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May 13, 2013

Another former WEHL player earns D1 scholarship.....

Congratulations to Dylan Zink of Cottage Grove, WI for accepting a scholarship to the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. Dylan was a two time WI All State Selection from Monona Grove High School, and a four year player in the WEHL. Dylan recently finished his NAHL career, after playing two seasons in the league with both Alexandria and Jamestown. 

Dylan noted that his favorite aspects of the league were being able to play with other skaters from other schools. “I really liked the fact that I got to skate with and against guys from other areas that I normally wouldn’t play against. Also, some of my best friendships have come from guys that I skated with in the WEHL over the yearsâ€. Zink also noted that he was able to pick up and learn different aspects of the game by having exposure to different coaches throughout his time with the league. 

Zink stated that, “Overall, I would recommend the league to anyone that is interested in improving their game for either High School or even the ability to play at the next levelâ€. The WEHL would like to congratulate Dylan on his accomplishment and wish him great success in his collegiate career!


WEHL Alumni continue being drafted by the NHL!

The NHL draft is right around the corner. We expect the success of WEHL alumni to continue. We have had WEHL alumni taken in the last two NHL drafts. Cliff Watson (San Jose Sharks), Cliff currently is playing with Sioux City with the USHL. 2012 saw 3 players drafted. Max McCormick, was taken by the Ottawa Senators. Max just completed his second season at Ohio State as the number two scorer and was named to the CCHA All Rookie team his first season. Brad Navin was drafted by Buffalo Sabres and went straight from high school and has played 70 games for the Badgers in his first two seasons. Aaron Harstad has played 60 games for Colorado College of the WCHA in his first two seasons and is a draft choice of the Winnipeg Jets. We wish continued success to each of them of them.

U18 WEHL Division

Two players who played in the U18 division have committed to top college programs next fall. Dylan Zink has committed to the current NCAA D1 Champion University of Massachusetts-Lowell.

Ross Pavek has committed to D3 perennial power St. Norberts. Both players ended their junior career with the Jamestown Ironmen.

The goal of the WEHL U18 division is to prepare and develop players for their high school season and beyond. We have structured the 18 division to allow players to continue participating in their fall sport and not have to leave home to play in a Triple A Midget or Junior program. Playing against high competitions allows players to come into their high school season in top form.

Each year we have had a number of players participate as alternates with Team Wisconsin in the Upper Midwest Elite League. This league consistently has the most D1 college commits and NHL draft picks of any U18 league in the United States. If you made the final tryout camp for Team Wisconsin 18s, you are guaranteed a spot on your regional WEHL team. I would encourage each of you to take advantage of that opportunity.

We are very concerned about the cost of participation at the U18 level and also are particularly concerned about such things as ACT tests and other various high school activities. The season consists of ten games over five weekends (generally on Sundays), typically 12 ½ hours of practice and a three or four game tournament in the later part of October. The price for this is $450.

Many U18s have significantly elevated the priority of college and life beyond high school in terms of their focus. Therefore, we do not schedule as a league any spring events at the U18 level. If a team wants to participate in the State tournament and attempt to go to nationals, then that team would have to add an additional ten games in the fall. Additionally, the team would have to self fund all additional costs as a result of these additional games and spring play. If a player wants to move on through the junior ranks to attempt to play D1 or D3 hockey, we feel that those individuals should be able to do so in the spring by participating in Junior tryouts at their own expense. We had more than 20 WEHL alumni playing juniors this past season. Additionally, WAHA runs the Senior Showcase each spring. We are attempting to find a suitable spring tournament to showcase the league’s top high school juniors.

In summary, the U18 division of the WEHL provides an excellent hockey experience.


June 16, 2010

Registration is open and as tryouts draw closer for the 2010-11 season it is important to make everyone aware of a few new opportunities, take care of some overdue acknowledgements, and identify some league/divisional changes. For additional information please go to the website www.wi-ehl.net.

The WEHL has been granted 2 openings in the North American Prospects Tournament for the fall - 2010. With the backing of our advocates in the Janesville Jets, Commissioner Denny Scanlon has provided an exemption for our Before and After teams to compete in this highly scouted event. We suspect this is due in part to our quickly formed U14 All-Star team finishing so well last year, 2nd or 3rd depending on who you talk to, and Bill McCoshen's comments. In an email to the commissioner Bill said,' Denny -These kids can play. The WEHL sent two teams to Tier II nationals last season and the 16s made it to the championship game. Teams will be formed from both the U16 and U18 divisions, details forth coming, and will give more WEHL players an additional chance to be seen by Junior and College scouts. The coaches from the Bantam team who traveled to the event last year said they had never seen so many scouts at a youth hockey event! 

Congratulations to The Madison Elite 16U and Madison Elite 18U for such outstanding play at the Tier II USA Hockey National Tournaments. The 16's finished 2nd to a team they beat in the round robin and the 18's went 3-0 before losing in the quarter finals to the eventual National Runner ups.

A big nod goes out to the 5 players who were tendered or drafted who participated in the WEHL this past season. The list includes Pavek, Tesensky, Chapin, Larson, and Strasser. All three TW players drafted in the USHL this spring had all played at least 1 year in the WEHL. To date the WEHL has seen 24 players move on to TW. This is the best we can confirm at this point but there might be more! 

Gary Shuchuk, Madison WEHL Board Member and former U16 Elite and TW Coach, has accepted a coaching position with the UW Men's Badgers hockey team. After having several conversations with Gary he is convinced that he can continue his WEHL duties without interfering with his responsibilities with the Badgers. This means that we have a NA Junior team owner and UW Badger Coach involved in our decision making in the board and are convinced this cannot be a bad thing. Way to go Gary!

WIAA state tournament factoids - all 8 teams that made the trip to Madison this past March had players from the WEHL on their rosters. Current season WEHL participants were responsible for 24 or the 40 goals and 37 of the 58 assists awarded. Mitch Boreman, Wausau West/WEHL West U18, and Alex Tesenski, USM/Milwaukee U18, were number 1 and tied for number 2 in points respectively during the tournament.

WEHL 2010 League Changes ' for the first time ever we will have to increase the league fees to off-set several factors. Additionally the Elite Divisions will have to play 3 more games in the fall to meet USA Hockey team requirements. The new fees will be an increase of $50 in each division or $450 for Girls, U14, U16 Selects and $600 for U16 and U18 Elite. We debated this decision a lot but in the end felt this is a value when considering it to other programs or a summer camp. Players receive a uniform, 13 hours of practice, independent coaching, 14 to 24 games respectively, a tournament in the U14 and 2 in the Elite division and a chance to go to nationals. Now additional players will have the opportunity to exhibit their skills during the NA Prospects tournament!

Tryout times and coaches are currently being put on the WEHL website. Please check for updates.

Divisional updates ' for division specific questions please check out the website and direct any additional questions to your Divisional Coordinators.
 

Bantams ' after successfully completing its second season and putting together an all-star team from the league to compete in the North American leagues prospect tournament last season it was agreed that a U14 Team Wisconsin should be formed. Due to roster limitations only bantam eligible HS Freshman can be considered for this team and therefore it was suggested that it have some affiliation with the WEHL. The WEHL expects to continue the Bantam Division in all regions again.

Doug Coleman has assumed responsibilities as the U14 WEHL Division Supervisor. With this appointment Doug will use his organizational skills to help find coaches, ensure league information is accurately distributed to the teams, work on behalf of the Division at the WEHL board meetings.

Corey McCracken - leads the NEW TW 14 at an administrative level.

Girls ' Entering its second season we expect this division to stabilize considerably and are forming a team in the North West area of the state. Mary Ann Robinson from WAHA has stepped in as the Divisional Coordinator to help grow the division, manage both the reformed TW Girls U19 and U16 teams as well as the regional WEHL teams. TW players will be given the same opportunity to practice with their local WEHL teams as the Boys TW players currently have.

16U Selects ' as our direct feeder for the Elite the select program was given its own Supervisor this year. Rob Perry has taken on the roll and will report directly to Paul Caufield the U16E Supervisor.

16U Elite ' Aside for the All Star team being placed in the NAHL prospects tournament and having to complete 20 games in the fall this division remains mostly unchanged. Again congratulations to the Madison team which was ranked #1 in the country for most of the year and finished 2nd at the USA Hockey Nationals. Paul Caufield is the Division Supervisor and will be coaching the All Star U16 team for the Prospects tournament.

18U Elite ' This Division follows the same changes at the 16U Elite. Congratulations to Madison White on winning the State Tournament and advancing at nationals. Bob Schroeder is the Division Supervisor and will be coaching the All Star U18 team for the Prospects tournament.

More information will be sent directly to player pertinent to their divisions.

We are looking forward to the season!

See you at the rink!

Rene Cranston

 
 

2009-10 All-State Teams

March 3, 2010 
'The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) is pleased to announce our all-state teams for the 2009-10 season', said WEHL Commissioner Rene Cranston. 'The League strives in helping players get prepared for their high school season by providing a highly competitive environment for the elite high school players in Wisconsin. These players have taken this to a higher level, helping everyone around them improve, and deserve to be recognized for their excellent play. With our expansion into the Bantam and Girls Divisions this year I expect we will have additional people being recognized next year.' 

First Team 16U 
Dylan Anderson ' G (Team Madison)
Bryan Kronbereger ' D (Team North Central)
Brandt Rogers ' D (Team Milwaukee) 
Aaron Storch ' F (Team Milwaukee) Gage Maurer - F (Team Madison) 
Cameron Brown ' F (Team Madison) Nick Salaczynski - F (Team Milwaukee) 
Trevor Hoth

First Team 18U 
Brad Jerzewski - G (Team Madison)
Casey Nelson - D (Team North Central) 
Russell Oakes - D (Team Madison) 
Gage Maurer - F (Team Madison) 
Nick Salaczynski - F (Team Milwaukee) 
Jake Desantis - F (Team Western

Second Team 16U 
Charlie Mitch ' G (Team Milwaukee) 
Neil McMillan ' D (Team Madison) 
Keaton Bronston ' D (Team Western)
Jay Routheau ' F (Team North East) 
Daniel Litchke ' F (Team North West) 
Brett Skibba ' F (Team Madison)

Second Team 18U 
Sam Daniels - D (Team Madison
Jonathan Marquardt - G (Team North East) 
Tyler Jacobson - D (Team Madison) 
Max Strasser - F (Team North East)
Mitch Borneman - F (Team North Central) 
Hunter Scott - F (Team Western

Honorable Mention 
U16 18U 
Jason Ford (Team Madison)
Justin Yute (Team Milwaukee)
Austin Vieth (Team North East) 
David Knetter (Team North Central) 
Steven Phillips (Team North East) 
Jared Sprink (Team North Central) 
Gerald Mikel (Team North Central) 
Richard Mikel (Team North West) 
Jacob McCabe (Team Western)

18U 
Lukas Campbell (Team Western) 
Aaron Jacobson (Team Madison) 
Ross Pavek (Team North East) 
Alex Tesensky (Team Milwaukee) 
Tom Chapin (Team Milwaukee) 
Mark Lambrecht (Team North Central) 

Good luck to all of you still competing this week in Madison! We are proud of each and every one of you! January 1st, 2009
 

 

2008-09 All-State Teams Announced

 


The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) today announced the all-state teams from the fall 2008 Elite League season.

'The Wisconsin Elite League is pleased announce our all-state teams for the 2008-09 season', said WEHL Commissioner Rene Cranston. 'The League strives in helping players get better and these players deserve recognition for their outstanding play this past fall. Additionally the board agreed at its December meetings that this task was far more difficult this season as the overall depth in talent of the league continues to improve.'

First Team U-16
Austin Schmid ' G (Madison, Verona)
Tom Chapin ' D (Milwaukee, CMH/Pius)
Derek Knetter ' D (SP, Wausau West)
D Cody Hans (Madison, Oregon)
Brian Onken ' F (Madison, Verona)
Brad Navin' F (SP -Waupaca)
Trevor Hoth ' F (Madison, Stoughton)

First Team U-18
G Mitch Szepi (Milwaukee, Greendale)
D Nick Larue (E.C., Lacrosse)
D Cody Hans (Madison, Oregon)
F Alex Tesensky (Milwaukee, USM)
F Rob Dorrance (E.C., Rice Lake)
F Derek Lund (E.C., ECM)

Second Team U-16
Austin Priebe' G (SP, Wausau East)
Anthony Soo Hoo ' D (Milwaukee, CMH/Pius)
Andrew Knickerbocker ' D (EC, ECM)
Max Strasser ' F (NE, Beaver Dam)
Tyler Hanzlik' F (SP, WI Rapids)
Hunter Scott ' F (EC, ECM)

Second Team U-18
G Nick Kohn (Milwaukee, Arrowhead)
D Donovan Blakney (Milwaukee, Arrowhead)
D Chad Breunig (Madison, Sauk Prairie)
F Colin Fritz (Milwaukee, USM)
F Parker Tomczyk (S.P. Mosinee)
F T.J. Christensen (S.P. Antigo)

Honorable Mention for U18

Barron West (E.C., Rice Lake), Nick Janssen (N.E. Appleton) , Dane Maher (Milwaukee, USM) , Erik Larabell (N.E. Appleton) Brody Miller (N.E., Notre Dame)

Mitchael Borneman (S.P. Wausau West), Brian Berger (Milwaukee, Arrowhead), Trent Nienas (Milwaukee, CMH/Pius), Dustin Klitzke (N.E., Appleton) 

Honorable Mention for U16

Myles Galloway - (NE, Sheboygan) Matt Knapp (EC, ECM), Kyle Nickerson (Madison, Sun Prairie), Connor Donlan (S.P., SPASH), Jay Routheau (N.E., GB United), Alexander Dahl (E.C., ECM) Bryan Kronberger, (S.P., Rhinelander) 

Team Wisconsin

In an open ended agreement with TW, WEHL players can be asked to participate on weekends with Team Wisconsin when needed. This season TW called up more league players since the agreement was put in place. The players below are being recognized for their contribution to Team Wisconsin. 

U16 - Brad Navin and Tyler Hanzlik, Dylan Cleereman (N.E., Bayport), Chris Andersen (Madison, Edgewood), Alex Dahl U18 - Parker Tomczyk, Nick LaRue and Mitch Borneman

The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League was formed in cooperation with the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association in 2006 to assist in the development of Wisconsin high school hockey players. The WEHL provides high quality coaching, practices and games to prepare more than 300 high school hockey players each year for the WIAA season. The WEHL is sponsored by AT&T ' Wisconsin and Robert W. Baird ' Milwaukee.

 

 

The U16 team has tryouts on Aug 2nd with practice starting right away and the first game on Sept 6th. A skater who is a 1994 and an incoming freshmen has the choice to tryout for the U16 team on August 2nd. If that skater makes the U16 team then they have no restrictions on practices or games unless they are on the U14 team. The restrictions will be minor as the only real conflict is Sept 6th & 7th for games and the skater would need to play in all U14 games that weekend.

Example: 
1. Skater makes U14 team, pays $25 for tryout and $300 for team fee. Practice and play games July 19th-Sept 7th. 

2. Skater makes U16 team, pays $50 for tryout and $550 for team fee. Practice and play games Aug 2nd-Late October. Reassemble in March if team qualifies for State and play in the State Tournament. 

3. Skater makes U14 team at July 19th tryouts, pays $25 for tryout and $300 for team fee. Skater practices with U14 team and on Aug 2nd skater tries out for U16 team. Skater pays $25 (discounted from $50 for U14 players) to tryout for the U16 team. If the skater makes the U16 team they pay $550 to play U16. Skater continues to practice with all U14 sessions and plays all U14 games until end of season Tournament Sept 7th. Skater also practices when available at U16 practice and joins U16 game schedule after U14 Tournament Sept 6th-7th. U16 Skater playing both U14 & U16 might miss 2 games at the U16 level that weekend. Skater then commits full time to the U16 team for practice and games Sept 8th-Late October and during any after season in March. The only real overlap is the Sept 6th-7th weekend so the two seasons have nothing to do with each other. The U14 players that are 1995 birth years or incoming 8th graders with 1994 birth years are not eligible to play U16. 

USA Hockey registration - There seems to be some confusion about the USA Hockey registration number. We are required to do the new registration because our league straddles both years however this registration will take care of any spring programs you participate in next year. In order to register for tryouts you must complete the 2008-09 USA Hockey registration.

Congratulations go out to several of last years' players - who will be playing for Team Wisconsin and beyond:

 

  • Aaron Harstad (92) - Stevens Point WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U18, USA Hockey U17 National Team
  • Cody Dixon (92) - Milwaukee WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16/U18
  • Simon Leahy (92) - Milwaukee WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Russell Blaser (92) - Madison WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • David Chapin (92) - Milwaukee WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Matt Larson (92) - Stevens Point WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Todd Koritzinsky (92) - Madison WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Joey Haydock (92) - Stevens Point WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Alex Dahl (92) - Eau Claire/Tomah WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Gage Maurer (92) - Madison WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Max McCormick (92) - Appleton/Fond du Lac WEHL U16 - Team Wisconsin U16
  • Tommy Westmark (90) - Appleton/Fond du Lac WEHL U18 - Team Wisconsin U18

Please continue to check the website as coaches, practice and game times continue to be added and/or changed as we work towards the start of the season.

 

 

15 Wisconsin Elite League Players Make Coaches All-State Team


(Milwaukee) Fifteen players from the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) were selected to the all-state team by the Wisconsin Hockey Coaches Association. 

'We are pleased so many WEHL players received recognition for their outstanding play this high school season,' said Rene Cranston, Commissioner of WEHL. 

WEHL players honored by the WHCA include:

All-State First Team
Cody Lettau ' Fond du Lac High School ' Appleton/Fondy WEHL
Jordan Tredinnick ' Onalaska High School ' Tomah/Eau Claire WEHL
Johnny Byce ' Madison Memorial High School ' Madison WEHL
Greg Hanson ' DC Everest High School ' Stevens Point WHEL

All-State Honorable Mention
Shaun Borre ' Wisconsin Rapids High School ' Stevens Point WEHL
Kevin O'Donnell ' Stoughton High School ' Madison WEHL
Tommy Westmark ' Appleton United ' Appleton/Fondy WEHL
Cody Sokolik ' Fond du Lac High School ' Appleton/Fondy WEHL
Trevor Erickson ' Sparta High School ' Tomah/Eau Claire WEHL
Michael Bottcher ' Onalaska High School ' Tomah/Eau Claire WEHL
Ryan Tess-Wanat ' Fond du Lac High School ' Appleton/Fondy WEHL
Michael Wolter ' Antigo High School ' Stevens Point WEHL
Paul Zwiefel ' Monona Grove High School ' Madison WEHL
Skyler Rusch ' Middleton High School ' Madison WEHL
Alex Strassman ' Middleton High School ' Madision WEHL

Jordan Tredinnink, Johnny Byce, Greg Hanson, Shaun Borre, Tommy Westmark, Cody Sokolik, Ryan Tess-Wanat and Alex Strassman also received first or second team all-state recognition from the WEHL this past fall.
 

 

15 Wisconsin Elite League Anounces All-State Team


February 15, 2008

(Madison) The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) today announced the all-state teams from the fall 2007 Elite League season. 

'The Wisconsin Elite League is pleased announce our first ever all-state teams', said WEHL Commissioner Rene Cranston. 'The League is getting better every year and these players deserve recognition for their outstanding play this past fall', said Cranston.

First Team U-16 First Team U-18 
Aaron Pavelski ' G (SPASH) Alex Strassman ' G (Middleton) 
Justin Hale ' D (Stoughton) Johnny Byce ' D (Madison Memorial) 
Derek Knetter ' D (Wausau West) Ryan Tess-Wanat ' D (Fond du Lac)
Ezra McPhail ' F (Antigo) Cody Sokolik ' F (Fond du Lac) 
Alex Tesensky ' F (University School) Tommy Westmark ' F (Appleton United) 
Brian Berger ' F (Arrowhead) Shaun Borre ' F (Wisconsin Rapids) 
Second Team U-16 Second Team U-18 
Nick Kohn ' G (Arrowhead) John Peret ' G (Germantown)
Tyler Roberg ' D (Rice Lake) Cody Hans ' D (Oregon) 
Cody Dixon ' D (University School) Matt Berger ' D (Arrowhead) 
Russell Blaser ' F (Monona Grove) Jordan Tredinnick ' F (Onalaska) 
Jordan Schmidt ' F (Wausau West) Michael Jones ' F (Fond du Lac) 
Nicholas Jannsen ' F (Appleton United) Greg Hanson ' F (DC Everest)
All League Selection 
Connor McBride ' F (Arrowhead) 

*Connor McBride was called up to the Team Wisconsin Minor roster near the end of the Elite League season because of his outstanding play in the WEHL and for the contribution he made when he played with Team Wisconsin as an alternate. 

The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League, formerly the Wisconsin High School Elite League, was formed in cooperation with the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association in 2006 to assist in the development of Wisconsin high school hockey players. The WEHL provides high quality coaching, practices and games to prepare more than 200 high school hockey players each year for the WIAA season. The WEHL is sponsored by AT&T ' Wisconsin and Robert W. Baird ' Milwaukee.
 

 

Wisconsin Elite League Anounces All-State Teams


February 15, 2008
Contact: Rene Cranston (414) 540-3307

(Madison) The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) today announced the all-state teams from the fall 2007 Elite League season. 

'The Wisconsin Elite League is pleased announce our first ever all-state teams', said WEHL Commissioner Rene Cranston. 'The League is getting better every year and these players deserve recognition for their outstanding play this past fall', said Cranston. 

First Team U-16 First Team U-18 
Aaron Pavelski ' G (SPASH) Alex Strassman ' G (Middleton) 
Justin Hale ' D (Stoughton) Johnny Byce ' D (Madison Memorial) 
Derek Knetter ' D (Wausau West) Ryan Tess-Wanat ' D (Fond du Lac)
Ezra McPhail ' F (Antigo) Cody Sokolik ' F (Fond du Lac) 
Alex Tesensky ' F (University School) Tommy Westmark ' F (Appleton United)
Brian Berger ' F (Arrowhead) Shaun Borre ' F (Wisconsin Rapids) 

Second Team U-16 Second Team U-18 Nick Kohn ' G (Arrowhead) John Peret ' G (Germantown) Tyler Roberg ' D (Rice Lake) Cody Hans ' D (Oregon) Cody Dixon ' D (University School) Matt Berger ' D (Arrowhead) Russell Blaser ' F (Monona Grove) Jordan Tredinnick ' F (Onalaska) Jordan Schmidt ' F (Wausau West) Michael Jones ' F (Fond du Lac) Nicholas Jannsen ' F (Appleton United) Greg Hanson ' F (DC Everest) 

All League Selection 
Connor McBride ' F (Arrowhead) 

*Connor McBride was called up to the Team Wisconsin Minor roster near the end of the Elite League season because of his outstanding play in the WEHL and for the contribution he made when he played with Team Wisconsin as an alternate. 

The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League, formerly the Wisconsin High School Elite League, was formed in cooperation with the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association in 2006 to assist in the development of Wisconsin high school hockey players. The WEHL provides high quality coaching, practices and games to prepare more than 200 high school hockey players each year for the WIAA season. The WEHL is sponsored by AT&T ' Wisconsin and Robert W. Baird ' Milwaukee.
 

 

Wisconsin High School Elite League Changes Name and Announces New Commissioner

Date: February 13, 2008
For information contact: Bill McCoshen (608) 258-8411

(Madison) The Wisconsin High School Elite League (WHSEL) has changed its' name to the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL). The action was taken at the January 16th WEHL Board meeting in Madison. The name was changed to potentially incorporate a new bantam Tier II 'before' division in the fall of 2008.

The WEHL Board also announced that Rene Cranston has been elected Commissioner of the League. Cranston replaces Dan Schachte. 'Dan is a tough act to follow. He did more to help get the league going than most hockey people will ever realize', said Rene Cranston.

Other members of the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League Board include; Don Kohlman, Mike Connor, Dave Witting, Eric Fenton, Ian Holloway, Bill McCoshen, Neil Anderson, Tom Slocum, Paul Caufield, Gary Shuchuk, John Zea and Tony Renlund. 

The Wisconsin Elite Hockey League was formed in cooperation with the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association in 2006 to assist in the development of Wisconsin high school hockey players. The WEHL provides high quality coaching, practices and games to prepare more than 200 high school hockey players each year for the WIAA season. The WEHL is sponsored by AT&T-Wisconsin and Robert W. Baird ' Milwaukee.
 

  
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