|City||Shelburne, Ontario, Canada|
|League||Metro Junior A Hockey League
Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League
|Home arena||Shelburne Community Centre|
The Shelburne Wolves were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada. This defunct hockey team was a part of the Metro Junior A Hockey League and Ontario Provincial Junior A Hockey League.
In the late 1990s, the Metro Junior A Hockey League pushed North. In 1995, they brought in the Shelburne Hornets who were affiliated with the then operational Hockey Training Institute (HTI). After the 1995/1996 season the Hornets rebranded themselves and were labeled the Wolves.Despite the fervour for hockey in the town of Shelburne, the Hornets/Wolves were never overly competitive and subsequently folded after four seasons. Even though the Hornets/Wolves had short history, its club was filled with many NHL hopefuls, although none ever made any full NHL rosters.
|1995-96||52||5||44||3||-||160||383||13||12th Metro A||DNQ|
|1996-97||50||10||37||3||-||213||348||23||15th Metro A|
|1997-98||50||12||34||4||-||189||287||28||14th Metro A|
- 1996 DNQ
- 1997 DNQ
- 1998 Lost Preliminary
- Oshawa Legionaires defeated Shelburne Wolves 3-games-to-none