late but ultimately came up short with the final score being 4-2. Re-watch the action here.
We roll on forward looking toward Week 2 with the Seals taking to the field again against the Hornets in two weeks on 10/23! We hope to see everyone there! 

by WCHL on October 3rd, 2021

It's official, here are your rosters for the 2021-22 season.



Tim Delore
Jeff Fleshner
Katie Frayer (C)
Kevin Konfara (A)
Jesse Lindlbauer
Clay Martin (A)
Anthony Nowak
Erinne Williams
Ron Woodring
Ezra Zabawa



Andrew Calvin
Drew Canada
Trei Cools (A)
Alex Ernsberger
Kenny Haran
Dean Olivas, Jr. (C)
Stanley Sekulich
Anthony Theuer (A)
Zach Zera
Jordan Zmich



Jonathan Bowie
Josh Cueter (A)
Shayn Greer-Abbott
Tristan Parent (C)
Kevin Richter
Brent Severance
Zeljko Sreckovic (A)
Piotr Pasik
Ian Zurawski


Good luck to all players this year and welcome to any new and returning faces. The season kicks off on October 9th at 6PM with the Seals taking on the Wolf Pack! For the full schedule, click here.

by WCHL on September 3rd, 2021

Thank you for voting in our poll. Your safety is our number one priority. We knew in this climate it may be difficult to return, but your voices have been heard. We will have a mandatory mask mandate league wide. This will also include the the open practice on October 2nd. The board will review this mandate each month as things continue to change. Please note that an additional waiver regarding COVID-19 protocols will be required for registration. This must be signed in order to be eligible to play. Katie Frayer will take charge as the head of the league's safety committee. Please direct any specific questions on this to her.

For the health and safety of our players and guests we ask everyone to follow the following rules:

● Wear a face mask when inside the gym location and during games (subject to change
throughout the year).

● Do not enter the facility if you feel ill, have a fever or cough, or are short of breath.

● Do not enter the facility if you have been in close physical contact within the last 14 days
with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19.

● Cover your coughs and sneezes.

● Abide by physical distancing rules by keeping 6 feet (about two arms lengths) away from

● Use hand sanitizer before entering the facility