About Us

Travel Hockey

Youth travel hockey is considered a competitive league, whereas teams will hold tryouts and select players based on their individual skills.  Players are then assigned teams in the appropriate age and skill classification, and compete against other players in and out of state. Travel hockey is a commitment, and requires dedication from both player and families to reach maximum potential.

Travel Season

The travel hockey season runs from mid August thru February. If your team qualifies to compete for the State Championships, Regional Finals, or National Finals, you can expect to play thru March and possibly into early April. Teams typically practice twice a week for 1 hour on the ice as a team. Most teams will also conduct off ice training and conditioning. The home rink of the Golden Wolves is Pines Ice Arena, located at 12425 Taft Street, Pembroke Pines, FL 33028.

Mission Statement

The Golden Wolves Hockey program is committed to delivering the most comprehensive hockey training available to youth of all ages. We are dedicated to improving the skills and confidence of our youth hockey players, while providing a positive learning experience as we challenge our players to grow in every aspect of the game. We recognize that ice hockey is just a game, and our program provides the best possible opportunity to have fun while playing the sport of ice hockey. We also recognize that skills and knowledge learned from playing ice hockey will last a lifetime, and can be invaluable tools used both on and off the ice.

All of our programs, regardless of level, are structured to provide players with the latitude for individual growth, and will enable each participant to reach their maximum potential, while helping to prepare them to succeed in life's competitive environment. Golden Wolves Hockey promotes personal pride and positive character.  It is our goal to cultivate sportsmanship, respect, cooperation and self discipline amongst players, coaches, parents, spectators and teams. Golden Wolves Hockey also recognizes the importance of the student-athletes academic experience, and places its highest values on academic achievement. The student comes first; the athlete is second.

The cornerstone and driving principle of our organization is our commitment to youth and our community.


All of our coaches are looking for players who have the desire, dedication and discipline to play travel hockey. This includes a willingness to attend all practices, off-ice conditioning (if any), games, and tournaments. Coaches expect players to have the self-discipline to notify the coach or team manager of any conflicts, perform well in school, and budget their time to avoid excuses for not completeing homework, tests or chores at home. Above all, our coaches expect all players to be respectful of others.

While we understand that every player must balance their home, school, and hockey life, a commitment to a travel team implies a commitment and a responsibility to teammates and the coaching staff. Discipline is also expected on and off the ice regarding proper behavior. Fighting, profanity, and disrespect for other people (including teammates, opponents and game officials,) and disrespect for property will not be tolerated, and may result in disciplinary action including suspension from games or practices or suspension from the team. The Golden Wolves Travel Hockey program has a long history of fielding teams that play the game with dignity and respect, whether they are winning or losing, and we will not allow this tradition to be compromised.

In this regard, and in the best interests of the program, players and coaches, Golden Wolves Travel Hockey may exercise its right to deny participation to a player or parent based on prior incidents involving the player and/or a parent.

Players and parents will be provided a “Code of Conduct” that they will be required to sign. This “ Code of Conduct” will detail what is expected from them regarding their responsibility to the team.

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