Whalers Tryout results for Mites, Squirts, PeeWee and Bantam posted under the Tryouts tab above.

Welcome to the Whalers Youth Hockey Association

The Whalers is a youth ice hockey organization for boys and girls from locations in Middlesex County and other surrounding towns in the Middletown & Cromwell, CT area. We offer instructional (Learn To Play & House League) and competitive levels of play for children from four years of age through high school.

Our "home ice" is at Champions Skating Center in Cromwell, CT.   We are members of the Connecticut Hockey Conference, CT Valley Midget Hockey League and USA HOCKEY. Our Tier II, III, and IV level Travel Teams play games with similar teams from other organizations around the state and occasionally travel to other locations throughout the region for tournament competition.

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Champions Skating Center

Champions Policy Update November 11, 2020

We want to thank everyone for their patience and understanding during the COVID season and the recent change to the spectator situation.
With that being said, we once again will be allowed 1 spectator per player inside the rink for games and practices. NO SIBLINGS. Coaches still count as the one spectator for their player.
ALSO: THERE IS NO ENTRY THOUGH THE LOWER RINK. All entry MUST go through the upper rink, WITH WAIVERS, before heading to the lower rink. Please do not prop the lower rink entrance door open as that creates a safety issue as well as the possibility of additional people sneaking into the building.




4. Waivers need to be completed and can be found at  https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.leagueathletics.com/Text/Documents/1792/99425.pdf.  
5. LiveBarn is available for viewing (If you haven't signed up yet use the code: cham-pion to save 10%)
Pandemic Response:
As we start the hockey season we must be prepared when a player or parent in any association becomes symptomatic and/or receives a COVID-19 positive test result.
In accordance with state and local privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations, youth sports organizations should notify  local health officials , youth sports program staff, officials and families of any programs with which a confirmed positive COVID-19 player/parent has shared ice/rink space for practices, games or skill sessions   immediately. Please be certain to maintain confidentiality in accordance with the  Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)  and other applicable laws and regulations. Additionally, please notify   Chuck Wilkerson,   CHC President. 
Advise those who have had   close contact   with a person diagnosed with COVID-19 to stay home and   self-monitor for symptoms , and to follow   CDC guidance   if symptoms develop. 
I have attached a simple chart to help those who test positive and those who were in close contact with someone who tested positive understand isolation/quarantine guidelines. These guidelines are drawn from the Connecticut State Department of Education in collaboration with the DPH.

by: Whalers Communication

COVID-19 Guidelines and Waiver

Hello to all the hockey families that will be coming to Champions Skating Center,

To be in compliance with the Champions Skating Center as well as Connecticut State Guidelines regarding COVID-19 we ask that you click on the attached link to review releated documents.  The waiver should be printed out and turned in for each visit to the rink.  One waiver per family with the parent's and child's name listed on the form, but you must complete both forms and most importantly include a phone number!


Please click here for Waiver form and Guidelines for entering the Champions Skating Center


All players must bring their own full water bottle as fountains will not be open.

Visiting teams must turn in their completed waivers to the Whalers Team Manager for the team they are playing.

by: Whalersinfo Webmaster

Bantams Win Stowe Winter Carnival

The Whalers Bantam A team won the Stowe Winter Carnival Tournament with a come from behind victory over the Southeastern Seahawks.

The Whalers started out slow in the final game with the Seahawks taking an early 4-1 lead. The Whalers fought back and tied the game 4-4 in the 3rd. The overtime 4 on 4 was exciting with both teams having multiples opportunities and the game ended in a tie. Then on to the shootout where the Whalers took home the trophy.

The Seahawks had previously beaten the Whalers 5-2 the day before. The Whalers won two squeakers 3-2  and 5-3 against 2 very good Stowe and Maine teams to get into the tournament final.

The Whalers took home the Best Goalie Sward in the skills competition.

Congratulations to the Team, Coaches, and Parents on a great tournament.

Go Whalers

by: Whalers Information

Warwick RI Thanksgiving Mite - Half Ice Championship


The Whalers Mite A team spent Thanksgiving weekend competing with teams from RI, MA, and NH and giving thanks for great teamwork and a strong effort by all. After winning all four games in the round robin including hanging on to a one-goal lead as time expired in the fourth game; the Whalers were seeded second for the playoffs.


The Whalers were able to ride that momentum winning its quarterfinal and semifinal games in convincing fashion. Behind strong defense and netminding as well as crisp passing and timely scoring, the Whalers won the Warwick RI Thanksgiving Mite - Half Ice Championship by a score of 8 - 4 against the number one seed.


Congratulations to the Whalers Mite A team, its players and coaches!!!

by: Whalers Information

Andy Noel Columbus Day Tournament

Congratulations to the Whalers Bantam A team and Coaches for winning the Andy Noel Columbus Day tournament. The team went undefeated in 5 games with two shutouts. They played a hard fought battle on Columbus day against a very good Wonderland team to take the title. 

Bantam A

by: Whalers Information