West Michigan Wolves

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West Michigan Wolves
City Battle Creek, Michigan
League NA3HL
Division North
Founded 2010
Home arena The Rink
Colors Aqua, grey and while
Owner(s) Dr. Joseph Burkhardt
General manager Marc Fakler
Head coach Marc Fakler
Franchise history
2010–2014 Battle Jr. Creek Revolution (NA3HL)
2014–present West Michigan Wolves (NA3HL)
Regular season titles 0
Playoff championships 0

The West Michigan Wolves are a Tier III Junior ice hockey team which plays in the North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL). The team plays its home games at The Rink in Battle Creek, Michigan.


The team began as the Battle Creek Jr. Revolution in 2010 joining the independent Northern Junior Hockey League (NJHL) for the 2010-11 season. In August 2011, with rumors of the league folding the Jr. Revolution left the NJHL and joined the CSHL.[1][2] The Jr. Revolution replaced the Grand Rapids Owls, who suspended operations, as the 12th team in the Central States Hockey League.

The team is ownship was initially the Revolution Advertising LLC.[3] until acquired by Dr. Joseph Burkhardt in 2014. On April 1, 2014 the team re-branded itself as the West Michigan Wolves.[4]

Season-by-season results[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Season League Games Won Lost TOTL SOL Points Goals
Final Standing Playoff Result
2013-14 NA3HL 48 1 47 0 0 2 53 341 21 of 21 Out of playoffs
2012-13 NA3HL 48 7 38 1 2 17 106 259 16 of 17 Out of playoffs
2011-12 NA3HL 48 0 48 0 0 0 62 348 16 of 16 Out of playoffs
2010-11 NJHL 45 0 44 0 1 1 85 277 12 of 12 Out of playoffs


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