KW INLINE - KW RAGE
REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS, TRYOUTS, AND TOURNAMENT PLAY
KW Rage Representative Program
- Rage representative teams are organized, developed and operated by youth and adult volunteers with the support, guidance and assistance of the KW Inline Hockey League
- Opportunities to compete in tournament play are available for all age groups and levels of skill, beginners - AAA
- Rage teams generally consist of 8-10 skaters and 1-2 goaltenders
- Opportunity to play is dependent on the level of commitment from players, parents and volunteers
- Roster positions, cost, commitment, and tournament locations vary from year to year
- League guidance is provided to all players, volunteer coaches and team assistants wishing to participate in the KW Rage representative program.
- Opportunities are available for elite level players to tryout and compete for our Ontario Provincial and Canadian National teams
KW Rage Jr A - GLi Hockey League
- In the 2017 season, the KW Rage Junior A's captured the GLi Championship and brought the Harold Schultz Memorial Cup back home to Waterloo.
- The GLi will be taking a one year hiatus in the 2018 season.
- For further information, please contact Scott D. Buehlow, Head Coach, KW Rage Jr A's, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-364-5734
"GLi League Champions will be awarded the Harold Schulz Memorial Cup"
Canada Inline - Canadian National Teams and Tryouts
- In 2018 Canada Inline will select Canadian National Teams to compete in the World Championships in the Czech Republic, the AAU National Championships in California and the FIRS World Championships in Italy.
- In 2017, KW Inline member Aidan Quish was selected to Team Canada's U16 roster and Drew Gerth and Carter Buehlow to the Canadian Junior Men's roster.
- Youth and adult Canadian National Team tryouts will take place May 5, Maple Grove Arena, Oakville, Ontario.
NIHA - National Inline Hockey Association
- Roller Hockey Canada select the top professional inline hockey players to participate in the IIHF-International Inline Hockey Federation, World Championships.
- Team Canada won gold in the 2015 IIHF World Championships in Tampere, Finland.
- Qualifying as the number one seed for the 2017 IIHF's in Slovakia, Team Canada fell short of the medal rounds, being defeated by the Czech Republic in the quarter finals.
State Wars - Ontario Provincial Teams and Tryouts
- An independent committee of State War representatives select the top A/AA and AAA players in each birth year as Provincial team members.
- State Wars hosts an International Championship each year in divisions 6U through to Professional.
- Players selected to represent their Province compete against teams from across North America for the State Wars Championship.
- In 2017 KW Inline members, Cameron Hyjek, Eastan Eckert, Drew Gerth, Aidan Quish and Carter Buehlow won gold in the 2000AAA division
- Team Ontario tryouts will take place at Maple Grove Arena, Oakville, ON, May 4-5.
- State Wars Championships take place in St. Peters, Missouri, July 25 - August 6.
NARCh - North American Roller Hockey Championships
- NARCh hosts both East and West Coast Championships for house league to professional players, in all age divisions.
- Teams wishing to participate in a NARCh Final must first enter a Regional Qualifier in order to acquire a ranking.
- Regional Qualifiers take place in Detroit, MI, May 25-27 and Mississauga, ON, June 8-10.
- NARCh East Coast Finals take place in Alpharetta, GA, July 12-22.
- West Coast Finals take place in Irvine, CA, June 21- July 1.
TORHS - US National Inline Hockey Championships
- TORHS hosts a National Championship for A/AA through to professional players, in all age divisions.
- Teams wishing to participate at TORHS Nationals must first enter a preliminary qualifying tournament in order to acquire a ranking.
- Nationals take place July 6-15 in Wesley Chapel, F
TCS Roller Hockey
- TCS host a number of tournaments throughout the United States with most divisions and levels of play available.
KW Inline Hockey is a member board run, not for profit organization which is operated by adult and youth community volunteers with the support of the City's of Waterloo and Kitchener.
Players, volunteer coaches and assistants wishing to assemble a team and/or participate in the KW Rage representative program, please contact;
Scott D. Buehlow,
Director of Representative Hockey, KW Inline Hockey