We are continuing our hockey learning sessions throughout the spring, so if you know a girl who would like to learn to play hockey, send her to Wild Things!
This session is a ten-week program designed to get kids ready to play on a team during the season. Players can start at any time as long as space is available in the session.
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** special start times on April 23 (start: 10am), June 4th (start: 11am) and June 11th (start: 7:30am)
For more information on our Wild Things program, click here.
The Western Washington Female Hockey Association (WWFHA) was established in 2002 when a group of dedicated parents desiring a place for their daughters to play ice hockey started the association with three teams.
As the association has grown, several distinct teams have been created to support the age and ability levels:
In the last ten years, WWFHA has transitioned from a recreational club providing girls an opportunity to play ice hockey to an association aiming to meet the competitive and recreational goals of each and every female hockey player.
WWFHA is a member of USA Hockey, Pacific Northwest Amateur Hockey Association (PNAHA), the prestigious Canadian Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association (PCAHA) female division, and the Western Girls Hockey League.
We are in the process of creating committees to help with the several big tasks ahead for the Wild. If you are interested in joining, please fill out the special interest form so we can get you connected.
Congratulations to all of the 2006-2009 players that attended the 2023 PNAHA Girls Development Camp this past weekend. We are very excited to share that our very own 2009 Defense Audrey Spencer was selected to continue on to the Multi-District camp! Congratulations, Audrey! PNAHA Girls Development Camp is a yearly opportunity for girls across the state to come together, learn new skills, and showcase their abilities while vying for a spot in the Multi-District Development Camp later this year. Players selected from this year’s Multi-District Development Camp will continue on to the National Development Camp that will take place in Ohio this summer.
Frances Foy and Presley (Moose) Gulick from the WWFHA 12UAA team have been accepted into the PCAHA High Performance U13 District Development Program for 2022-23.
This program provides Elite Development weekends for the top U13 players playing in British Columbia. We are incredibly proud of these girls for making such a strong showing at the tryouts and representing our Wild program with excellence!
The PCAHA District Development program's mandate is to provide a pathway of excellence for players looking to challenge themselves and take their game to the next level at U18AAA or collegiate hockey.
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