100 Mile House Wranglers: Notice Board
April 10, 2018
Humboldt In Our Hearts
With heavy hearts the 100 Mile House Wranglers organization is in mourning over the tragedy experienced by the Humboldt Broncos and ultimately the entire hockey world. No words can clearly express our sorrow over the loss of life of many as well as the injuries, both physical and mental, to others. Our deepest sympathy goes out to players, family and organizations affected by this and a sincere thank you to those who helped and are helping. This truly is an organization's worst nightmare. We can never prepare for something so catastrophic simply because it is so incomprehensible. A bus travelling down a highway taking a team to an arena to entertain and be entertained. It’s hockey. It’s Canadian. It happens daily. Thousands of times a year. I’ve lived and heard many a bus story and they are all perfect stories. The bus. A haven for the players, a safe place to learn, play, watch, cheer, sing, cry, celebrate, dream and bond. The bus, the place where strangers, board, and brothers disembark. The fabric of the hockey community has a tear in it from this tragedy. Actually the fabric of our country has a tear in it from this event. It’s a tear that we, as hockey fans and Canadians, will mend over time. The repair will forever remain present as a memorial of those so deeply affected and in time, show the resiliency of a nation. The repair of the fabric is what we are all searching for and with every tear, every hug we find that way of repairing our country's fabric through our own healing. So while we may not know the names or the families of those so deeply affected, we do have that bond that the hockey community has and we, as an organization, know that need to help out where we can. We pray for peace for the fallen and a speedy, complete recovery for everyone else. In the coming days, weeks and months it will become obvious what we can do and what we should do and what we will do as an organization. In the interim, we are here to help the healing process with our immediate family. Reach out to us and we will be honoured to reach back. Wrangler Nation prays for Humboldt
June 8, 2017
Wranglers fall Main Camp
Wranglers to hold main camp Sept 1-3, 2017. Go to "downloads" section of our site for camp information and application forms.
October 18, 2016
Check out the Wrangler Room!!
Next time you are at a Wranglers' game be sure to check out the new merchandise in the Wrangler Room! We are getting in new stock all the time!! Don't forget to use the $5 off Wranglers' apparel coupon on the back of your ticket. The coupons are good on Game night only!!!
September 16, 2016
Wrangler Ticket Sales
Wrangler season tickets are still available! Visit or call the Wranglers' office on Tuesdays or Wednesdays between 10 am and 4 pm or e-mail office@100milewranglers.com for more info and pricing. Game Day Tickets are $10.50 for adults and $8.50 for seniors and students. If you would like to reserve tickets and pick them up on game night at the ticket window please call the Wranglers' office during office hours or e-mail office@100milewranglers.com
September 14, 2016
Wrangler's Office Hours
WRANGLERS HOCKEY OFFICE HOURS The Wranglers office will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 am to 4 pm. If you would like game tickets please visit or call the office at 250- 395-1005 during office hours or e-mail office@100milewranglers.com. Tickets can be reserved and picked up on game night at the ticket window. ANY CHANGES WILL BE POSTED. If you have any questions, you can call 250-395-1005 or e-mail office@10milewranglers.com The Wranglers office will be closed the week of Jan 29-Feb 4/17.
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Humboldt In Our Hearts
Wranglers Main Camp Sept 1-3, 2017
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