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AFHL December wrap-up

RED DEER – As the 2016 portion of the Alberta Female Hockey League season comes to a close, the St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (Midget Elite), and Calgary Fire White (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective leagues heading into 2017.


Midget AAA

After three months of play, the Midget AAA standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (45 pts)
2) Rocky Mountain Raiders (36 pts)
3) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (26 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (18 pts)
5) Calgary Fire (18 pts)
6) Edmonton Pandas (17 pts)

St Albert’s first year forward Madison Willan closes out 2016 leading all skaters in points (24) and assists (11). Rocky Mountain Raiders forward Nicole Fry is tied with Willan for the lead league in points, and leads the way goals (15).

AFHL puck stoppers had another strong month with three goaltenders at the top all with a .940 save percentages: St. Albert’s Brianna Sank, Calgary’s Katie Crowther and Lloydminster’s Bella McKee. Sank boasts three shutouts while her counterpart in St Albert, Camryn Drever, leads the way with 8 wins on the season.

Midget AAA Leaderboard >

Outside of AFHL Play, Calgary Fire, Lloydminster Steelers and Rocky Mountain Raiders traveled to Saskatchewan to compete in the Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament. All three teams has a strong showing and competed hard throughout the weekend.


Midget Elite

Our Midget Elite teams had a hard fought first half of the season as the competitiveness of this division increases. The Midget Elite standings at the end of December are:

North Division:
1) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (36 pts)
2) Sherwood Park Fury (31 pts)
3) St. Albert Sharks (19 pts)
4) Edmonton Pandas (16 pts)
5) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (10 pts)
6) North Central Impact (7 pts)

South Division:
1) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (36 pts)
2) Calgary Fire White (35 pts)
3) Calgary Fire Red (27 pts)
4) Airdrie Lightning (27 pts)
5) Rocky Mountain Raiders (17 pts)
6) Lethbridge Cyclones (9 pts)

Calgary Fire White’s Danika Stang has taken over the league lead in points with 19, while Red Deer’s Danica Polson holds the lead in goals (14), and St. Albert’s Payden Bialowas leads the way in assists (10).

Jayda Thompson of Red Deer continues to lead all Midget Elite goaltenders with a .860 goals against average, a 960 save percentage, along with six wins on the season. Peace Country’s Paige Jassman leads the way in wins and shutouts, with 12 and six, respectively.

Midget Elite Leaderboard >

Rosters for the inaugural AFHL Midget Elite All-Star Game were announced on December 20. Rosters >


Bantam Elite

Things remain tight in the hunt for the Bantam Elite regular season title! Four points separate third from first in the North, whereas down south, Calgary White and the Olds Grizzlys are battling it out for top position. The Bantam Elite standings heading into January are:

North Division:

1) St. Albert Raiders (34 pts)
2) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (31 pts)
3) Sherwood Park Royals (30 pts)
4) North Central Impact (19 pts)
5) Edmonton Pandas (18 pts)
6) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (5 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (29 pts)
2) Olds Grizzlys (28 pts)
3) Lethbridge Cyclones (16 pts)
4) Calgary Fire Red (15 pts)
5) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (12 pts)
6) Rocky Mountain Raiders (12 pts)

There are three skaters currently on top of the leaderboard with 18 points each to close out 2016; North Central’s Chloe Reid, Lethbridge’s Isabelle Dyck, and Calgary Fire Red’s Emily Straw. Olds’ Sarah Wozniewicz has 13 goals to lead all Bantam skaters, while Lloydminster’s Madison MacDuff leads the way with 12 assists.

St. Albert’s Holly Borrett and Olds’ Jocelynn Pearce both sit atop the league with a 0.960 save percentage, while Borrett’s counterpart in St. Albert, Elle Boyko, leads the way in wins with seven.

Bantam Elite Leaderboard >

Rosters for the inaugural AFHL Midget Elite All-Star Game were announced on December 20. Rosters >

Teams have earned a well-deserved winter break and league play will resume on January 7, after the holidays. January will be an exciting month as league play resumes as well the AFHL host its inaugural All Star Games and AFHL teams will help celebrate Alberta Hockey Day on January 21.

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2017 AFHL All-Star Rosters Announced

RED DEER – The Alberta Female Hockey League is pleased to announce the rosters for the inaugural Midget Elite and Bantam Elite AFHL All-Star games.

Midget Elite All-Star Rosters > | Bantam Elite All-Star Rosters >

Two forwards and one defence from each AFHL team were selected to their respective All-Star rosters by AFHL coaches, while goaltenders were selected based on their statistical ranking as of December 19. The coaches chosen to represent the North and South teams in each league are from the first and second place teams within each division.

Both All-Star games are set for January 14 – with Red Deer hosting the Midget Elite game, and Strathmore hosting the Bantam Elites. The Midget Elite All-Star game begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Penhold Regional Multiplex, and the Bantam Elite All-Star game gets underway at 1:45 at the Strathmore Family Centre.  

In addition to the All Star games, the host Associations will be offering development clinics for female athletes within their communities.

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The Midget Elite Calgary Fire White & Red teams pose for a photo following their battle at Wickfest.


AFHL November wrap-up

RED DEER – As  the Alberta Female Hockey League moves into December, the St. Albert Slash (Midget AAA), Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (Midget Elite), and Calgary Fire White (Bantam Elite) all lead their respective leagues after two months of play.


Midget AAA

After two months of play, the Midget AAA standings are:

1) St. Albert Slash (38 pts)
2) Rocky Mountain Raiders (29 pts)
3) Lloydminster PWM Steelers (23 pts)
4) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (16 pts)
5) Calgary Fire (13 pts)
6) Edmonton Pandas (10 pts)

Rocky Mountain Raiders second-year forward, Nicole Fry, leads all skaters in goals and points with 14 goals in 23 points. Madison Willan of the St. Albert Slash and Breanna Trotter of the Raiders finished the month as the assists leaders with 10 each.   

November was another strong month for goaltenders, as St. Albert’s Brianna Sank and and Lloydminster’s Bella McKee lead with the way with a .960 and .950 save percentages, respectively. Sank also leads the league with a .850 goals against average, seven wins and three shutouts heading into December.

Midget AAA Leaderboard >

Outside of AFHL Play, Calgary Fire captured a Gold Medal and the Joan Snyder Cup in the annual WickFest tournament in Calgary.


Midget Elite

The brand-new division of female hockey is shaping up to be a highly competitive division of Midget hockey as five points separate the top three teams in the North and seven points separate four southern teams. The Midget Elite standings to start December are:

North Division:
1) Peace Country PCFAC Storm (22 pts)
2) St. Albert Sharks (18 pts)
3) Sherwood Park Fury (17 pts)
4) Edmonton Pandas (11 pts)
5) North Central Impact (6 pts)
6) Lloydminster Elite Steelers (3 pts)

South Division:
1) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (23 pts)
2) Airdrie Lightning (18 pts)
3) Calgary Fire Red (17 pts)
4) Calgary Fire White (16 pts)
5) Rocky Mountain Raiders (9 pts)
6) Lethbridge Cyclones (8 pts)

St. Albert’s Payden Bialowas leads all skaters in points (13) and assists (9) in 11 games played, while Rocky Mountain Raiders forward Bryana Sharkey and Red Deer forward Danica Polson share the league lead in goals with eight each.

Goaltending was strong once again in November, with Jayda Thompson of Red Deer continues leading the way with a .500 goals against average, a .980 save percentage, and four wins on the season. 

Midget Elite Leaderboard >

Outside of AFHL Play, Calgary Midget Elite Fire White battled Midget Elite Fire Red in the final for the Elite Division at WickFest. Calgary Fire White came out on top and took home the gold while Fire White captured the silver!


Bantam Elite

Things are tight in the hunt for the Bantam Elite regular season title! Three points separate fifth from first in the North whereas down south, six points separates third from first.  The Bantam Elite standings heading into December are:

North Division:
1) Lloydminster Junior Steelers (19 pts)
2) Sherwood Park Royals (19 pts)
3) St. Albert Raiders (17 pts)
4) Edmonton Pandas (16 pts)
5) North Central Impact (16 pts)
6) Peace Country Bonnett’s Storm (4 pts)

South Division:
1) Calgary Fire White (20 pts)
2) Olds Grizzlys (17 pts)
3) Lethbridge Cyclones (14 pts)
4) Rocky Mountain Raiders 10 pts)
5) Calgary Fire Red (8 pts)
6) Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs (5 pts)

Second-year bantam, Chloe Reid leads all Bantam Elite skaters in goals, assists and points. Reid currently has 17 points (8G, 9A) and is tied with MacKenzie Stafford of Lloydminster for the lead in goals.

Jocelynn Pearce of Old sits atop the league with a .990 save percentage and .250 goals against, and  four wins leading into December. She is tied for most wins with fellow goaltenders Elle Boyko, Taryn Ofstie and Piper Slezak.

Bantam Elite Leaderboard >  

Outside of AFHL Play, Calgary Fire Bantam Red and Fire White won their respective divisions at the WickFest tournament.

Teams will be battling it out in December to earn valuable points in the standings before the league breaks for winter holidays after December 18, with play resuming on January 6.

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Announcing Alberta Hockey Day: Celebrating the female game

GRANDE PRAIRIE - Hockey Alberta is proud to host its inaugural Alberta Hockey Day on January 21, 2017, to celebrate and showcase female hockey across the province.

This day will combine a number of on and off-ice events catered to both new and existing participants, focusing on fun, skills and friendships.

Grande Prairie will be the host site of Alberta Hockey Day’s main event, with special guests scheduled to attend, including two-time Olympic gold medallist and former Team Alberta player and coach Carla MacLeod.

Edmonton, Calgary, Leduc, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Olds and Banff/Canmore will also host Alberta Hockey Day Events.

Event Details >

Hockey Alberta’s goal is to develop female players, coaches and officials who are currently in our program while introducing the sport to new participants. All sessions offered throughout the day will be at no cost to the participants, in an effort to connect our sport to a larger audience.

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