Alberta Wolpack AAA Spring Hockey

Welcome to the home of the ALBERTA WOLFPACK


Our new set of tryout dates are set to kick off on Dec 23rd, 2016 at the new downtown arena. Join us as we work to solidify our teams starting in the Oilers practice rink.

We will be fielding the following teams this season: 2005, 2006, 2006(North), 2007, and 2008.

Our tryout dates, times, and locations are the following:

• 2008-Friday, December, 23rd, 6:00pm-7:00pm, New downtown arena(Edmonton)

• 2007-Monday, January, 2nd, 6:15pm-7:30pm, Leduc Rec Center(Leduc)

• 2006-Monday, January 2nd, 7:15-8:30pm, Alexandra(Leduc), and February, 20th(Family Day), 12:00pm-1:15pm, The Meadows(Edmonton)

• 2006(North)-Friday, December, 30th, 7:15pm-8:45pm, Scott Safety(Whitecourt)

• 2005-Friday, December, 23rd, 7:15pm-8:15pm, New downtown arena(Edmonton)

To register please visit our documents section and download the appropriate registration and waiver form.

THE WOLFPACK FOUNDATION aka, THE ALBERTAWOLFPACK, was founded in 1994  by our founder, Dr. Robert Hetherington.  His vision was to hand pick, or scout the best players in all of Alberta to form an all-star team to compete against the best in all of North America.  These are tournament traveling teams and are specific to year of birth.

The Alberta Wolfpack is a non-profit corporation and relies on sponsorship and fundraising to help make the spring fees more affordable. 

At our peak we had 21 teams based out of Whitecourt, Edmonton, and Calgary. 

As one of the original spring organizations we have had much success in winning tournaments all over North America and plan on expanding each year. 

We have had many players from both organizations move on to have very successful careers at very high levels of hockey.  Including Junior B, Junior A, WHL, AHL, and even a few to the NHL.

Our goal is to develop our hockey players and offer them a unique experience to compete at the highest level possible, but yet be feasible for the average family.

OBJECTIVES: The corporation has three major objectives: (1) promote sports among youths, (2) create research programs to assess youth sports programs, and (3) create educational programs to improve youth sports technical ability and performance.

Check out our contact us or News pages for more details.

HLHS Summer Hockey Program

• Hockey school in game format.
• Register as a team or individual.
• Friends can play together regardless of skill level.
• Teaching the principles of team play.
• Certified Instructors and Officials.
• Instructional game tactics.
• Goaltending instruction during games.
• 17 game weekend schedule, 1.5 hour ice times, no long weekend games.
• Music during stoppages, goals and assists announced.
• June-August.
• Year end tournament.
• Initiation through to Junior divisions.
Please visit to register.  For all other inquires please contact:Ryan Hetherington,, 780-908-4547.