Founded in 2006 and entering our ninth season, the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) has continued to evolve providing upper level high school players the opportunity to further develop skills and compete in a league with like talented players.
The goals of the WEHL are clear:
The WEHL coaching staffs are directed and understand the objective of developing players in a competitive and learning environment.
To complement the excellent coaching, competitive practices and league play, the WEHL provides exposure to its players with age group specific invitational tournaments, which includes all WEHL teams along with top level Tier II teams from throughout the country, and an opportunity for returning U18 age players to be selected to participate in a spring Elite Exposure Tournament.
Additionally, the WEHL Board of Directors and coaches are in constant contact with the U-14, 16 and 18 Team Wisconsin representatives providing them with information on potential players for their teams.
Having a before and after season format allows the WEHL to complement, not compete, for players at the youth hockey or high school level.
So, if you are a Wisconsin youth or high school player who wants to take your game to the next level, the WEHL is just the place to take that next step!
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 600 high school hockey players each year for the WIAA and WAHA seasons.