About the U13 Pee Wee Mustangs
Mustangs teams have a focus on skill development and training towards the competitive side of hockey. Below you will find a basic outline of a weekly team schedule which will give you an understanding of the commitment level of the Mustangs teams.
All players must register in their respective division with WHITEHORSE MINOR HOCKEY asap and then register to TRYOUT FOR THE MUSTANGS on the Hockey Yukon website (link is below) . If your player is successful in making the Mustangs, your registration fees will be transferred accordingly. There is a $60 fee to tryout for the Mustangs.
Pee Wee Mustangs 2018-2019 Tryout Schedule
All tryouts will take place on the NorthwesTel Ice Surface Canada Games Centre, Whitehorse
Monday August 27th 8:15PM-9:15PM
Wednesday August 29th 7:30PM-8:30PM
Tuesday September 4th 7:30PM-8:30PM
Wednesday September 5th 6:00PM-7:00PM
Tryout Process Document (Coming Soon)
Sample Pee Wee Mustangs Season
International Showdown Tournament (Whitehorse November 30th-December 2nd)
3 ish out of town tournaments
Bantam Year End Tournament
2 practices most weeks (last year was Sunday and Monday)
1 Game most weeks vs Bantam House team
1 Dryland session (last year Sunday right after practice)
1 Mustang skills session (Wednesday evening)
This year's Pee Wee Mustangs Head Coach is Derek Johnstone
A Note from Coach Johnstone
I am entering my 10th year of coaching experience; I am certified with credentials obtained in Yukon. I was born and raised in Yukon, now I have two children Jase,Sohaani and my wife Rajan and reside here in Whitehorse.
Through my post secondary education and hockey experience under the coaching of Mike Babcock now head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Billy Moores now director of player development for the Edmonton Oilers, I feel I have extensive knowledge and can relay my experience on to younger athletes.
I am looking forward to the challenge of coaching the u-13 peewees, and continuing my success and development as a coach. I feel I can help the young athletes become better individuals and reach their goals through positive teaching and motivation.
Hockey Yukon U-13 Peewees