Wolves keep adding strength, preparing for season unlike any other:

Wolves keep adding strength, preparing for season unlike any other:

While the Covid-19 virus has put made planning for any league a challenge, the Watertown Wolves GM and Coach Brent Clarke has kept himself busy by adding quality players to an already stacked roster. 

“We have to keep preparing as if we are starting on time, and whenever we see an opportunity to make a move that’ll impact our roster positively, we are going to take advantage of that”, said Clarke. “Myself and Andreas (Johansson, team owner) are doing all we can to make sure our guys are prepared to take a serious run at the Cup this spring, and we can’t wait for all our great fans to see what we have in store”, continued the Watertown Wolves head coach.

The roster now stands at close to 40 players, something that hasn’t gone unnoticed. “We are doing what we can to safeguard ourselves, as we understand with the current restrictions that we will struggle to see some of our Non-US players this winter, and we also prefer to keep a few extra guys around, as know this will be a challenging- and intense season with a lot of games in a short period of time. Our intention is to bring the group to a final roster of 20-22 guys, with an option of keeping a few “black aces” that will stay fit and in close communication, with an opportunity to join the roster during the season”, said Andreas Johansson, owner of the team.

In addition to the three players added last week in the Delaware expansion draft (Basey, Litke, and Boll) the Wolves have been making moves elsewhere – most notably, the team has a large number of goalkeepers currently available. 

Below is a short guide to familiarize yourself with some of the new faces that we have recently signed, that you will see playing for Watertown this season:


Bailey MacBurnie – Played at UMass Boston NCAA III last few seasons (US)

Thierry Messervier – Played at Westfield State NCAA III last 2 seasons (Canadian)

Anthony Pupplo – Originally selected by Port Huron in Delaware draft, traded to Watertown in exchange for Joe Deveny. Played at New England College NCAA III last 2 years. (US)


Sam Stormoen – Defenseman that was destined for the SPHL, played in Canada last year. (Canadian)


Brady Heppner – Speedy, smaller forward, played in the SPHL for Roanoke a couple of games at the end of last year. (US)

Parker Evans-Campbell – Goal scorer and physically strong player, joining from Alberta, Canada. (Canadian)

Josh Koepplinger – Played SPHL in Macon last year, power forward. (US)

Tate Leeson – Racked up points and goals last season in the CCHL, 21 years old (Canadian)

Max Routledge – Play maker, joining us from SUNY Canton

With these exciting additions to the team, you do not want to miss a single home game! With likely restrictions on attendance, make sure to visit www.watertownwolves.net to buy your season tickets today – Season ticket holders will be given priority to all games where restrictions are in place!

We have some incredible new merchandise available – please visit www.watertownwolves.net/merchandise to be one of the first to see what we have!