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    WOLF PACK HOCKEY CLUB AT THE HOFFMAN ESTATES PARK DISTRICT

    The Wolf Pack Hockey Club is a member of the NWHL (Northwest Hockey League) house/travel league.

    Welcome to Wolf Pack Hockey - one of the best hockey programs in the Chicagoland area. Here at Wolf Pack, we focus on helping each player reach their potential through a strong foundation in the key elements of skating, teamwork, sportsmanship, and competition.

    Wolf Pack’s mission is simple. We want every player from age 4 to 18 to succeed in hockey and enjoy the sport.  Our experienced professional staff work with your child at every level to encourage, train, and push them as they develop into strong players and people.

    See you on the Ice - Stan Dubicki and Randy Jordan

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    Remembering #93, Faith Hoberg

    With a heavy heart, we share the tragic news of a loss of one of our own Wolf Pack players. Faith Hoberg passed away Sunday, October 6th  after a tragic car accident. Faith was a member of our Peewee 2 team. She played her very first games as part of our Wolf Pack family that week, and was looking forward to an exciting season with her new teammates. Faith loved playing hockey and was adored by her teammates and coaches. Faith will always be remembered as a strong, caring and happy young lady.

    Faith will forever be in our hearts and in our rink. The Wolf Pack family, which includes the Coyotes and Wolverines, will be retiring Faith’s jersey #93. 

    Each and every one of her teammates will miss her dearly and will keep Faith in their hearts. This season Wolf Pack will be adding some purple to our jerseys to show our love for Faith.

    We are tracking the hockey communities love for Faith on social media under the hashtag #PurpleForFaith

     We will remember you forever Faith

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    Step aHead Concussion Screening

    The Chicago Blackhawks, AHAI and Athletico Physical Therapy are proud to announce the 9th year of the A Step aHead Program. The goal of the A Step aHead Program is to educate the youth hockey community on concussion awareness, prevention and treatment as well as to provide FREE baseline neurocognitive testing to AHAI members. A Step aHead testing is available for AHAI members ages 11-18 (12U through 18U/High School) NOW through November 1, 2019. REGISTER NOW>>

    Nine years ago the Chicago Blackhawks, the Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois, Athletico Physical Therapy and Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth created the "A Step aHead" program. The program had two stated goals: (1) provide free baseline neurocognitive testing for AHAI players and (2) to be a resource for education on concussions to the youth hockey community. However, we also understood that there are other important topics relevant to youth athletes. For this reason, two years ago we expanded the program to address a multitude of health and safety issues. We call this new program, "A Step aHead presents the Next Step."

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    Wolf Pack PRIME

    Come out to our Wolf Pack Prime Free Skate to find out what our new Fall program is all about. The Wolf Pack Prime Fall League will be geared towards Squirt and PeeWee NWHL players that want to take their game to another level.

    Who will benefit from PRIME?
    - The player that loves to play and wants to excel
    - Families looking for maximum “bang for the buck”
    - Those who want to learn how to be a “go-to” player
    - The player that wants the most thorough opportunity to develop
    - The player that will be just average at travel-minimal touches
    - The player willing to focus on perfecting skating / skills
    - Students of the Game
    - Everyone; education for all / family approach
    - The player that wants the best life long hockey experience
    - Young people striving for success in life; learn life lessons and confidence

    Registration info to come

    Hockey Lessons, Clinics,
    Floorball and more!

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    The Best Team Value in Hockey

    The Hoffman Estates Park District has made  a great investment in reduced pricing, first class equipment and top level people to make the hockey experience the very best anywhere. Offering  Northwest Hockey League House Travel teams, Coyote Mite (8 and under) team hockey and Wolverines Girls Hockey the program is going to new levels to not only give our players the best tools to excel at hockey, but just as important do more to develop youth “total healthy athletes.”  Click here to read more.

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    Spring Squirts win NWHL tournament

    By Brian Kim 06/20/2019, 2:00pm CDT

    The Spring Squirts persevered through some early season struggles and ended up winning their NWHL tournament championship!   Great job players and coaches!

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    Chicago Wolves Home Opener

    On October 5th, the Hoffman Estates Wolf Pack Hockey Club helped the Chicago Wolves kick-off their 26th Season at their Home Opener, held at the Allstate Arena. With over 500 tickets sold to our hockey families, it was an amazing showing of support to our namesake.  The Wolverines, our all girls team, took the ice alongside the Chicago Wolves and the Grand Rapids Griffins for the National Anthem. During the intermissions our 3 Coyote mite hockey teams and 2 Wolf Pack squirt teams took to the ice for scrimmage games. The players played their hearts out and made us all proud. During the evening our Peewees, Bantams and Midget teams were honored as the first Youth Hockey Champions of the Game. They each received a Wolves shirt, were featured on the jumbo-tron and groups had their photos taken before the game. While the Chicago Wolves did not get the win that evening, our Wolf Pack families walked away winners with an amazing family club-wide event where we made memories together that will last a lifetime.