About Us



The Jersey Shore Wildcats Jr A TIER III program is design to develop and promote players to the next level.
With all ressources the program has, it is a great position for a serious elite player who just graduated high school our can graduate high school online ( We recommend the APEX SCHOOL ) to not only growth on the ice but also off the ice as well leading to great opportunities.
By example a typical day is from Tuesday to Friday ( We are usually Off on Mondays ):
10:30-11:30AM: ON ICE ( Detailed Skill session on Tuesdays, Wednesdays PowerSkating, Thursdays Split Defenseman/Forward Detailed work, Fridays Secial Teams or pre Gamee Skate if we have a game that night ).
11:30am-1PM: Lunch and online classes
2-3:15PM: ON ICE ( Systematic practices , with and without the puck )

3:30-4:00PM: Video session
4:00-4:45PM: Off Ice Strength and Conditioning ( GYM ) ( We workout usually on Tuesdays and possibility Wednesdays as a Team depending how the weekend schedule games are, Thursdays the player does his private workout program. The private workout program is designed for the player to work on what he needs the most. All workouts are run by our Strength and conditioning coach and overseen by one of our coaches. Each quarter each player get tested on ice and off the ice.).
4:30-5:30PM: Personal/Video meeting (If needed).
All games are usually Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Schedule: http://jerseyshorewildcats.pointstreaksites.com/view/jerseyshorewildcats/about-us-275/schedule-1221
The player as the choice to either be on our TEAM Billet under suppervision by one of of coaches , or go with a regular Billet family .
All billets are withing 10-20 min away from the rink.
The Team Billet is located in Point Pleasant Beach NJ ( Aprx 500 feet from the beach ).
The Wichita Falls Wildcats is the TIER II Jr A big brother club of the Jersey Shore Wildcats all under the same Ownership.
The Wichita Falls Wildcats is a member of the NAHL ( North American Hockey League : www.NAHL.com ).
The Wichita Falls Wildcats is a NO PAY TO PLAY program. No Tuition to play, all equipment, Billet, Hotel etc ….is included.

Matt Koch
Air Force Academy (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

Ben Kucera
Air Force Academy (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

Air Force Academy (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

Evan Okeley
Air Force Academy (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

Sam Piazza
University of Michigan (Big 10, D1)

Matt Purmal
St. Lawrence University (ECACHL, D1)

Will Vosejpka
Air Force Academy (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

Nash Worden
Army (Atlantic Hockey, D1)

For more info: www.wfwildcatshockey.com
Entering its 7th season in 2017-18, the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL), one of 11 USA Hockey-sanctioned Tier III Junior leagues, serves as one of the top training grounds in the country by providing the best coaching, exposure and developmental vehicles available for student-athletes in its classification.

The NA3HL began back in the early 1980’s as the Junior B level Central States Hockey League (CSHL). In 2007, the CSHL changed from Junior B to Tier III Junior A under the USA Hockey classification system. On November 1, 2010 it was announced that the North American Hockey League (NAHL)would take control of the CSHL. The NAHL-CSHL affiliation allowed for a more structured junior hockey system to provide athletes with more opportunities to advance to college and pro hockey. At the time of the take over the league was renamed to the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL).
The primary mission of the NA3HL, which is managed organizationally by the NAHL, is to provide a structured developmental environment for student-athletes whose youth options are limited but are still reaching their potential and have aspirations of playing in the NAHL or United States Hockey League (USHL) and eventually the NCAA or American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA).
Through the NAHL’s vast resources for development and exposure, the creation of the NA3HL provides another worthy path for players to grow, on and off the ice, while being showcased in front of the entire junior, college and professional scouting community. It also allows the NAHL and NA3HL to work with USA Hockey’s youth affiliates regarding junior-youth conflicts of same-age players.
In addition to its regular-season schedule and playoffs, the NA3HL, which boasts a geographical footprint with 34 teams in 17 states (Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming) allowing players to compete and excel academically at home, will participate in the NAHL’s high-exposure events, which attract hundreds of college, junior and professional coaches and scouts.
The NA3HL will have three events during the 2015-16 season. All 34 teams will compete in a league-wide Showcase held from December 16-19, 2015 at the Schwan Super Rink in Blaine, Minnesota.
The second event of the season will be the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament, which will take place alongside the NAHL Top Prospects Tournament in Plymouth, Michigan from February 15-17, 2016.
The NA3HL will then finish their season with the Silver Cup Championship Tournament, which crowns the NA3HL’s playoff champion. The event will be held from March 30-April 3, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois.
The NA3HL also participates in the NAHL’s wide menu of marketing partnerships, including its relationships with Easton, the Official Equipment Supplier of the NAHL, Vaughn, the Official goaltending Equipment Supplier of the NAHL, FASTHockey, the Official Internet Broadcast Provider of the NAHL and OT Sports, the Official Jersey Supplier of the NAHL.
The NA3HL continued to build upon the recent successes of the league’s North Iowa Bulls winning the 2015 and 2013 USA Hockey Tier III Junior National Championship and finishing as National Runner-Up at the 2014 USA Hockey Tier III Junior National Championship.
The player advancement during the 2014-15 season to the NAHL and other junior leagues set a new standard for player movement. In addition to the 40+ players who advanced to play in the NAHL throughout the season, 23 NA3HL players were either tendered or drafted by NAHL teams during the 2014-15 season, while dozens more made NCAA commitments.