by WCHL on March 18th, 2017

by WCHL on January 11th, 2017

The WCHL has finally hit the middle of the season, the first game of 2017 featured a rematch of last year's WCHL's finals. The Hornets (3-1-1) took on the Seals (3-2). Both teams held leads in the back and forth tilt, but strong efforts from Zeljko Srecovic in net (whoever thought we'd be writing that?) held the Hornets in tight enough to take a lead in the second. Once the Hornets took the lead, Kevin Konfara controlled the pace of the game. The Seals scored a goal with 15 seconds left after pulling their goalie, but it would not be enough as the Hornets held on 13-12. The Hornets are now 4-1-1 in first place, while the Seals fall to an even 3-3.
The second game saw the Cobras (1-4) looking for their first win in awhile as they squared off against the Wolf Pack (2-2-1). The game was low scoring for awhile, with both teams struggling to generate any offense. Halfway through the second the Cobras began to pepper shots on Wolf Pack goaltender Trei Cools. Cools stayed just that, as he continued his amazing season in bid for a goaltender of the year award, and maybe even the league MVP? The Wolf Pack would pull away in the third winning the game 4-2. The Cobras now fall to 1-5 and the Wolf Pack jump to second place at (3-2-1).

Action resumes on the 22nd, the Cobras (1-5) take on the Hornets (4-1-1) and the Seals (3-3) take on the Wolf Pack (3-2-1). Don't miss all the fun!

by WCHL on December 6th, 2016

​Game one saw the Seals (2-2) take on the Cobras (1-3). The Cobras were without their captain Clay Martin and forced to find offense elsewhere. Wolf Pack captain Jeff Fleshner subbed for Martin, chipping in two goals. Seals forward Tristan Parent ran wild. Parent posted 6 goals of his own. The Seals got additional support from their defenseman/forward Katie Frayer who netted her second goal of the season. The Seals ended up holding out for the victory, winning 7-4. 
​Game two was as action packed as ever. The Hornets (3-1) took on the Wolf Pack (2-2). Both goaltenders, Trei Cools of the Wolf Pack, and Ezra Zabawa of the Hornets, were looked at as key players coming into the game, but the two offenses exploded for 30 total goals. This is just two off the WCHL record. Hornets captain Kevin Konfara continued his torrid pace, sniping 13 goals in the contest. One would think this would be enough, however nothing is stopping the Come Back Pack these days. The Wolf Pack scored 3 goals in the remaining two minutes to pull things even and earn a draw. The game finished with a score of 15-15.

​The WCHL now goes on a bit of a mid-season holiday break. Action resumes on January 8th. The Seals (3-2) will take on the Hornets (3-1-1) in game one, and the Wolf Pack (2-2-1) do battle with the Cobras (1-4) in game two.

by WCHL on November 21st, 2016

The first game was an absolute classic. The Wolf Pack (1-2) took on the Seals (2-1) in a rematch of the first game of the season. The Seals controlled the pace early on with strong efforts from forward Tristan Parent and goalie Brendan Nienhaus. However, like their last game, the Wolf Pack never gave up. With 9 seconds to go in the third period, Wolf Pack forward Anthony Theuer sniped a shot top corner to take the lead. The Wolf Pack would add another goal from rookie forward Piotr Pasik with just one second remaining. The Wolf Pack are building a bit of a reputation for late game heroics. Perhaps the Come Back Pack? The Seals now sit at 2-2, along with the Wolf Pack who are also now 2-2.
Top players Clay Martin and Kevin Konfara squared off in the second game between the Cobras (1-2) and Hornets (2-1). As per usual between the two teams, the game was close, but an absolute shootout. Between the two teams there were a total of 29 goals, 11 of which occurred in the third period. Konfara got the better end of Martin's Cobras scoring a massive 12 goal in the contest. The Hornets now sit alone in first place at 3-1, meanwhile the Cobras fall to the bottom of the barrel at 1-3.

All four teams are incredibly tight,there's no telling how the standings could flip going forward. The Seals are currently struggling to find goal scoring from anyone but Tristan Parent. The Wolf Pack are beginning to heat up winning two in a row. The Hornets look as good as ever so long as Kevin Konfara is there. And the Cobras have lost two tough ones in a row. Join us at the next game on December 4th at Canfield Arena in Dearborn. The Hornets (3-1) take on the Wolf Pack (2-2), and the Seals (2-2) take on the Cobras (1-3).

by WCHL on November 7th, 2016

The rematch of last year's finals featured a very different look than the series back in May as the Seals (1-1) took on the Hornets (2-0). With the Seals missing goalie Dean Olivas Jr. and the Hornets missing elite scorer Kevin Konfara, both team required other players to step up. The Seals got strong goaltending out of back-up Brendan Nienhaus. Meanwhile Wolf Pack forward Anthony Theuer subbed for the Hornets posting three goals. Ultimately, the Seals proved triumphant defeating their foes in a lopsided 10-3 victory. Both teams now sit at 2-1.
The second game was one to remember between the Cobras (1-1) and Wolf Pack (0-2). A back and forth scoring game through and through. Both teams have a very balanced scoring approach and this showed in the game. Wolf Pack captain Jeff Fleshner, and Cobras forward Jordan Zmich each registered 5 goals in the contest. The Cobras at one point had a string of 5 consecutive goals. However, the Wolf Pack never gave up. Goaltender Trei Cools kept calm to keep them close. With just over a minute to go Wolf Pack forward Anthony Theuer rifled one past Cobras goalie Jamie Porter to give them the lead. The final score ended at 9-8 with the Wolf Pack being victorious for the first time this season. Each team now has a 1-2 record.
This season is shaping up to be yet another close one as all 4 teams have earned victories at this point. Join us at the next game on November 20th at Canfield Arena in Dearborn. The Seals take on the Wolf Pack, and the Hornets take on the Cobras.

by WCHL on October 23rd, 2016

​In the first game of hockey, the Hornets took on the Wolf Pack in a back and forth contest. Kevin Konfara continued his pace from last week scoring 10 goals. Wolf Pack forward Anthony Theuer also picked up his 200th career point in the match.

The WCHL's two rookies showed off their skills as well. Wolf Pack forward Piotr Pasik recorded his first two goals, and Hornets forward Torrance Johnson Jr. tallied his first career points, earning three assists in the game. Congrats to both players on this accomplishment.

The Wolf Pack were ultimately done in by late penalties for an illegal line change violation. The Hornets won the game 11-9 moving their early season record to 2-0.
​The second game featured a much lower scoring affair than the first. Former Seal, now Cobra, Jordan Zmich got the better end of her former team picking up three goals in the game.

With minutes left in the game, Seals captain Dean Olivas pulled from the net recorded a goal to draw things closer. Ultimately the Cobras were able to hold on to win 5-3. Both team's records now sit at 1-1. Cobras coach Greg Martin becomes the first coach in WCHL history to earn a win.

Join us at the next game on November 6th at Canfield Arena in Dearborn. The Seals take on the Hornets in a rematch of last years finals, and the Wolf Pack will look to earn their first win of the season as they take on the Cobras.

by WCHL on October 11th, 2016

​Week one of the 2016-17 season is officially in the books!
In the first game the Hornets defeated the Cobras 12-8. Kevin Konfara picked up where he left off last year in his record breaking season with 10 goals in the contest.

The second game featured a back and forth tilt between the Wolf Pack and Seals. The Seals were able to take the lead late in the third and never looked back. Tristan Parent registered all 7 goals for the Seals.

Thank you to all of our new and returning volunteers this week. Without you we would not be able to put on the games at such a competitive level. We're very thankful!

Join us in two weeks when the action returns! Trei Cools and the Wolf Pack open the action up against his former team the Hornets. Also, now members of the Cobras - Jason Drapinski and Jordan Zmich look to take down their former Seals teammates.

by WCHL on June 13th, 2016

​2016 WCHL Awards Banquet

Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
3pm - 7pm

Premier Center
frmly. Zuccaro's of Clinton Twp.
20400 S Nunneley Rd, 
Clinton, MI 48035-1562, 

Dinner served at 4pm

Players & Volunteers are FREE, additional guests are $20 each

(players, if you RSVP Yes and do not attend, you will be charged $20 for your meal)

50/50, Raffle & Awards

We ask that each family please bring a raffle prize.

Please RSVP to Brenda Drapinski by September 15

Make checks payable to "WCHL" & send your total payment to:

Brenda Drapinski 
20917 E. Trebesh
Pinckney, MI 48169

Posted on April 6th, 2016

For those of you who shop at Kroger, please consider enrolling in their Community Rewards Program and help support the WCHL. Even if you enrolled last year, you must re-enroll every year.

This is an easy way, with NO COST to you to help support the Wheelchair Hockey League


For a member to re-enroll their card simply go to
·         Click “sign-in”
·         Put in their email address and password that they used to enroll their card.
·         Put in the group number (90873) or part of the name of the organization.
·         Choose the correct organization.
 ·         Click Enroll.

You are now enrolled for the May 1st 2016 to April 30th 2017 year of Kroger Community Rewards.

If it is the first time they are registering the member will need to set-up en account first.
·         For a member to enroll their card simply go to
·         Click “create an account”
·         Put in their email address and password.  Confirm their password
·         Enter plus card OR alt ID number
·         Go to Community Rewards (near bottom)
·         Follow through the steps. (name, address, etc.)
·         Put in the group number (90873) or part of the name of the organization.
·         Choose the correct organization. 
·         Click Enroll.

You are now enrolled for the May 1st 2016 to April 30th 2017 year of Kroger Community Rewards.

If you are having an issue with your password and or email address please call 1-800-KROGERS, press 5 for customer service, press 5 to speak to a customer service representative.

by WCHL on March 24th, 2016

​​15th Annual WCHL Battle On Ice
presented by the Divine Child Falcons

Sunday, April 10th @ 3:00pm

Raffle, Baked Goods & Much More!!

All Proceeds Go To The WCHL

Taylor Sports Plex
13333 Telegraph Rd
Taylor MI 48180

To Register to Play, please contact Beth Lebowsky at



by WCHL on November 14th, 2015

The Wheelchair Hockey League (WCHL) is looking for able-bodied individuals (male or female) who would be interested in becoming a REFEREE.

The WCHL is a competitve floor-hockey league for people in power and manual wheelchairs.

Our league includes 12 regular season games along with two rounds of playoffs.

Our season & playoffs run from October - May. 

Our games are played on Sunday's from 1-4pm (two games each week)​ at the Canfield Alkali 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 13 Page Rule Book -

    * Finess & Agility: Referees will be required to keep up with game action up-and-down the gym court for up to 3 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.

Dean Olivas - 
Cell / Text - ​734-560-3890

by WCHL on September 21st, 2015

​​This year the WCHL will say goodbye to one of the most dominating and consistent players in our league history. After 17 seasons, #25 Marty Witberg will be hanging up his jersey for one last time. That jersey is a Wolf Pack jersey.
For 17 years Witberg is the only WCHL player to remain with the same team for their entire career.
142 Regular Season Games
388 Goals
143 Assists
531 Points
116 Penalty Minutes
Offensive Player of the Year
All-Star MVP
2x Goals Title
2x Assists Title
2x Best Duo
Playoff MVP
Marty has led the Wolf Pack to two Wheelers Cups and has helped the Michigan Mustangs win 2 US Championship and 2 North American Silver Medals.
Witberg was a constant scoring threat during his entire career and was a core member of the WCHL and a building block of the Michigan Mustangs, representing Michigan at 10 tournaments. To have a player as reliable and as consistent as Marty was a real luxury to have when building teams both locally and nationally.
He's been teammate, opponent and friend and we will all be sad to see him go.
Both the Wolf Pack and Michigan Mustangs will proudly retire #25.

by WCHL on September 21st, 2015

Award Descriptions

2014-15 Award Winners

​Goals Title
#45 - Kevin Konfara - Hornets - (65 G)

Assists Title
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals - (17 A)
#20 - Zeljko Sreckovic - Cobras (17 A)

Goals Against Average Title
#66 - Chris Lemieux - (7.71 GAA)

Anthony Nelson MVP Award
#28 - Jordan Zmich - Seals

Best Offensive Player
#28 - Jordan Zmich - Seals

Dave Rosen Best Defensive Player
#72 - Tyler French - Cobras

Jeff May Unsung Hero
#5 - Andrew Calvin - Seals

Most Improved Player
#39 - Anthony Theuer - Hornets

Best Duo
#28 - Jordan Zmich & #40 - Tristan Parent - Seals

Best All-Around Player
#94 - Trei Cools - Seals

Jay May Gamesmanship
#25 - Marty Witberg - Wolf Pack

Rookie of the Year
#55 - Jeff Fleshner - Wolf Pack

Tom Martin Sportsmanship
#71 - Josh Cueter - Wolf Pack

President's Trophy Playoff MVP
#19 - Brian Ulewicz - Seals

Goalie of the Year
#99 - Jamie Porter - Cobras

Steve Nelson Michigan Mustangs Coaches MVP
#7 - Jason Drapinski

Todd Pasant Inspirational Award
Nick DeYonker

by WCHL on May 18th, 2015

​The WCHL All-Star Game will take place on Sunday, June 28 from 1-4pm at the Canfield Alkali Arena @ 2100 Kinloch St. in Dearborn Heights, MI

This will also be our official moving date into our new home, the Canfield Alkali Arena there is now plenty of room to watch our games, so we hope to see you there!

2015 All-Star Rosters

Clay Martin - CAPTAIN
Tristan Parent
Trei Cools
Marty Witberg
Jeff Fleshner
Katie Frayer
Drew Canada
Zach Sheehan

Brian Ulewicz
Jamie Porter


Zeljko Sreckovic - CAPTAIN
Kevin Konfara
Jordan Zmich
Anthony Theuer
Josh Cueter
Tyler French
Jason Drapinski
Brendan Nienhaus

Chris Lemieux
Ezra Zabawa

by WCHL on May 2nd, 2015

Seals win Back2Back Championships
Congratulations to the Seals who are the 2015 Wheelers Cup Champions as they defeated the Wolf Pack 8-4, winning the series 2-0.

Seals forward #40 Tristan Parent led all scorers with 31 Goals in the playoffs. 17 year WCHL veteran Seals goalie #19 Brian Ulewicz was named Finals MVP after posting a 4.50 Goals Against Average during the Finals (8.57 regular season G.A.A)


Congratulations to the Seals who are back-to-back champions.

#88 - Jason Drapinski - C
#40 - Tristan Parent
#76 - Kevin Richter
# 5 - Andrew Calvin
#90 - Kenny Haran
#28 - Jordan Zmich
#42 - Dean Olivas - C
#94 - Trei Cools (ROOKIE)
#19 - Brian Ulewicz (G)

by WCHL on April 14th, 2015

​The Wheelchair Hockey League (WCHL) is excited to announce that we have partnered up with the Canfield Alkali Arena @ 2100 Kinloch St. in Dearborn Heights, MI

The Canfield Alkali Arena is the first ice hockey rink to have a full-time and full-size [200’ x 85’] inline hockey rink in Michigan. This facility just converted an ice rink into a roller hockey rink. It is gorgeous, clean, and provides an amazing atmosphere. The Motor City Chiefs & Canfield Alkali Chiefs play in the AIHL (American Inline Hockey League)

What does this mean for the WCHL?

This means that we will be moving to the Canfield Alkali Arena in Dearborn Heights beginning the 2015-16 season. Our games will remain 1-4PM but will now be played on Sundays.

We realize that these new circumstances might not be to everybody's liking, but this is the best possible place for our league to grow, host more fans, get more exposure and provide everyone with a more hockey-like atmosphere.

Gerry Lullove, the President of the Motor City Chiefs Hockey Club, the managing body of the arena is a long time friend of the WCHL and was a supporter and fan of the WCHL from the very start. Helping us attend our very first tournament in Toronto in 2000, Minnesota in 2001 and once bringing the Hanson Brothers to a WCHL game and now helping us find a permanent home for the WCHL.

The Canfield Alkali Arena will provide us with a friendly, exciting, and amped atmosphere for all WCHL games. It will also allow our games to be played on a full-sized court (we currently play at about 80% regulation size), get more involved in the roller-hockey community and finally, this move will allow the WCHL to save a considerably large amount of money in rent and insurance annually.

The WCHL's official move will take place on Sunday, June 28 from 1-4pm as we will play the 2015 WCHL All-Star Game at the new Canfield Alkali Arena.

Registration to play in the 2015-16 WCHL Season will take place on Sunday, August 30th and Sunday, September 13th from 1-4PM.

The 2015-16 WCHL Season Opener will take place on Sunday, October 4th

To learn more about the Canfield Alkali Arena visit this MI Hockey Now article:


by WCHL on December 20th, 2014

The WCHL has linked up with Amazon Smile for our latest fundraising efforts.
Please take a moment to select the WCHL as your charity of choice! 
You only have to do it once and there is NO COST to you.

Support the WCHL and Shop on Amazon Smile!


The WCHL will only receive donations when you shop through
So be sure to bookmark or save in your web browser.

Thank you for your support and happy shopping!

by WCHL on December 13th, 2014



Elite wheelchair floor-hockey tournament to take place at the Compuware Arena July 16-18
(Plymouth, MI) The Wheelchair Hockey League (WCHL) and their travel team the Michigan Mustangs are proud to host the 2015 U.S. PowerHockey Championship this July 16-18, 2015 at the USA Hockey Arena in Plymouth, MI. This elite PowerHockey tournament will feature wheelchair floor hockey teams from around the states including the defending champions Philadelphia, Minnesota, Texas and Michigan.
The U.S. PowerHockey Championship is a bi-annual tournament that features and promotes the sport of adaptive power-wheelchair floor hockey aka PowerHockey.  This tournament will determine the 2015 United States PowerHockey Champions.  On alternating years to the U.S. PowerHockey Championship, teams from both the United States & Canada compete for the North American PowerHockey Cup. The host team Michigan Mustangs were the inaugural U.S. Champions in 2011 and are also two-time North American Silver Medalists.
PowerHockey is a competitive, fast-paced hockey game based on the use of an electric powered wheelchairs on a gymnasium floor. PowerHockey has modified ice hockey rules and enables physically disabled people that use an electric wheelchair to play hockey and to be active in a competitive team setting.
Players, both males & females range in age from 10 to 60+ and have a variety of physical disabilities that include Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Arthrogryposis & Osteogenesis Imperfecta (Brittle Bones).
The sport of PowerHockey has been around since the 1970’s. The Wheelchair Hockey League (WCHL) has been in Michigan since it’s inception in 1995 and the WCHL’s travel team, the Michigan Mustangs have been competing in tournaments since 2000.


​The WCHL is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. All donations are tax-deductible.
We are looking for corporate sponsors & donations to help host this tournament.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please download our Sponsorship Package (PDF).

Individual donations can be made online at: or visit our website at for mail-in details
Be part of the crowd and donate to our CrowdRise campaign. If you can't donate, then please share!

Donations of $25 or more will get your name in the tournament program.

Donations of $100 or more will get a two sentence greeting (40 words max) of your choice in the tournament program.


Jason Drapinski


by WCHL on October 5th, 2014

The 2014-15 WCHL started off with a bang as the Hornets defeated the Seals 17-15 setting a new record for total goals scored in a game (post non-goalie era).  Hornets #45 Kevin Konfara led the way with 13 goals but Seals reigning Playoff MVP #28 Jordan Zmich was right behind him scoring a career-high 12 goals. Seals rookie #94 Trei Cools recorded 2 assists in his WCHL debut.

Game Two saw the rejuvenated Wolf Pack defeat the Cobras 7-3.  A year off of back surgery #71 Josh Cueter led the way for the Wolf Pack with 3 goals and 2 assists.  Cobras #1 Clay Martin scored 2 goals while #69 Alex Ernsberger scored one of his own.  Wolf Pack rookie #55 Jeff Fleshner scored 2 goals, 1 assist and 6 penalty minutes in his debut.

After Week One Seals #42 Dean Olivas leads the league with 5 assists & #66 Chris Lemieux leads the league with a 3.00 Goals Against Average.



by WCHL on September 20th, 2014

2013-14 Banquet Results

Award descriptions can be found on our awards page

Goals Title
#45 - Kevin Konfara - Hornets - (54 G)
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals - (54 G)

Assists Title
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals - (19 A)

Goals Against Average Title
#42 - Dean Olivas - Seals - (5.43 GAA)

Anthony Nelson MVP Award
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals

Best Offensive Player
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals

Dave Rosen Best Defensive Player
#2 - Katie Frayer - Wolf Pack

Jeff May Unsung Hero
#23 - Alex Maes - Seals

Most Improved Player
#28 - Jordan Zmich - Seals

Best Duo
#28 - Jordan Zmich & #40 - Tristan Parent - Seals

Best All-Around Player
#40 - Tristan Parent - Seals

Jay May Gamesmanship
#20 - Zeljko Sreckovic - Cobras

Rookie of the Year
#5 - Andrew Calvin - Seals
#7 - Ian Zurawski - Wolf Pack

Tom Martin Sportsmanship
#30 - Anthony Nowak - Wolf Pack

Presidents Trophy Playoff MVP
#28 - Jordan Zmich - Seals

Goalie of the Year
#42 - Dean Olivas - Seals

Steve Nelson Michigan Mustangs Coaches MVP
#89 - Dean Olivas

2012-13 Career Milestones

500 CAREER POINTS - Kevin Konfara *
450 CAREER POINTS - Marty Witberg
200 CAREER POINTS - Tristan Parent
120 CAREER POINTS - Frank Rogers
100 CAREER POINTS - Clay Martin
50 CAREER POINTS - Alex Maes & Jordan Zmich
400 CAREER GOALS - Kevin Konfara *
150 CAREER GOALS - Tristan Parent
130 CAREER GOALS - Zeljko Sreckovic
75 CAREER GOALS - Clay Martin
30 CAREER GOALS - Anthony Theuer (31), Alex Maes (32), Jordan Zmich (38)
200 CAREER ASSISTS - Jason Drapinski *
130 CAREER ASSISTS - Marty Witberg
125 CAREER ASSISTS - Zeljko Sreckovic
2000 CAREER SAVES - Brian Ulewicz
1000 CAREER SAVES - Jamie Porter
1st GOAL - Ian Zurawski
1st GOAL - Andrew Calvin

* 1st player in history

2014-15 WCHL Rosters

#20 - Zeljko Sreckovic
#69 - Alex Ernsberger
#43 - Drew Canada
#  1 - Clay Martin
#15 - Kenneth Lloyd
#44 - Steve Dell
#72 - Tyler French
#23 - Alex Maes
#31 - Jonathan Bowie (ROOKIE)
#99 - Jamie Porter (G)

#45 - Kevin Konfara
#39 - Anthony Theuer
#98 - Brendan Nienhaus
#18 - Zach Sheehan
#26 - Ezra Zabawa
#  3 - Aaron Shepard
#00 - Tim Delore
#86 - Joe Mundt
#13 - Erinne Williams
#21 - Brian Reabe (ROOKIE)

#88 - Jason Drapinski
#42 - Dean Olivas
#40 - Tristan Parent
#28 - Jordan Zmich
#  5 - Andrew Calvin
#76 - Kevin Richter
#90 - Kenny Haran
#94 - Trei Cools (ROOKIE)
#19 - Brian Ulewicz (G)

#25 - Marty Witberg
#71 - Josh Cueter
#34 - Frank Rogers
#92 - James Wayland
#30 - Anthony Nowak
#  2 - Katie Frayer
#  7 - Ian Zurawski
#55 - Jeff Fleshner (ROOKIE)
#64 - Erick Knick (ROOKIE)
#66 - Chris Lemieux (G)

by WCHL on July 29th, 2014

2014 Michigan Mustangs
The Michigan Mustangs are home from the 2014 PowerHockey Cup after finishing with a 2-4 record we finished 5th overall, winning our final two games.


Philadelphia PowerPlay 4 - Michigan Mustangs 0

Ottawa Capitals 6 - Michigan Mustangs 4

Minnesota Selects 6 - Michigan Mustangs 4


Michigan Mustangs 4 - Toronto Lake Raiders 2

Michigan Mustangs 6 - Minnesota Selects 0

Full Recaps

For full tournament recaps, stats & video visit

Best Newcomer

Tristan Parent
First time Mustang #40 Tristan Parent finished the tournament with 1 Goal & 4 Assists and was named the Best Newcomer to the PowerHockey Cup. 

For full team stats click here.


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by WCHL on July 16th, 2014

2014 PowerHockey Cup
The Michigan Mustangs will represent the WCHL and the state of Michigan at the 2014 PowerHockey Cup in St. Paul, Minnesota this upcoming Mon.  July 21st through Thurs.  July 24th, 2014. The Mustangs enter the tournament as back-to-back silver medalists (2010 & 2012). 

The bi-annual tournament organized by the North American PowerHockey Association (NAPHA) will feature the Calgary Selects (CPHL), Carolina Fury (NCEWHA), Michigan Mustangs (WCHL), Minnesota Saints (MPHL), Minnesota Selects (MPHL), Ottawa Capitals (OPWHL), Philadelphia PowerPlay and Toronto Lake Raiders (TPWHL).

Keep up to date with all the tournament news, scores and highlights at:




** All times are CENTRAL TIME ZONE
  • 1PM: Opening Ceremonies
  • 6:30PM (7:30PM EST): Michigan vs. PHILADELPHIA POWERPLAY
  • 11:30AM (12:30PM EST) - Michigan vs. OTTAWA CAPITALS
  • 5:30PM (6:30PM EST) - Michigan vs. MINNESOTA SELECTS


Webcasting of this great event live starting at 12PM Central Time Monday July 21st and all through the 24th.

You can Watch it LIVE at