The Mound Westonka Hockey Association seeks to provide a community and volunteer-driven program to promote the growth and development of our players. Our Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence.
Mound Westonka Hockey Association
P.O. Box 266
Mound, MN 55364
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***The warming house and skating rink will be closed on Sunday, Feb. 7th, due to the warm weather. Please stay off the ice!!!***
The schedule is posted under the Calendar Tab above. Click on the tab then click on the Shirley Hills 'tag' and the schedule will appear.
Mon thru Thurs--If there is a practice scheduled, that team has priority on the rink. If there is no team practice scheduled, then it is open hockey/skating for all.
All Friday nights, Saturday's and Sunday's are open hockey/skating for all to enjoy. Warming house hours on these days are;
During the above hours, our warming house will be supervised by the National Honor Society (NHS) students from Mound Westonka High School.
Thank you students for providing this great service to our community!!!!!
Please check back frequently for updates.
Nine Mound Westonka Hockey Alumni are part of the 2015-2016 Delano Junior Gold Hockey team. Goalie Noah Henderson, Defensemen Logan Poikonen, Parker Larson, Will Timberg and David Ogren as well as forwards Willie Togstad, Wyatt Tatge, Brendan Dreyer and Max Englert.
The Delano Jr. Gold team continued its hot play in the district last week by traveling to Maple Grove and defeating a very strong OMG team 4 to 3. Tied at 2 going into the 3rd period, Jake Blackwell and Wyatt Tatge both scored to give the Tigers the road victory. Later in the week, Delano hung tight for two periods but eventually lost to #3 Edina.
Over the weekend the Jr. Gold team had a great showing at the tournament in Albert Lea by winning 3 of the 4 games played and taking home the Consolation Championship trophy.
Delano may have played its best game of the year in a 3 to 2 loss to #6 in the state, Tartan. Tied at 2 going into the 3rd period, Tartan scored a goal with 3 minutes left in the game. Delano pulled the goalie with a minute remaining and applied tremendous pressure but couldn’t tie it up. With 5 seconds remaining, Conner Berg broke from the point, and fired for the upper corner but was stopped by a nice glove save. Delano’s Noah Henderson “stood on his head” and faced 55 shots in the loss.
Delano then went on to win 3 consecutive games in 2 days defeating teams from 3 different states. They defeated Des Moines 13 to 1, Sioux Falls 7 to 2, and Mahtomedi 8 to 5. All three goalies (Blake Mahler, Bryce Farniok, and Noah Henderson) recorded victories in the tournament. Almost all the players contributed in the scoring with Josh Elkjer, Willy Togstad and Wyatt Tatge all recording hat tricks. Team Captain Logan Poikonen led the team in scoring with 4 goals and 10 assists in the tournament.
Next up for the Jr. Gold team is a tournament the weekend of Jan 29 - 31 in Buffalo.
Team picture, below, in Gallery.
For the 2015-2016 season Mound Westonka has strengthened its partnership with the Orono Girls program by extending the cooperative agreement to cover U6 - U12 programs. The MWHA has also partnered with Orono and maintains a separate Orono-Westonka Girls website to help with calendars, information and team communications for all of the girls programs. Registration will be through each player’s home association.
Click on the link to the left to be re-directed to the site.