The Elliot Lake Wildcats announced today that they have a new Head Coach and General Manager. Taureen White, formerly of the Nepean Raiders of the CCHL, will take over duties effective immediately and is expected to be behind the bench for the Wildcats game against the Rayside Balfour Canadians on Friday night (December 6th). White […]
Other leagues follow suit to provide mental health support to Jr. A players (Nov. 19, 2019) – The positive impact of a mental health and sports program delivered by local branches of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) has caught the attention of other Jr. […]
The Elliot Lake Wildcats have been on the ice four times so far this season, three in exhibition games and their first regular season match. Kevin McSheffrey for More from Kevin McSheffrey George Thomas, chair of the Elliot Lake Wildcats board, says the team’s out-of-town players arrived in Elliot Lake on Aug. 14 and […]
Repairs costing around $600,000 should make the structure useable for up to five years, says engineer Brent Sleightholm Elliot Lake City Council has made its final call, after weeks of speculation on the future of the city’s 60-year-old Centennial Arena. Council voted five-to-one in favour of repairing the structure on Spruce Avenue, on the promise of structural […]
The Elliot Lake Wildcats have traded Brennan Ireland to the Thorold Blackhawks Jr B of the GOJHL for a Player Developement Fee (PDF) We would like to thank Brennan for his year with the Wildcats and wish him the best of luck with the Blackhawks!
The Elliot Lake Wildcats are pleased to announce our incoming board members for the 2018-19 season. Returning members are: Brad Lees, Chair/Treasurer Harvey Hyndman, Vice-Chair Greg Lawrence, Secretary New incoming members will be: Mark McGonegal Errol Moffatt George Thomas Larry Phelan Richard Hamilton The Board of Directors would like to thank their outgoing members – […]
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The Elliot Lake Wildcats were crowned 2016 TEP Showcase Champions after defeating the Markham Royals in a double overtime thriller 3-2. The Wildcats swept the weekend going a perfect 8-0, including a win against back to back defending champions JT Prospects in the quarter final. Congratulations to the Wildcats players, coaches, staff and fans.
NORTHERN ONTARIO JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE NOJHL NETWORK MEDIA UPDATE Release Date: Friday, Jan. 22, 2016 Hepler, MacLean, Lopez lead Elliot Lake over French River ELLIOT LAKE, Ont. – Cole Hepler and Spencer MacLean both had hat tricks and registered five and four points respectively while Chad Lopez dished out five assists to help send the […]