Junior Maulers – Saskatchewan Spring Hockey Program

Junior Maulers Spring Hockey

The Jr Maulers is a youth hockey organization that is dedicated to the development of minor hockey athletes of all skill levels.

Parkland Junior Maulers

Saskatchewan's Premier Spring Hockey Program

The Junior Maulers program offers athletes an opportunity for individual skill development and team play through the spring team component of the program.

What sets us apart?

Where we are different than other spring hockey organizations, is we’re about development first. In addition to the team practices and tournaments, all of our athletes receive a minimum of 18-20 hours of skill development and attend an open camp run by highly trained skills trainers that cover areas such as Power Skating, Puck Control, Shooting, and Individual Tactics.

How to Get Started

Want to play in the Junior Mauler Spring Hockey Program? Follow these steps below!


Complete the online registration form.

Get Evaluated

After you register your player, the team management will make arrangements for your player to be evaluated. 

Join Your Team

You'll be contacted by a Junior Mauler coach to register for the team you were placed on along with team details and season outline.

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Junior Maulers Spring Hockey Program in Saskatchewan

Press release

**** For Immediate Release **** July 29, 2020 Yorkton, SK –  There have been some presumptions with regard to our team’s participation in the North American Hockey Classic (NAHC) tournament in Winnipeg from July 16 to 19th.  The coaching staff and management, in coordination with the parent group, made the decision to attend the tournament

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Junior Maulers Spring Hockey Program in Saskatchewan

Registration Now Open

Registration for the 2020 Parkland Junior Maulers is now open! The Parkland Junior Maulers are excited for a new year, the registration deadline is December 1, 2020. The online form can be found here, or by clicking ‘Registration’ above. This group will consist of players born in 2013 from the Parkland area in Eastern Saskatchewan

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