The Golden Horseshoe Women’s Hockey League is a Senior AA / Senior A competitive women's hockey league that plays in the Hamilton and surrounding areas and includes teams from Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Kitchener, St. Catharines, Oakville, Brantford, and London. The 2016/2017 season will include a 28 regular season game schedule and a championship weekend tournament to be played in March 2017. Looking forward to another great season!

Want to play elite women's hockey? Check out our League/Team Contact page for teams in your area.

GHWHL also offers summer leagues through our affiliate Pro Hockey Life Academy. Click on the icon to be redirected to their website for details.



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OWHA Provincial Titles


Congratulations to the St.Catharines Jets for another impressive showing at the 2017 - 2018 OWHA Provincial Championships with a Senior AA silver medal. The Jets battled hard against the Ottawa Ice Cats but could not overcome the Ice Cats powerful offence. 


London Devilettes forged a Senior AA bronze medal at provincials beating the Sarnia Express in a close 2-1 battle. 


2017-2018 League Champions


Thanks to all teams for a successful season and a well played championship weekend. Once again it was a very competitive and exciting final.

Pool A – St Catharines and London fought a close battle and went to a shoot out to settle the final.  St Catharines 2-1 over London




Pool B – Another close game with Hamilton Ice Hawks scoring into an empty net to put it out of reach for the Hamilton Hawks.  Ice Hawks 3-1 over the Hamilton Hawks.


2016 - 2017 Provincial Champions



2016 -2017 More gold, silver and bronze than Fort Knox, the GHWHL picks up five of six possible medals in the Senior category!!!





 Congratulations to the St.Catharines Jets in their Senior AA Provincial Championship win! 

The Sr AA category was truly a battle with very close competition throughout the weekend.  The Jets lost one game in their preliminary round to London and ended up in a three way tie in their pool. They won their quarter final game against Ottawa by a score of 6-2, then continued to the semi finals where they beat Leaside 3-0.  In the final they faced the Toronto Crush.  The game was back and forth with each team finding the back of the net 5 times.  The game went to double overtime before the Jets made a great pass from their D zone up to a breaking forward who deked out the challenging goalie and tucked the puck away for the game winner winning the provincial gold.  


London Devilettes battle to win Bronze in the Senior AA division. The Devilletes battled through the qualifying round defeating our very own Jets and Sarnia Sting but falling to the Toronto Crush in their third game. London lost again against the Crush in the semis but were ultimately victorious in the Bronze game beating Toronto Leaside by a score of 4-1.


Congratulations to the Kitchener Lady Rangers in their Senior A Provincial Championship win! 

The Lady Rangers win gold again!!! The Lady Rangers fought their way through a twenty four team tournament defeating the Barrie Sharks; Brampton Canadettes; Oakville Hornets and the Barrie Sharks only losing to Westboro Ice Cats in round robin play. Kitchener met up with our very own Hamilton Hawks and defeated them in a tight 3-2 match sending the Hawks to the Bronze medal game. The Lady Rangers then faced league rival Brantford Ice Cats in the gold medal game.  The Ice Cats battled valiantly but fell to the Lady Rangers after a 3-2 win in double overtime!!! The Ice Cats were undefeated in the tournament through round robin play and the semis but couldn't steal it from the Lady Rangers.


The Hamilton Hawk’s road to success at Provincials began with a crucial win over a very skilled Aurora Panther’s team by a 2-1 score. It was followed by a hard fought 2-0 loss to the Ottawa Muskies. In the final round robin game, needing a big win, the Hawks came away with a resounding 7-0 win against Oshawa, which placed them in 1st place in their pod and allowed them to advance to play Confederation College. The Hawks were again successful, defeating Confederation 2-0 moving into the quarter finals. Playing for the 3rd time that day, the Hawks were again winners, defeating North York 3-1. Now into the semi finals, the Hawks faced a familiar team, the Kitchener Rangers and put forward a great effort but came up short losing 3-2.


The Hawks were now into the Bronze medal game facing a young skilled team from Westboro and came away with a well deserved 4-3 victory to secure the bronze medal!



2016-2017 League Champions




Newcomers to the league claim the championship title. Congratulations to the Kitchener Lady Rangers in their inaugural season in the GHWHL. The Lady Rangers hosted the London Devilettes for an exciting and hard fought battle between the top finishers in round robin play at the league championship weekend tournament held at the Burford, Ontario Community Centre and Arena. Lady Ranger's Michele Strudwick  with assists from Kaitlin McDonell and Allison Galloway opened the scoring early in the second period with Myriah Kay with help from Kaitlyn Maddigan and Amber Beattie responding for the Devilettes late in the second. Kitchener opened up the game early in the third with a goal from Alanah Walls assisted by Amanda Chiarello and Jessica Platt and another from Amanda Parkins helped by Kate Sinclair. Janna Harbin finished off the scoring with an empty netter for a 4 - 1 final score.

Also, congratulations to the London Devilettes in finishing first overall at the end of the regular season with a record of 19 wins 3 losses and 6 ties.


Pool B



Congratulations to the Hamilton Hawks in their 2-1 shoot-out win against the McMaster Marauders. The Hawks goaltending by Fiona Weaver and strong defensive play kept the Marauders off the scoreboard in regulation play. The Hawks fought off the Marauders strong attack in the third period but couldn't capitalize on their chances either. The overtime period also ended in a stalemate with only a shoot-out remaining to decide a winner. Hamilton's Jessica Mahler scored their first in the second round with Mac's Laura Gelowitz responding in the third. The Hawks' Heidi Fisher gave them the go ahead goal and the eventual winner.  The Hawks head to the Provincial finals in early April looking to extend their championship run.


August 2017 News

The Golden Horseshoe Women's welcomes the Ancaster Avalanche to the league. We look forward to the added competition to the league and another action packed season. See you at the rinks!!



 March 2017 News


McMaster Hockey winds up its third Skate The Dream skills program.  The women's hockey team volunteered in the Kiwanis Club "Skate the Dream" program. The eighteen week program was designed to teach skating and hockey skills, the kids had fun playing mini-games as well.  The Marauders were once again recognized by the City of Hamilton and Councilor Jason Farr for outstanding generosity and community service for its work teaching hockey skills and coaching kids from the local community.


  Dec 2016 News

McMaster Hockey and Pro Hockey Life Academy continues its Equal Opportunities Community Outreach Program. Once again this year featured St. Brigid, Holy Name of Jesus and St. Patrick participating in power skating, skill development, and 3 on 3 hockey fun. The program is designed to give opportunities to kids who don't otherwise have access to hockey skills development programs. The program was comprised of four half-day events that were with over 120 kids using three ice pads participated at each event.

Special thanks to John and the gang at the Hamilton 4Plex Arenas as well as Leo Paone from Pro Hockey Life and the McMaster Marauders Women’s Hockey Club through its Discover Mac Hockey initiative for delivering the fun filled events this season. 

The event was a great success and the day ended with pizza of course. PHLA would like to thank all the staff at the schools and the board including Mrs. Verrelli; Mr. Campbell; Mrs. Ackers and Joe Curto.


 ► May 2016 News

The GHWHL is please to announce that the Kitchener lady Rangers and the Stoney Creek Sabres have joined the league for the 2016-2017 season. Kitchener won the OWHA Senior A gold medal last season and we welcome the added competition. Stoney Creek is a new Senior A team and will be readying their team for competition next season.

Cambridge Roadrunners and the Norfolk HERicanes have left the league to pursue other competitive formats. We thank them for their contribution to the league and wish them success in their new endeavors.


2015 - 2016 Season Winners

The Horseshoe is Gold, Silver and Bronze and Finalist in 2016 OWHA Provincials 

The GHWHL is proud to congratulate the St. Catharines Jets winning the Senior AA Gold Medal at the 2016 OWHA Provincial Tournament!  The Jets opened the tournament vs Leaside with a 1-1 tie then moving on to defeat Sarnia 1-0.  The Jets knocked off Sarnia again 4-0 in a pool tie breaker to advance to the semi final against Toronto Crush winning 3-2.  The Jets next opponent was our very own London Devilettes. The game momentum shifted back and forth and the Jets were up 2 -1 until the Devilettes tied the game with 1:11 left in the third. Both teams fought hard and when it appeared the game was going into OT the Jets capitalized with 29 seconds left on the clock. The Jets claimed victory and added to their pile of precious metals. 

We also congratulate the Hamilton Ice Hawks who won the Bronze Medal in the Senior A category.  The Ice Hawks faced another one of our own, the Brantford Ice Cats. Both teams fought their way through a twenty team pool finally meeting in a epic battle for the bronze. It was a hard fought game that traded leads several times and could have gone either way. Regulation time ended in a 3-3  tie and the battle began once again. Not one, not two, but it took a triple overtime goal by the Ice Hawks to defeat the Ice Cats - what a finish! Praise must also be given to Brantford for their sportsmanship! One of the Ice Hawks player's skate blade broke in the second period of the game and the Ice Cats loaned her a pair of skates.  Of course it was that Ice Hawks player who netted the over time winner. Great Sportsmanship all the way around!!!


GHWHL 2015 - 2016 Season Champions


Congratulations to the Hamilton Ice Hawks for their gold medal victory to take the GHWHL Championship. The Ice Hawks faced the London Devilettes a few days after their medal games at the OWHA Provincial Tournament. The Ice Hawks took an early 2-0 lead in the first period with goals from Kilgour and Bundy. They added to their total in the second period with another goal from Bundy to go ahead 3-0. The Devilettes came back hard in the tird period but could only answer with one goal for a 3-1 final. Ice Hawks goalie Clause stood on her head in the third to keep the score at 3-1. Another great season finish! 

Congratulations to the St. Catharines Jets winning the Bronze medal in the GHWHL medal round final. The Jets chipped their way through this year's round robin playoff eventually meeting the resilient Hamilton Hawks. The Jets struck first with 10 seconds left in the first period and never looked back. The game was much closer than the 5-2 final as their final goal was scored on an empty net as Hamilton pushed for two to tie. Great season for both teams!


 April 2016 News

  • Congratulations to the London Devilettes for finishing first overall in Regular Season play. It was a great finish with the top four teams coming within four points of each other. The Devilettes finished with a 16-4-2 record followed by Hamilton Ice Hawks 16-5-1 and Hamilton Hawks and Brantford Ice Cats only a few points behind. Once again it was a very competitive regular season which will surely extend into a great playoff.



  • Congratulations to the McMaster Marauders hockey club in winning the coveted Joyce Wignall Community Excellence Award for the second year in a row. The award was presented by the McMaster Athletic Department to the team at the University's annual awards ceremonies. The team was recognized for their community service that was carried out with many different groups and schools including PHLA Equal Opportunities Outreach Program; Kiwanis Boys; Girls Club Skate the Dream Program and the Garth Brooks Teammates For Kids Program. The team was also recognized again by the City of Hamilton for Outstanding Generosity and Community Service. Keep up the great work!!

 March 2016 News

  • Congratulations to the Hamilton Ice Hawks winning the Niagara Womens Hockey Tournament (March 11 - 13) with a record of 6-0-0.  Hamilton came out flying in their first game winning 6-0 over Whitby Friday night. Saturday morning was a very similar game, with the Ice Hawks taking this one 7-0 over ‎Bluewater. Hamilton would then face a very speedy Aurora Panthers team, Hamilton managed to win this one 2-1, which clinched a spot in the semi final game Sunday morning.   Hamilton crossed pools for this game playing Brampton in a very chippy game. Pushing through, the ice Hawks came out on top winning 2-1. The ice Hawks would then again face off against Aurora in the finals. It was again a fast paced game, with Hamilton squeaking out a 2-1 win to take the tournament!


  • Congratulations to the St. Catharines Jets in winning silver in the Senior AA division in the Niagara tournament as well.  The Jets got off to a rough start but flew back into contention beating North York Storm 5-3 in the quarter finals and beating Sarnia Express 6-2 (undefeated until then) in the semis. The Jets couldn't get passed Toronto Crush in the finals and lost 2-1.

On another note, the Jets have a player who attends Brock University and also plays for the Slovenian Women's National Team.  In 2015 Slovenia finished 1st in Division IIB and was promoted to Division IIA and is now competing in the IIHF Division IIA World Championship in Bled, Slovenia. We wish the best of luck and success to her team!

Great effort by both teams a true testament to the competitive quality of the GHWHL!

 February 2016 News 



McMaster Hockey and Pro Hockey Life Academy continues its Equal Opportunities Community Outreach Program. This year St. Brigid joined Holy Name of Jesus and St. Patrick for some skating, skill development, and 3 on 3 hockey fun. The program is designed to give opportunities to kids who don't otherwise have access to hockey skills development programs. Thanks to John and the gang at the Hamilton 4Plex Arenas as well as Pro Hockey Life and the McMaster Marauders Women’s Hockey Club through its Discover Mac Hockey initiative who delivered four fun filled events this season. 

The event was a great success and the day ended with pizza of course. PHLA would like to thank all the staff at the schools and the board including Mrs. Verrelli; Mr. Campbell; Mrs. Ackers and Joe Curto.

 December 2016 News

McMaster Women’s Hockey takes on Team China

On Sunday November 29th, for the third consecutive year, McMaster Women’s hockey team had the opportunity to take on the People Republic of China’s National Women’s Hockey team. It was a hard battled game in which the Marauders lost 4-2 to Team China. An action packed game the first and second period saw two goals by Team China. The Marauders responded in the third and China responded shortly thereafter with another goal. Mac fought back scoring late in the game to leave things at 3-2. With 1.5 minutes to play the Marauders pulled their goalie and gave up a final empty net goal to finish the game at a 4-2 loss.

The team sends a special thanks to coaches Leo Paone and John Bertling and to all those who helped organize this great event as well as those who came out to support the team.

 September 2016 News

Cambridge Roadrunners and Norfolk HERicanes Join GHWHL


The GHWHL welcomes he Cambridge Roadrunners and Norfolk HERicanes Senior A teams to the league. The newly added teams will certainly add to the already competitive league. The league will play twenty two games plus playoffs and medal finals.

2014 / 2105 Season

The Horseshoe is Gold and Silver in 2015 OWHA Provincials

Golden Horseshoe Women's Hockey League teams take gold and silver medals in the 2015 Ontario Women's Hockey League Provincials.

April is Provincial Championship time and the London Devilettes set out on their quest to defend their gold medal.  Cruising past the Ottawa Ice Cats with an 11-1 victory and defeating the Toronto Crush 4-2 in very hard, fast game. The evening match up saw London face league rival St.Catharine's Jets, these two teams had faced each other a handful of times with their previous meeting coming in their league finals. London cruised to a comfortable 6-1 victory earning themselves 1st in their pool and a spot in the Semi-Finals. Sunday is medal day and London came ready to play, the morning match up saw them face-off vs. North York Storm winning 6-1 and earning themselves a place in the Gold Medal match up. A quick sprint over to the neighboring rink and a double overtime goal scored by St Catherine's vs. Leaside Wildcats meant that for a second straight year the Devilettes would be playing the Jets. The gold medal game started with a bit of nerves on both sides as both teams traded a few penalties in what proved to be a tightly ref'd game. A few goals by each side had the game tied 1-1 before London netted a quick pair and went up 3-1 at the midway point. Rising to the occasion the Jets came out flying after this and quickly tied it up and it remained that way through the 3rd. Going into overtime the stakes were high, the Jets were the only team to have beaten London all year and had the motivation from losing the gold medal game the year prior. London was seeking revenge from the team that took away their perfect season a short month ago, as well as the lure of a Gold medal repeat. A tight first overtime saw nothing give from either side as close chances were exchanged but ultimately tight checking and good defense kept the score tied at 3's. More of the same to start the second overtime until London got a break and went up on the powerplay. The Jets did a great job of defending on the PK killing off the majority of it until a set up came out of the corner to Megan Hewins at the point, she took the puck to the center of the rink and fired a hard shot on net that was deflected by Steph Moore over the glove side of the Jets goalie and for the second straight year the London Devilettes are Provincial GOLD MEDAL CHAMPS!


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*** Congratulations to the London Devilettes Senior AA Hockey Club 2014/2015 GHWHL League Champions*** 


Congratulations to the London Devilettes Senior AA Provincial Champions. London defeated St. Catharines to win the Senior AA Division. 

 London Devilettes 8 vs St. Catharines Jets 1 


Bronze Medal Game - Brantford Ice Cats 2 vs McMaster Marauders 1

 April News

McMaster Women's Hockey wins 2015 Joyce Wignall Award

(From the Hamilton Spectator) The McMaster women's hockey team was recognized for their exemplary outreach efforts with the Joyce Wignall Award at McMaster's 91st Annual Athletic Awards on Wednesday, April 1.

The team strives to have every member participate in community outreach and as such, players have served as members of the McMaster Athletes Care executive and as team reps in support of MAC programs. Hockey players also served as Mac Mentors through the Girls' Club of Hamilton, mentoring community youth. The team volunteered in an after-school literacy program at Cathy Weaver Elementary School, and participated in the Equal Opportunities Outreach program through the Pro Hockey Life Academy, teaching hockey skills to elementary school children who can't access other instructional programs.

The women's hockey team also volunteered in the Kiwanis Club "Skate the Dream" program, which was recognized by the City of Hamilton for outstanding generosity and community service for its work teaching hockey skills and coaching kids from the local community.

The Joyce Wignall Award was first presented in 2002-03 to honour Joyce's tireless dedication to student-athletes, the McMaster Athletic Council and the Department of Athletics and Recreation. During her 39-year tenure at McMaster, Joyce embodied the values of the McMaster Athletic Council Outreach program of teamwork, friendship, loyalty and community involvement.

 March News   

St. Catharines Jets Win Big!  Congratulations to the Jets in winning the Niagara Falls Weekend Tournament March 13-15.  The Jets faced strong competition from Scarborough, Toronto Crush, Sarnia, and Aurora to get to the championship vs the Devilettes. The final, and rightfully so, was a battle between the top two teams in the province. The Jets opened up the scoring with a 2-0 lead after the first period; London shortened the lead halfway through the second but the Jets managed to squeak one in with two seconds left in the period. The Devilettes fought back and scored again midway through the third but was unable to catch the Jets after a late empty netter. The 4-2 Jets win will no doubt be a momentum booster in their league playoffs and OWHA Provincial Tournament in the coming weeks.



Pro Hockey Life Academy and Mac Hockey are pleased to announce the continuation of its Equal Opportunities Community Outreach Program. The program is designed to give opportunities to kids who don't have access to hockey skills development programs. PHL Academy's partnership with Pro Hockey Life and the McMaster Marauders Women’s Hockey Club through its Discover Mac Hockey initiative will deliver these fun filled events.

Most recently, PHL Academy held two events at the Hamilton 4Plex Arenas (thanks to John and the gang). Elementary school kids from Holy Name of Jesus and St. Patricks Elementary Schools were able to experience the joys of learning skills and playing hockey. The kids worked with instructors from Pro Hockey Life and the McMaster University Women's Hockey Club. The event was a great success, the kids - even the big kids - had a lot of fun.The morning session included skills development, 3 on 3, and pizza of course. PHLA would like to thank all the staff at the schools and the board including Mrs. Verrelli; Mr. Campbell; and Joe Curto.

Words getting out to other schools so stay tuned for more events...

 ► January News

McMaster Is Back In The Community - Several of Mac's players through the Master Athletes
Care Program and the team's Discover Mac Hockey Outreach Program jumped at the opportunity to get involved with youngsters from the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton. The program runs once a week for nine weeks. The two hour sessions are made up of an hour of hockey skills development and an hour of pond hockey. Mac coach Henry DePellegrin is a guest instructor helping Kiwanis bench boss Brodie Beard. The participants' skill level is primarily beginner and the age groups vary as well. Coach DePellegrin says it's a great way for the team to get involved in the community and give back to the game of hockey and they manage to fit it in between classes, studies, team practices and games. The kids work hard and everyone has a lot of fun. Mac netminder Nicole Amatruda keeps the Mac team organized and ready to go. The team looks forward to participating in future events with the Kiwanis Club on and off the ice in the upcoming months. 



 ► December News

McMaster Marauders beat Team China 2-1 in Shootout -
that was the good news, the not so good news was that Mac lost the close game 3-1 in regulation time. On Saturday December 9th the Chinese National Women's Team hosted the Marauders with all the typical ceremonial flair and fashion of an international event. After a fast paced and scoreless first period, China finally scored midway through the second period followed by another a few minutes later. Mac responded with a goal scored by their "wile e' captain Kristen Demik with under ten seconds left in the second period. China managed to squeak in another goal in the third and held off the barrage of Mac offence ending the game 3-1.

The five player shootout was a different story. China elected to shoot first - Mac goalie (Nicole Amatruda)  was able to hold the fort. Mac misses - China scores. A couple of more big saves from both squads, then Mac veteran Emily Gearing ties it up with a beauty - bam -top shelf !!. China gets stopped in their last attempt and its up to Mac's veteran defenseman Steph Kennedy to win it. Kennedy steps up to the challenge and with a couple of quick moves slides the puck in through the five hole - priceless. 

It was a fun event and a great opportunity for players to experience international play. Mac players and team staff would like to express their thanks and gratitude to all who helped along the way.  

 ► November News

Devilettes Victorious Over Team China - on Saturday November 8 the London Devilettes traveled to Vaughan to face Team China at the Vaughan Sports Village. With a full warm up accompanied by both National Anthems and a ceremonial puck drop the game had a professional feel right from the start! London got off to an early start just 18 seconds in potting a goal on a breakaway but the score remained that way to finish out the fast an furious first. The second period took a bit to get going, however London tallied another two goals to Team China's one and the period ended 3-1 for the visitors. London was able to tally one more marker in the third period going up 4-1 until an errand bounce sent one of the Team China players in on a breakaway and scoring with 7.2 seconds left in the third to end the game 4-2 in favor of the Devilettes.


As is customary is all games hosted by Team China a fun 5 player shootout is held at the end of the game. The first shooter for Team China scored followed by the 4th for London and tying it up. It remained that way all the way until 14th shooter for Team London capitalized and a lovely forehand backhand deke to tuck it past the Team China goalie and end the festivities with a 2-1 shootout victory to add to the 4-2 regulation win.


The London Devilettes would like to sincerely thank Team China for a hard fought game as well as Vaughan Sports Village and Mel for hosting such an excellent event!

2013/2014 News Archive

April News


The Horseshoe is Gold and Silver in 2014 OWHA Provincials

Golden Horseshoe Women's Hockey League teams take two gold and two silver medals in the 2014 Ontario Women's Hockey League Provincials.


Congratulations to the London Devilettes Senior AA Provincial Champions. London defeated St. Catharines to win the Senior AA Division.

Also, congratulations to the Oakville Hornets who defeated the Hamilton Ice Hawks to take gold in the Senior A Division.


and there's more news...

*** Congratulations to the Hamilton Ice Hawks Hockey Club 2013/2014 League Champions*** 

London Devilettes Finish 1st  In Regular Season Play - congratulations to the London Devilettes in their accomplishment! They had an outstanding season with a 23-1-0 record.

March News:

GHWHL members represent Team Ontario and Canada at the First Annual IIHF Pan American Hockey Tournament in Mexico City March 2-9 Congratulations to Amanda Young, Karen Vanderhoek, and Sara Leaitch from the Hamilton Hawks as well as Mac Coach Henry DePellegrin for being selected to one of two teams representing Canada in the women's division. Other players were selected from senior leagues throughout Ontario. The event was sanctioned by the IIHF and Canadian participation was sponsored by Team Canada. The Sudbury Lady Wolves Senior A team, who was selected as the other Team Ontario representative, won the women's division defeating the Mexican National Team 8-0 in the final. Coach DePellegrin's team had a good showing but was fraught with extensive injuries. As a result he acquired two developmental players from Team Mexico, a Mexican Minor Hockey coach, and a player from the Brazilian Women's National In-line Hockey Team to play in a semi-final versus Mexico. Although they were defeated the players had a great time. The Mexican players played tough against their very own and were proud to be Canadian, for a game that is. The Mexican Hockey Federation did a great job organizing the logistics and accommodations and is looking forward to seeing us next year so stay tuned.

Team Canada defeated Mexico 7-0 in the men's final.  Other men's national teams in attendance included Columbia, Argentina, and Brazil.

Other event pics  - the masked marvel was one of ours of course!!

London Devilettes Win Senior AA Gold - Congratulations to the London Devilettes for winning their second straight Senior AA division title at the Niagara Panthers Women's Hockey Tournament.  London's 2014 win came by beating the Scarborough Sharks team 5-0 in the final.  

Oakville Hornets Win Senior A Gold - Congratulations to the Oakville Hornets for winning the Senior A division title at the Niagara Panthers Women's Hockey Tournament. Oakville hornets came out strong in their first game of the tournament winning 7-1 against the Toronto Rockets. The second game wasn't as successful losing  2-1 against Cornwall. Finishing 2nd in their pool, they had to play a third game against  Toronto Rockets defeating them 4-1. Semi final game Oakville vs. Brantford, Oakville scored the first goal in the game to take the lead. Brantford tied the game with 50 seconds left in the 2nd period. Oakville scored their winning goal in 3rd period with 10 minutes left and managed to hold onto the win to send them to the championship game.  With only 8 skaters, Oakville came out determined to win the championship game against Oshawa. Oshawa had beat Cornwall earlier that day in the semi finals 2-0,  Oakville knew they would have a tough battle ahead.  Oakville scored their first 2 goals of the game in the first period, followed by 3 goals in the second period to win the game 5-0. 

January News:

Mac CARES program continues - Back by popular demand, Mac players ran another successful skills session with another group of kids from Holy Name of Jesus Elementary School. It was great to see that the more skilled players made sure their less skilled teammates were part of the team in every way from equal shifts to scoring the big goals. Mac was presented with a commemorative plaque as a token of their appreciation. Mac plans another session with the school in February, they just can't get enough pizza.  Mac is also working with the Ancaster Avalanche PeeWee B team and having a lot of fun with them.  Visit the Mac website for the news story at

December News:

McMaster Women's Hockey Club Plays Team China - on December 7th Mac players had the privilidge to play the Chinese Women's National Team in an exhibition game. The event was exciting, the lead changed hands a couple of times and the game ended in a 3-3 tie. The Chinese team visits the Southern Ontario area annually so keep them in mind for next season - they play teams from the Midget AA to CIS level. Visit the Mac website for the news story. 

McMaster Women's Hockey Club Reaches Out to the Community -  Mac players, through their Discover Mac Hockey Community Outreach Program, partnered with PHL Academy on Dec 2 in a skills development event with kids from Holy Name of Jesus Elementary School. The morning session included skills development, 3 on3, and pizza of course. Mac players also participate in other events through the Mac CARES program and is currently helping teams in the Ancaster Girls Hockey Association. Keep up the great work!  See the news article on the main page.


Port Colborne City Tavern Classic Tournament Jan 31 - Feb 2, 2014 click on link for more info:

► November News: 

London Devilettes Win Gold -
Congratulations to the London Devilettes in winning the 2013 Senior AA London Ladies Classic Tournament beating the tough Little Caesar's team 2-1 in the final.

2012 2013 News Archive 

Congratulations to the Oakville Hornets 2013 League Champions and Senior AA OWHA Provincial Champions as well as the Hamilton Ice Hawks Senior A OWHA Provincial Champions.


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