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REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

ATLANTIC REGION: 23 - 27 January 2023, Gagetown   
CANADA WEST REGION: 15 - 20 January 2023, Edmonton 
ONTARIO REGION: 23 - 27 January 2023, Trenton
QUEBEC REGION: 30 January - 3 February 2023, Valcartier 


NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 

26 February - 3 March 2023, Wainwright

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CISM

N/A 2023

  • Master Corporal S. Wannamaker

    CHIEF OFFICIAL View Bio
    2022 - present

    Master Corporal S. Wannamaker

    CHIEF OFFICIAL
    MCpl Wannamaker is an enthusiastic official who brings 30 years of officiating experience to the arena. He is a current Level V whose officiating journey began at the age of 13, refereeing weekly old timer’s games with his father. The following year he registered as a new official with the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and in 2001 was hired by the Ontario Hockey Association to officiate Junior and University hockey where he worked numerous Provincial Junior Hockey League, Ontario Junior Hockey League and Ontario University Athletics playoff games. He was also selected to referee for the Carr-Harris Cup on multiple occasions; Canada’s oldest hockey rivalry between Queens University and the Royal Military College as well as the 3 Royal Military College versus West Point Academy Challenge Cup games.
     
    Equally skilled off ice as he is on, MCpl Wannamaker is a former supervisor and instructor at the CAF Ontario Region Referee School, mentor and key player in the implementation of CAF National Hockey Referee Jerseys. “I am looking forward to working with all of our hockey officials across the CAF, both on and off the ice, and continuing to develop and grow the Officiating Program for the benefit all hockey participants.”
     
    Continually seeking opportunities to grow, MCpl Wannamaker is working toward a B.Sc in Sports Management-Sports Administration. When he’s not in the arena you’ll find him hitting the links with his wife and 3 children.
     
    PREVIOUS CHIEF OFFICIALS
    2020 - 2022 Master Warrant Officer J.S. Petitpas
    2015 - 2019 Chief Petty Officier 2nd Class Y. Ouellet   
    2015 Mr. S. Rainville
    2014 Mr. T. Sharpe
    2008 - 2013 Major R. Stakes
    Unknown - 2007 Warrant Officier D. Moriarty
  • Vice-Admiral J.R. Aucherlonie

    Vice-Admiral J.R. Aucherlonie

    PATRON View Bio
    Vice-Admiral J.R. Aucherlonie
    2019 - present

    Vice-Admiral J.R. Aucherlonie

    PATRON

    Vice-Admiral Bob Auchterlonie was born in Cumberland, British Columbia and was fortunate to play with the very successful Comox Valley Chiefs throughout Minor Hockey, which included 2 Provincial Championships in 5 appearances. He enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces on completion of High School forgoing the BCHL with his teammates, but made the jump to the CIS with the Royal Military College Redmen as an 18 year old.  

    While at RMC, he played all four years on the Varsity Redmen graduating in 1991 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and as Captain of the Varsity Hockey Team. Throughout his Naval Career he has continued to play on bases and unit teams throughout Canada and the US, including winning the 94/95 Men’s National Championship with the CFB Esquimalt Tritons.  He has been fortunate to pass on his love of the game to his sons who have played competitively in minor hockey and continue to play junior hockey today. VAdm Auchterlonie has coached competitively for the past decade with great coaches and mentors throughout Canada and is confident the game is in good hands. 

    His playing days are now limited and mostly involve teams with the name “Old” in them; Old Sailor, Old Generals, Old GO/FOs, but he continues to be a defensive liability and occasionally scores on old goalies.  In 2018 he was appointed as the CAF Hockey Patron by the Chief of the Defence-Staff and is honoured to represent and serve the CAF as we grow Canada’s Game.

    PREVIOUS PATRONS
    2014 - 2018 Rear-Admiral J.P.G. Couturier                                                        
    2011 - 2013 Major-General S.P. Noonan
    2007 - 2010 Colonel D. Cooper
    Uknown - 2006 Lieutenant-General J.H.P.M. Caron