Our Hockey History
Whistler Minor Hockey Association was incorporated as a Society in 1992 and became a part of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association a short time later, only through the hard work and perseverance of many long-time families, eager to bring minor hockey to our community. Among those dedicated community members was Tony Tyler, in whose honour jersey # 4 has been retired.
WMHA appreciates the strong support received from the Whistler area business community each year. Without this, our association would not flourish. Our players proudly wear the name "Whistler" on the front of their jerseys, knowing they are on the ice with the support of the whole extended community.
Among our members are players residing in Pemberton, Mount Currie, and D'Arcy to the north, and as far south as Black Tusk. Our players, whether participating in recreational or representative hockey, come together to form a sport community, all of us travelling long distances for games throughout the Lower Mainland and Washington State, through all weather conditions, for the love of the sport.
WMHA takes pride in our hockey community, and strives to meet the needs of a small but diverse membership of all levels and ages of players. Whether taking their first skate at Hockey 1, or Midget players progressing to elite levels, they are all on the Whistler team.
Meadow Park Sports Centre is located 4 kilometres north of Whistler Village and is easily accessible from a number of ways.