Lansing Wolves

The Lansing Wolves are a Tier II Junior Hockey Team competing in the Great Lakes Premier Division for the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL). Much like a wolf pack teaching their pups, the Lansing Wolves organization provides the opportunity to increase each of our player’s skills to help them advance and succeed in the future. We assist athletes with developing life skills such as time management and how to collectively work as a team. Once a player is able to move forward in organization, they move up to Tier I or go directly to a NCAA Division III school, an American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) school, and/or a Northern Collegiate Hockey (NCHA) school.

The Lansing Wolves prepare, practice, and play at The Summit Sports and Ice Complex located in Dimondale, Michigan. This state of the art facility features two ice arenas, a newly managed world class gymnastics training facility, two full-size indoor soccer fields, and a multi-purpose workout facility. Annually, The Summit is host to numerous tournaments, competitions, and conventions. Each year it has approximately 1 million patrons come through their doors. Last year was our first season at the Summit and our Wolf Den helped the complex reach 1.25 million patrons during the 2017-2018 season.

The Lansing Wolves are seen locally, nationally, and internationally. In our upcoming season our team will travel to Chicago, Boston, and New Hampshire. Being a part of the USPHL, our games will be broadcasted on HockeyTV. Each game can be seen throughout the world, both live and “on demand” by viewers.

Our coaching staff brings a wealth of knowledge from many years of playing and coaching. Besides working on overall player development and accountability, the Lansing Wolves will be increasing our pack by spending time in the local community. We pride ourselves by being outstanding citizens and role models for youth hockey players and their families. We plan to carry on our tradition of players and staff participating in local youth hockey practices, aiding schools with reading and math programs, assisting at soup kitchens and food banks, as well as volunteering at the Red Cross and the Salvation Army. We are proud to be a part of the Lansing Area Community and look forward to working with local businesses, schools, and charitable programs.