Whitby Wolves Bring home the Flames Cup!, News (Whitby Girls Hockey Association)

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Whitby Wolves Bring home the Flames Cup!
Submitted By Tyler Barnett on Monday, October 30, 2017
The Whitby Wolves would like to thank the Clarington Flames for hosting the 4th annual Flames Day event for a full day of games, pizza and friendly competition. 

We would also wish to express our gratitude to Mayor Don Mitchell for dropping the puck to get the event started.  Thank you for supporting the Whitby Wolves!

The Whitby Wolves brought home bring the cup home again this year overall points finish of 14 Whitby - 10 Clarington. 



Clarington won big in the food drive.  With the combined efforts of the Whitby Wolves and Clarington Flames a total of 3 van loads of food was donated…totaling almost 1300 to 1500 pounds of food!

Congratulations to all the players who participated! 
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