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Weaver, Jason (1972- )
Born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Oshawa Generals 1990-92, Oshawa Generals & Belleville Bulls & Kingston Frontenacs 1992-93, Muskegon Fury & Grand Rapids Griffins 1997-98, Grand Rapids Griffins & Nottingham Panthers 1998-99 and Sheffield Steelers 1999- .
Medals : Won the Challenge Cup in 2000.
Won the Benson and Hedges Cup in 2000.
Weaver, Jonathan (1977- )
Left-wing.  Had a trial with the Ottawa Senators prior to the 1999-2000 season - scored 2 goals and an assist to lead the rookie Senators to the Pilon Cup title. Also had trials with Grand Rapid Griffins.
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1998- (including the 1999 World Championship Pool B).
Club Career : Played for Durham Wasps 1992-96, Newcastle Cobras 1996-98, Manchester Storm 1998-99, Manchester Storm & Mississippi Sea Wolves & Detroit Vipers 1999-00 and Ayr Scottish Eagles 2000- .
Weber, Randall (1968- )
Born in Fort St John, British Columbia, Canada. 
International Career :
Selected for Great Britain 1998.
Club Career : Played for Nottingham Panthers 1985-02.
Medals : Won the British Championship in 1989.
Won the Norwich Union Autumn Cup in 1986.
Won the Autumn Cup in 1991.
Won the Benson and Hedges Cup in 1996 & 1998.
Honours : His number 10 jersey was retired by Nottingham Panthers.
Webster, Aubrey (- )
Club Career : Played for the Moncton Hawks 1933-34 (won the Allan Cup).
Webster, Liam (1986- )
Forward.
International Career :
Played for Australia in the 2004 (Division II) World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Melbourne Ice.
Medals : Won World Championship Division II (Group A) bronze in 2004.
Webster, Tom (- )
International Career : Played for Canada (WHA All-Stars) in 1974 against the USSR.
WEC-A
These initials represents the IIHF World & European Championship Pool A. The European Championship was originally a separate event that was occasionally combined with the Olympics and/or World Championships. The last separate European Championship was in 1932. The events were combined for a long time and the results between the European sides determined the European Champion. Since the early 1990s the European Championship has been a junior competition.
Wedemark (ESC Wedemark)
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Wedemark, Germany. Played in German Bundesliga.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Wedemark Icehouse
Mellendorf/Wedemark, Germany.
Home ice for : Hannover Scorpions
Capacity : 4,000 (400 seats and 3,600 standing)
Ice pad size : 
Wedemark Scorpions
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Mellendorf/Wedemark, Germany.  Played in the DEL 1996-97.  Name change to Hannover Scorpions in 1997.
Home ice : Wedemark Icehouse
Team colours :
Wedgwood, _ (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1931.
Weeks, Alan (1924-1996)
Born in Bristol, Somerset, England. Broadcaster with BBCtv for 45 years 1951-96, covering seven Winter Olympics, five Summer Olympics, five Commonwealth Games and four football World Cups. His love of ice hockey started before World War II with Brighton Tigers and carried on throughout his broadcasting career in the UK, where he was 'Mr Ice Hockey' to millions of television viewers. He was a member of the BIHA Council and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Ice Skating Association of Great Britain.
Club Career :
Secretary of the Brighton Tigers 1946-65, a director of the London Lions and president of the English National League in 1981-82.
Honours :
Elected to the British Hall of Fame in 1988.
Weeks, Steve (1958- )
Born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Netminder. New York Rangers 12th pick (176th overall) in the 1978 NHL Amateur Draft. Worked as a goaltending consultant with Hartford Whalers 1993-96 and goaltending coach/pro scout for Carolina Hurricanes 1997-01.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1985 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for New Haven Nighthawks & New York Rangers (two games) 1980-81, New York Rangers 1981-82, New York Rangers & Tulsa Oilers 1982-84, Hartford Whalers & Binghamton Whalers 1984-85, Hartford Whalers 1985-87, Hartford Whalers & Vancouver Canucks 1987-88, Vancouver Canucks 1988-90, Vancouver Canucks (one game) & Milwaukee Admirals 1990-91, New York Islanders & Los Angeles Kings 1991-92 and Ottawa Senators & New Haven Senators 1992-93. Coached Hartford Whalers (assistant) 1996-97 and Atlanta Thrashers (assistant) 2001- .
Medals : Won World Championship silver in 1985.
Weerdt, Paul De (- )
Born in Belgium. President of the Royal Belgian Ice Hockey Federation from 1939 to 1945.
Weiden EV
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Weiden, Germany. Played in German Bundesliga.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Weidenborner, Cyril (1895- ) 
Born in St Paul, Minnesota, USA. Netminder.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1920 Olympics and the 1920 World Championship.
Club Career : Played for St Paul AC 1919-20.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1920.
Weidong, Zhao (- )
Centre.
International Career : Played for China in 1997.
Club Career : Played for Qiqihar A in the Chinese National Championship.
Weight, Doug (1971- )
Born in Warren, Michigan, USA. Centre. New York Rangers 2nd pick (34th overall) in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1998 & 2002 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers 1990-92 (just one game in 1990-91 and 13 games with Binghamton Rangers in 1991-92), New York Rangers & Edmonton Oilers 1992-93, Edmonton Oilers 1993-01, St Louis Blues 2001-04, St Louis Blues & Carolina Hurricanes 2005-06 and St Louis Blues 2006- .
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 2002.
Won the Stanley Cup in 2006.
Honours : NHL All-Stars Roster 1996 & 1998.
Captain of the Edmonton Oilers 1999-01.
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Weiland, Ralph 'Cooney' (1904-1985)
Born in Edmondville, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for Minneapolis Millers 1925-28, Boston Bruins 1928-32, Ottawa Senators 1932-33, Detroit Red Wings 1933-35 and Boston Bruins 1935-39. Coached Boston Bruins 1939-40.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1929 & 1939.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1971 (player).
Won the Lester Patrick Trophy in 1972.
NHL Leading Scorer 1930 (See Art Ross Trophy).
NHL All-Star First Team coach 1940-41.
NHL All-Star Second Team centre 1934-35.
Weinberg, Ellen (- )
International Career : Played for USA (Women) in the 1992 World Championship (Women).
Medals : Won World Championship (Women) silver in 1992.
Weiner, Béla (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Hungary in the 1927 European Championship and the 1928 Olympics.
Weiner Eissport-Gemeinschaft
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Vienna, Austria.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours : Won the German Championship in 1940.
Won the Austrian Championship 1949, 1950 and 1951.
Weinrich, Eric (1966- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Weisswasser (Ostglas Weißwasser/BSG Chemie Weißwasser/Dynamo Weißwasser)
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Weißwasser, Germany. A 'company' team that played in the GDR Championship. Known as Ostglas Weißwasser in the early 1950s (Ostglas means "East-glass").  In 1953 they were known as BSG Chemie Weißwasser and from 1954 they were called Dynamo Weißwasser.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours : Won the GDR Championship in 1951, 1952 , 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1981, 1989 & 1990.
Weisswasser (PEV Weißwasser/ES Weißwasser)
Weißwasser, Germany. The team finished second from last in the 12 team Bundesliga in the 1990-91 season when the East-German team played in the unique German league prior to the political reunification of Germany.  In 1991-92 Weisswasser were relegated. In 1994 Weisswasser joined the DEL as the Saxonian Foxes.
Weisswasser Eisstadion (Eisstadion Weißwasser)
Weißwasser, Germany. 
Home ice for : Saxonian Foxes.
Capacity : 3,000 (69 seats and 2,931 standing)
Ice pad size : 
Weiwers, Frank (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Luxembourg in the 1992 World Championships.
Welch, Dave (- )
Club Career : Played for Grimsby Buffaloes 1975-76.
Wellman, Kenneth (1930- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics and the 1962 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Monarchs IHC, Melbourne.
Honours : Captain of Australia in the 1962 World Championships.
Wells, Jay (1959- )
Born in Paris, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman. Los Angeles Kings 1st pick (16th overall) in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1986 World Championship.
Club Career : Played for Los Angeles Kings & Binghamton Dusters 1979-80, Los Angeles Kings 1980-88, Philadelphia Flyers 1988-89, Philadelphia Flyers & Buffalo Sabres 1989-90, Buffalo Sabres 1990-91, Buffalo Sabres & New York Rangers 1991-92, New York Rangers 1992-95, St Louis Blues 1995-96 and Tampa Bay Lightning 1996-97. Coached Portland Pirates 1997-98 (assistant) and Hershey Bears 1998-  (assistant).
Medals : Won World Championship bronze in 1986.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1994.
Wells, Kenny (- )
Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Ayr Bruins 1975-76.
Medals : Won the Icy Smith Cup in 1976.
Wells, Mark (1957- )
Born in St Clair Shores, Michigan, USA. Forward. 
International Career :
Played for the USA in the 1980 Olympics.
Club Career :
Played for Nova Scotia Voyageurs & Flint Generals & Team USA 1979-80, New Haven Nighthawks 1980-81 and Oklahoma City Stars & Fort Wayne Komets 1981-82.
Medals :
Won Olympic gold in 1980.
Honours : Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 (player - 1980 US Olympic Team).
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines, Iowa, USA. The Arena was built in 2004 and along with the Hy-Vee Hall & Veterans Memorial Auditorium, formed the Iowa Events Center, a premier state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility for sports, concerts, entertainment, trade shows, conventions and exhibits. The US$217-million facility covers more than one million square feet in size.
Home ice for : Iowa Stars 2005- 
Capacity : 15,585
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Welsh, Albert (- ) 
Forward.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1934 World Championship.
Club Career : Played for Saskatoon Quakers 1933-34.
Welsh Womens National Team [web site]
Possibly the only country that has a female national team but no male national team. See Wales Women
Welter, Carlo (- )
Forward.
International Career : Captain for Luxembourg in the 1992 World Championships.
"Wembley"
Book by H C Hastings, published by Pitkin Pictorials in 1956.
Wembley Arena
See Empire Pool
Wembley Canadians
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Founded in 1934 (team transferred from the Grosvenor House Canadians). Played in the English League 1934-35 and the English National League 1935-36.  The team was succeeded by the Wembley Monarchs.
Wembley, Middlesex, England.
Home ice : Empire Pool
Team colours : initially red and white, switched in early 1935 to red, white & green.
Wembley Canadians Programme Covers 1934-35 Season
Wembley Colts
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Played in London and Provincal League 1938-39.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours :
Won the London and Provincial League 1938-39.
Newspaper Report
Wembley Lions 
Wembley Lions logo 1950s
Wembley, Middlesex, England. Founded in 1934. The team played until 1968. Played in the English League 1934-35. Played in the 1963-64 and 1966-67 BBC 'Grandstand TV Trophy'.
Home ice : Empire Pool
Team colours : red & white
Head coach : Lou Bates 1946-47, Frank Boucher 1951-53, Sonny Rost 1954-60
Team captain : Lou Bates 
Honours : Won the British National League 1956-57.
Won the British Autumn Cup 1957-58.
Won the English National League 1935-36, 1936-37 and 1951-52.
Won the Ahearne Cup in 1959.
Wembley Lions Programme Covers 1934-35 & 1959-60 Seasons Wembley Lions Programme Covers 1946-51 Seasons Wembley Lions Programme Covers 1951-55 Seasons Wembley Lions Programme Covers 1956-64 Seasons Wembley Lions & Monarchs Programme Covers 1936 & 1937 Victory Gala Programme Cover 1946 Wembley Lions Team Photograph Lions 1950s goalie Stubby Mason A picture from a Sweden v Wembley game in 1951  
Wembley Monarchs
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Founded in 1936, the team played until 1950. Played in the English League in their first season, and the next campaign in the English National League.
Home ice : Empire Pool
Team colours : purple, white & gold
General manager : Sonny Rost 1949-50
Head coach : Alex Archer 1947-48, Sonny Rost 1948-50
Team captain : Sonny Rost 1947-50
Honours : Won the English Autumn Cup 1948-49.
Wembley Lions & Monarchs Programme Covers 1936 & 1937 Wembley Monarchs Programme Covers 1938-40
Wembley Monarchs Ice Hockey Supporters Club
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Supporters of the Wembley Monarchs had their own club and enamel badge shown above.
Wembley Olympics
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Played in the English League Southern group in 1935-36.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours :
Wembley Terriers
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Played in London and Provincal League 1937-39. Played in the Southern Intermediate League 1948-55.
Home ice :
Team colours : green
Honours :
Won the Intermediate Trophy 1948-49.
Wembley Vets
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Wembley, Middlesex, England. Played three seasons in the Southern League.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours :
Wen, Liu (- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for China in 1997.
Wendell, Krissy (1981- )
Born in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, USA. Forward.
International Career :
Played for USA (Women) in the 1999, 2000 & 2001 World Championships (Women) and the 2002 Olympics (Women).
Club Career : Played for Park Center High School.
Medals : Won Olympic (Women) silver in 2002.
Won World Championship (Women) silver in 1999, 2000 & 2001.
Wendler Arena
Saginaw, Michigan, USA. 
Home ice for : Saginaw Gears
Capacity : 4,727
Ice pad size : 
Wentworth, Marvin 'Cy' (1905-?)
Born in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Chicago Blackhawks 1927-32, Montreal Maroons 1932-38 & Montreal Canadiens 1938-40.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1935.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1934-35.
NHL All-Star Roster 1937 & 1939.
Werenka, Brad (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1994 Olympics.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1994.
WesBanco Arena
Wheeling, West Virginia, USA. Also known as Wheeling Civic Center.
Home ice for : Wheeling Nailers
Capacity : 5,406
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Wesley, Glen (1968- )
Born in Red deer, Alberta, Canada. Defenceman. Boston Bruins 1st pick (3rd overall) in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1986-87.
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins 1987-94, Hartford Whalers 1994-97, Carolina Hurricanes 1997-02, Carolina Hurricanes & Toronto Maple Leafs 2002-03 and Carolina Hurricanes 2003- .
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1989.
West Coast Hockey League (WCHL) [web site]
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Headquarters located in Boise, Idaho, USA. Founded in 1995. Expanded in 1997 and created Northern and Southern Divisions. Teams are located in the far western United States. One of the seven minor leagues in North America.

Founded in 1995 with six teams.
West Division
i. One of two divisions of the NHL introduced in the 1967-68 season.  It comprised six new teams added to the NHL - California Seals, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota North Stars, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and St Louis Blues. The other division was called the East Division. This two-division structure was used until the 1974-75 season when the Prince of Wales and Clarence Campbell conferences were introduced.
ii. One of three divisions of the Western Hockey League. It comprised seven teams in the 1998-99 season - Kamloops Blazers, Kelowna Rockets, Portland Winter Hawks, Prince George Cougars, Seattle Thunderbirds, Spokane Chiefs and Tri-City Americans.
West Extraliga
See Slovakian League
West Germany - Men's National Team
See West Germany
West Middlesex Memorial Arena
Strathroy, Ontario, Canada. On 13th January 1954 the Montreal Canadians played an exhibition game defeating Strathroy Rockets 14-3 in front of 3100 spectators.
Home ice for : Strathroy Rockets, Strathroy Blades
Capacity : 1,030
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
West Palm Beach Barracudas
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West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Played in the Southern Hockey League 1995-96.
Home ice :
Team colours :
West Palm Beach Blaze
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West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Played in the Sunshine Hockey League 1992-95.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Sunshine Hockey League 1992-93, 1993-94 & 1994-95.
West Province League
South Africa. Teams in and around Cape Town compete in the West Province League. The league runs May to October.
West Sydney Ice Dogs [web site]
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Play in the Australian Ice Hockey League.
Home ice : Blacktown Ice Arena
Team colours : burgundy, silver, blue & black
General manager : Doug Flynn
Head coach : Dion Dunwoodie
Honours : Won the Australian Ice Hockey League play-off championship in 2004. 
West Valley Events Center
West Valley, Utah, USA. Also known as the The "E" Center.
Home ice for : Utah Grizzlies.
Capacity : 10,207
Ice pad size : 
Westbrooke, Don (- )
Club Career : Played for Dayton Gems 1968-70.
Honours : Won the Leo P Lamoureux Memorial Trophy 1968-69 & 1969-70.
Westergren, Isaac (- )
Business man from Gävle, Sweden. The first President of the Swedish Ice Hockey Association 1922-24. Swedish sprint champion at 100m in 1899. Known as Swedish sports biggest benefactor.
Westerlund, Erkka (- ) 
Club Career : Played for IFK Helsinki
Honours : Won the Kalevi Numminen Trophy in 1997-98.
Western Canada Hockey League
Operated for four seasons 1921-25.
Western Canada Major Junior Hockey League
Founded in 1977. See Western Hockey League (iii)
Western Canada Senior Hockey League
Founded in 1945. Operated between 1945 and 1951. Initially a four team league, with Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Flyers, Saskatoon Elks and Regina Capitals, it grew to five teams then fell back to four teams. In 1952 the league merged with the Pacific Coast Hockey League to form the Western Hockey League.
Western Canadian Junior Hockey League
Referred to as the WCJHL. Operated 1968- . 
Western Collegiate Hockey Association
Referred to as the WCHA.
Western Conference
i. One of the two conferences of the National Hockey League introduced in the 1993-94 season. Consists of three divisions - Central Division, Northwest Division and Pacific Division.
ii.
One of the two conferences of the American Hockey League. Consists of two divisions - Empire Division and Mid Atlantic Division.
iii.
One of the two conferences of the International Hockey League. Consists of two divisions - Mid West Division and Southwest Division.
Western Division
i. A division of the World Hockey Association between 1972-76.
ii.
A divsion of the Central Hockey League from 1996- . In 1999-2000 the teams in the division were Indianapolis Ice, Oklahoma City Blazers, San Antonio Iguanas, Topeka Scarecrows, Tulsa Oilers and Wichita Thunder.
iii.
A division of the Western Professional Hockey League.  In 1998-99 the teams in the division were the Abilene Aviators, the Amarillo Rattlers, the El Paso Buzzards, the New Mexico Scorpions, the Odessa Jackalopes and San Angelo Outlaws.
Western Hockey League (WHL)
i. The Western Hockey League operated for the 1925-26 season as a major league following the collapse of the Western Canada Hockey League.
ii. This version of the Western Hockey League operated from 1952 to 1975 as a minor pro league. The Pacific Coast Hockey League amalgamated with the Westen Canada Senior Hockey League to form this league. During the 1965-66 & 1967-68 seasons the WHL played an interlocking schedule with the American Hockey League.
iii. This version of the Western Hockey League (its full title is Western Canada Major Junior Hockey League) is one of the three major junior hockey leagues in Canada and since 1977 has been part of the Canadian Hockey League. Divided into three divisions (East Division, Central Division and West Division), the WHL consists of 18 teams from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada plus the north-western states of Washington and Oregon in the USA.
Western International Hockey League (WIHL)
North west Canada Senior AAA league. Folded in 1986-87. Teams who played in the WIHL include the Cranbrook Royals, Elk Valley Blazers, Kimberley Dynamiters, Nelson Maple Leafs, Spokane Chiefs and Trail Smoke Eaters.
Western Kootenay Hockey League
Operated 1933-46. Referred to as the WKHL. Also known as the Boundary Defense Hockey League and Boundary Hockey League.
Western Pennsylvania Hockey League
Referred to as the WPHL. Operated in the early 1900s.
Western Professional Hockey League (WPHL) [web site]
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Founded in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA in 1995. The first professional hockey league in the South Western United States. A minor pro league, its founders included Rick Kozuback, Jim Treliving, George Melville, Nigel King, Kevin Lowe (Edmonton Oiler & New York Ranger), Darcy Rota (Chicago Blackhawk & Vancouver Canuck), John Rogers, Barry Johnson, Daryl Carter and Ron Thom. The league organisers include Kozuback, Ralph Backstrom, Scott Carter, Bob Destocki and Brad Treliving. The league merged with the Central Hockey League after the 2000-01 season.

There were six teams in the inaugural 1996-97 season of the WPHL. By the 1999-00 season the league had expanded to 18 teams in three divisions - Eastern Division, Central Division and Western Division. 
President : 
Rick Kozuback 1996-01
Western Rocky Mountain Hockey League
Referred to as the WRMHL.
Western Shoe Company
See BAUER
Westfall, Ed (1940- )
Born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Played both forward & defence.
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins 1961-72 and New York Islanders 1972-79.
Medals :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1970 & 1972.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1971, 1973, 1974 & 1975.
Westminster Statesmen Official Yearbook
Booklet published in London, England in 1993 for private sale. The Westminster Statesmen were a British Telecom recreational hockey team.
Westmount Arena
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Built in 1897. The first purpose built arena for hockey and the first in Montreal to have artificial ice making plant. The arena was used for hockey, horse shows, car shows, motor-boat displays, concerts & bazaars. Hockey was played in the arena until it burnt down in 1918. The Montreal Baseball Park adjoined the arena and was also damaged by the fire, as were houses in the neighbourhood.
Home ice for : Montreal AAA, Montreal Shamrocks, Montreal Wanderers, Montreal Canadiens
Capacity : 6,000 seats
Ice pad size :  
Westover Ice Rink
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Bournemouth, Dorset, England.  Ice hockey was played at the rink before World War II but not between 1939 and 1982. Ice hockey was re-introduced in 1982 with the Bournemouth Stags. The rink closed on closed 6th January 1991.
Home ice for : Bournemouth Stags
Capacity : 1,000
Ice pad size : 120 feet x 80 feet
Westwick, Harry (1876-1957)
Born in Ottawa, Omtario, Canada. Rover.
Club Career :
Played for Ottawa Silver Seven.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1903, 1904, 1905 & 1906 (February).
Honours :
Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1962 (player).
Wetzel, Carl (1938- ) 
Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Netminder.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1967 & 1971 World Championships. Played for Team USA 1966-67 & 1969-71.
Club Career : Played for Omaha Knights 1959-60, Indianapolis Chiefs (also Spokane Comets & Fort Wayne Komets) 1960-61, Sudbury Wolves 1961-62, Detroit Red Wings & Pittsburgh Hornets 1964-65, Houston Apollos (also one game for Quebec Aces) 1965-66, Minnesota North Stars & Memphis South Stars & Rochester Americans 1967-68, Memphis South Stars (also two games for Cleveland Barons) 1968-69, Rochester Mustangs 1969-70, Kitzbühel 1971-72 and one game for Minnesota Fighting Saints in the 1972-73 season.
Honours : Best Goalkeeper World Championships Pool A in 1967.
Wetzel, Todd (1973- )
Born in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. Forward.
Club Career : Played for London Knights (UK) 1999-00 and EHC Basel Dragons 2000- .
Medals : Won the British Championship in 2000.
Wetzell, Stig (- )
Club Career : Played for IFK Helsinki.
Honours : His number 1 jersey has been retired by IFK Helsinki.
WEV
Also shown as WE-V. See CE Wien

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