The Watertown Wolves are a minor professional hockey team in the Federal Hockey League based in Watertown, New York and play home games at the Watertown Municipal Arena.The team was on hiatus during the 2015–16 season while renovations at the Watertown Municipal Arena were completed and then returned for the 2016–17 season.All dogs residing in the City of Watertown must be licensed by the age of 4 months.Exemptions are issued to any guide dog, service dog, hearing dog, detection dog, search dog, working dog or therapy dog upon proof of a formal training program, statement from a medical provider stating the owner requires a service dog to assist with a disability, or a statement from a veterinarian stating the dog qualifies as a service dog.Browse the galleries and shops or enjoy fine dining just steps from the Black River in downtown Watertown, only 1 mile away.Nearby, go white-water rafting on the river’s challenging rapids.Before the 2013–14 season, the Privateers revamped their identity by changing their name to the Watertown Privateers and redesigning their jerseys and logo. Watertown's FHL team returned for the 2014–15 with new ownership after the previous owners decided not to continue.The team rechristened itself as the Watertown Wolves during this season.
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If you visit Watertown in winter, bring your skis and snowboards and hit the slopes at the Dri-Hill Ski Area.
Visit the Burrville Cider Mill to learn how apple cider is made.