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Congrats to Trey Doell

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 03/19/2018, 8:45pm CST

Trey Doell Wins Roger Neilson Award

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 03/19/2018, 8:45pm CST

Grand Prairie, AB Product off to great start in post junior hockey life

2017-2018 Player Awards

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 03/16/2018, 6:30am CST

Season Wrapped Up With Year End Banquet & Player awards

UNCLAIMED 50/50 Ticket At Last Night's Game

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 03/02/2018, 7:45pm CST

Unclaimed ticket worth $1110

Wolves Take On Local Emergency Services

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 02/27/2018, 6:00pm CST

RCMP, EMS, Fire, NAO, SERM, and more take on Wolves

Chase the Cup Raffle Tickets Available Online!

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 01/18/2018, 5:45pm CST

Support the team by purchasing your tickets right now ONLINE!

Antonio Di Paolo named Player of the Game

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 01/16/2018, 6:15am CST

Di Paolo stood out at SHJL/MJHL showcase in Regina

Wolves Acquire Zach Bannister

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 01/16/2018, 6:00am CST

Grand Praire product acquired at trade deadline last week

Ice Wolves Trade Chartrand

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 01/16/2018, 5:45am CST

Wolves welcome 18yo Sam Harris from Ft. Meyers, Florida

Video Feature: Drayton Thunderchief

By La Ronge Ice Wolves 12/17/2017, 8:00pm CST

Drayton Thunderchief - First Indigenous Captain of the La Ronge Ice Wolves!

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Ice Wolves Alumnist Returns to Lead the Pack

The La Ronge Ice Wolves are proud to announce that former Ice Wolf, Evan Vossen has been named the new Head Coach/GM for the La Ronge Ice Wolves.

Evan, who originally hails from Swift Current, played for the Wolves from 2004-2007.  He went on to captain the McGill Redmen to their first ever CIS championship in 2012 (and scored the winning goal to boot.)

After his tenure with McGill, he played for the Utah Grizzlies, Missouri Mavericks and Indy Fuel in the ECHL.

In 3 season with the Wolves, Evan put up 49 goals, 47 assists and 99 pims in 158 games.

The Ice Wolves organization and fans welcome Evan and his wife, Rachel to our community.