The Wyandotte Warriors Hockey Association (WWHA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, which enjoys an affiliation with the Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA), and USA Hockey. WWHA is housed at the historic Benjamin F. Yack Arena, in Wyandotte, Michigan. In Partnership with the parents, coaches and the Wyandotte Recreation Department, we strive to provide an enjoyable, challenging and meaningful hockey experience to all of our players. We have programs that are suitable for all ages and skill levels, including a beginning instructional program for players new to the game, as well as, house level and travel hockey for players 18 years of age and younger. We are an athlete centered program that puts the needs of our children first. We give each player the opportunity to participate to the best of their ability and to develop as, not only an athlete, but as well-rounded individuals. With a focus on sportsmanship, teamwork, comradery and community, we are instilling skills that the children will use on and off the ice and will last a lifetime.
We are guided by the values of honesty, respect for all individuals and personal integrity. The Warriors are committed to the long-term growth and development of all levels of developing our athletes. We encourage our parents and families to have a voice within our association and be part of our community, which will contribute to offering our players the best experience possible. Our success will be measured by more children who enjoy playing and the passion they are filled with for the game of hockey.
Early Registration is now open! Register before August 1st and save $30.00.
Click the link following to register for the 2019/2020 Fall/Winter Hockey Season:
The Wyandotte Warriors Hockey Association is currently seeking coaches for the following age groups:
I-Program (This is an instructional program - kids are learning how to skate and are being taught the basics of hockey)
14U and Up
If interested, please click the following link:
You may also contact us with any questions.