Watertown, NY, August 11th – The Watertown Wolves have hired Paul MacLean as Head Coach for the upcoming Federal Prospects Hockey League season.  With the season quickly approaching the Wolves made the final move to solidify the team’s staff.

“Watertown is a great community and the fans are very supportive. Providing a great hockey atmosphere” stated MacLean when asked why he wanted to Watertown.

MacLean joins the Wolves after splitting last season between the Danville Dashers and the Elmira Enforcers. He started his coaching career in 2003-2004 with the Port Huron Beacons of the United Hockey League. He then went on to coach junior hockey in Canada with the Dryden Ice Dogs of the Superior International Junior Hockey League.

“My expectations are to have a team that competes every night. Looking for speed skill and physical play. I want to give players an opportunity to move up to the next level” stated MacLean.

Paul started his professional hockey career with the Thunder Bay Thunder Hawks of the now-defunct Colonial Hockey League. He went on to play in the East Coast Hockey League before retiring in 1999.

“We wanted a coach with East Coast League experience and coached in the League last year. He was part of the coaching staff that went to finals with Elmira last season” stated Wolves Owner Don Kirnan.

The Watertown Wolves are looking to capture their third Commissioners Cup. Season tickets from the upcoming season can be purchased below.


Season tickets are now on sale for the 2019-2020 season. Come join the Wolves as we open our season at home against the Elmira Enforcers on Oct 19, 2019, at 7:30 pm at the Watertown Arena.

 Season Ticket can be purchased at www.watertownwolves.net/season-tickets