Winnipeg East Female Hockey

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The Winnipeg East Female Hockey (WEFH) council is responsible for organizing, promoting and advancing the female minor ice hockey program in St. Boniface and Transcona and is home to both the Stars and Saints hockey teams from ages 5 through 17.

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2022/2023 Saints Coaches

AA Saints head coaches for the 2022/2023 season:

U13 – Kylie Klassen

U15 – Julian Moffatt

That's a wrap on 2021-2022!

The board, parents and volunteers of Winnipeg East Female Hockey would like to congratulate the 2021-2022 Stars and Saints for a tremendous year! We got through a full season, capping off with the return of Stars Cup. A big thank you to the coaches, managers, safety personnel, communication officers and of course, the cheering section (parents, guardians, grandparents & friends) who were with us every step of the way!

Some highlights from this year include:

City Champions – U11 A3 Stars!

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City Champions – U11 A2 Stars Purple!

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Finalist  - U13 AA Saints!

And a special shoutout to the team’s incredible fundraising efforts in support of The Dream Factory – way to go, girls!

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City & Provincial Champions – U15 AA Saints!

An incredible achievement – go Saints!

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Round Up

Other stand outs include the U9 A3 team’s participation in the first year of the Orange Jersey Project, part of the Orange Shirt Society’s work towards Truth and Reconciliation.

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The return of the Stars Cup! A big thank you to our volunteers and sponsors of the Stars Cup – it was wonderful to see everyone again. Congratulations to all the teams, including medallists: U9A1 (Bronze), U9A2 (Silver), U9A3 (Bronze), U11 A1 (Silver), U11 A3 (Bronze), and U15 A1 (Bronze) – go Stars!

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Did we miss an important highlight from this season? Let us know! 

Stay tuned for the end of season parent survey – your feedback will help us plan for next year.

WEFH Board

Congratulations U15 AA Saints on City and Provincial Championships for 2022

Amid a season that featured covid throughout, the u15 Saints improved from start to finish. Capping it all off with a City Championship over the St. Vital Victorias and a Provincial Championship over the Brandon Wheat Kings.

The Saints would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Vics for their hard fought City Finals. We would also like to thank Brandon for battling fiercely in our provincial series.

Congratulations Saints! 

Team Rogers Community Draft

Rogers is inviting Canadians to apply for the Team Rogers Community Draft – a program dedicated to helping kids get more from the games they love. By applying now, your kids will have the chance to be drafted to Team Rogers this fall.

Your kids could get access to pro athlete mentors and $150 towards program fees.

https://getdrafted.ca/apply-now

 

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Communication alert

As we begin the 2021-2022 season, information will be emailed out to families. Please add new WEFH Chair, Dan Sarahs' email to your contacts: dansarahs@hotmail.com so you don't miss anything important or time sensitive!

2021-2022 Season Information

Everything is coming together slowly for the start of the upcoming season.

Registration for Female Hockey is open on the TMHA webiste for those that live in Transcona:

https://www.transconahockey.com/page/show/2643109-registration

Registration for SBMHA for those who live in St. Boniface opens Sunday, August 15th:

http://sbmha.ca/en/

Information for Saints tryouts, IP skates, and Stars evaluations will be posted here and emailed out as soon as the dates and times are finalized.

Inspiring quote for all athletes

“True sportsmanship is…

Knowing that you need your opponent because without him or her, there is no game.

Acknowledging that your opponent holds the same deep-rooted aspirations and expectations as you.

Knowing that, win or lose, you will walk off the course with pride.

Always taking the high road.

And always, always, always being a good sport.”

― Lorii Myers