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  • NIAGARA PLAYS STRONG OVER WEEKEND The Niagara Whalers traveled North for a two game road trip in Toronto against the Toronto Attack and North York Renegades squads. Niagara showed strong and walked away splitting weekend action.
  • NIAGARA ROUNDING INTO FORM The expansion Niagara Whalers of the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League are starting to round into form. An impressive 11-4 victory over the Toronto Predators made a statement to the rest of the league. After a season of ups-and-downs, the Niagara Squad is starting to show consistency.
  • WHALERS FALL TO CAMBRIDGE Fellow expansion team, the Cambridge Bears, were in town to take on the surging Niagara Whalers. The Whalers were coming off back-to-back victories against Toronto clubs, but could not pull this one out falling 3-2 in regulation.
  • NIAGARA PICKS UP 10TH VICTORY The Niagara Whalers improved the season record to 10-7-2 with a strong 6-3 victory over fellow expansion team the North York Renegades. David Christopher lead the way offensively with three points (2g, 1a) to be named first star of the game.
  • WHALERS LOOKING TO BOUNCE BACK It has been a streaky season for the expansion Niagara Whalers through their first year in the Ontario based Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL). After opening October with an impressive five game win streak, the Whalers have dropped their last three.
  • WHALERS IN THE COMMUNITY The Niagara Whalers, having lost in overtime last Sunday, took their digs back tonight in a second game this week against the Halton Ravens, winning 7 to 3 at the Vale Health and Wellness Centre. Fans were expecting to see a game against Downsview, but instead, Halton returned to face off against the Whalers....
  • STRONG START TO SEASON The Niagara Whalers are sitting with a record of 2-2-1 through the first five games of the 2014-2015 season. Despite a off-game yesterday evening against the Toronto Blue Ice Jets, the Whalers club has preformed exceptionally for a first year expansion franchise. ...
  • WHALERS WIN FIRST EVER GAME The Niagara Whalers organization has picked up their first 'win' at the Junior A level. Sunday night, the favoured Toronto Blue Ice Jets came to town and be the first opponent in the Vale Centre. The Whalers came out with a dominant 4-0 win.
  • WHALERS ANNOUNCE ROSTER The Niagara Whalers have announced their roster for the 2014-2015 season. After several rookie, tryout and main camps, this year's edition of the Whalers will compete for the Russell Cup Championship. Click here to view the players.


Niagara Whalers Hockey has established itself as one of the premier hockey programs in North America. The Niagara Whalers organization has been granted acceptance into the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL) and opened a Tier II Jr. A level club.

The Whalers have operated one of the premier spring AAA hockey clubs in North America for many years. Expanding the program into the junior level of hockey now offers our players a logical stepping stone into junior hockey.

The entire organization is very excited to begin play in 2014-15 and bring a community focused team to the Niagara region.