The West Central Wheat Kings have started their 2017-18 hockey season in the Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget Divisions and have managed to find some success in all three divisions.

The Pee Wee team plays in the Centre Four Hockey League and are coached by Brett Sautner. Through the first six games of the regular season, the Wheat Kings have posted 5 wins - 0 losses - 1 tie to sit in first place in standings. They have shown a ton of offensive power with 59 goals scored through those 6 games, averaging 9.83 goals per game.

The Wheat Kings' next game is scheduled for November 18th and the 19th when they host the Tisdale Ramblers for a pair of weekend games. The game on the 18th will be played at the Dodsland Arena while the game on the 19th will be played at the Unity Arena.

In Bantam, the West Central Wheat Kings are competing in the Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League and are coached by Chris Keleher. The Wheat Kings have already played 11 regular season games up to date, and have played in a major tournament in Regina already. West Central has 9 wins - 1 loss - 1 tie which is good enough for second place in the North section of the province. Prince Albert is the lone team ahead of them by a game, with a record of 10 wins - 0 losses - 1 tie.

The Bantam Wheat Kings have done a great job of keeping the puck out of their own net so far this season. Through the first 11 games, the team has only managed to be scored on 19 times. Just like the Pee Wee team, the Wheat Kings know a thing or two about scoring as they have scored the second most goals in the entire province up to date. The Wheat Kings will play a pair of home games this upcoming weekend against Estevan on the 10th of November in Dodsland, and will take on the Saskatoon Generals in Eston on November 11th.

The West Central Wheat Kings Midget girls are coached by Mike Rublee and Colin Weese, and play in the North Sask Female Hockey League. So far, the girls have only played four games this season and have posted a record of 1 win - 2 losses - 1 tie. The midget girls have been in every game so far this year, and feel like they can be a competitive team as the year goes on.

On November 13th, the girls are back in action when they travel into Saskatoon for a showdown with the Saskatoon Chargers.