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2019 AFHL Spring ID Camp Information

Registration information is now available for Midget AAA and Midget Elite Spring Identification camps.


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North Yellow Wins the 2019 Alberta Challenge Cup

North Yellow defeated North Blue 5-2 to win the 2019 Alberta Challenge Cup.

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2019 Alberta Challenge kicks off in Leduc

Many of the AFHL’s top Bantam Elite players will converge on Leduc this weekend for several days of competition that will mark a significant milestone…

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AFHL players committed to Post-Secondary for 2019-20 season

The Alberta Female Hockey League is proud to present the list of players who will be suiting up for post-secondary teams this fall.

St. Albert Slash win third straight Esso Cup

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St. Albert Slash win third straight Esso Cup

A year after becoming the first team to repeat as Esso Cup champions, the St. Albert Slash have made history again, by becoming the first…

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St. Albert Slash look to win Esso Cup for third straight year

The journey for a three-peat is about to begin for the St. Albert Slash, as the 2019 Esso Cup gets underway on Sunday in Sudbury, ON.

St. Albert Slash aim for third straight Pacific title

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St. Albert Slash aim for third straight Pacific title

A third trip to the Esso Cup Championship is on the line for the St. Albert Slash as they kick off the Pacific Regional…


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Bantam Elite

The Bantam Elite division of the Alberta Female Hockey League is comprised of 12 teams divided into two divisions, North and South.

Teams comprising the North Division are the Lloydminster Junior Steelers, Edmonton Pandas, Grande Prairie Bonnett’s Storm, Sherwood Park Royals, St. Albert Raiders, and North Central Impact (Leduc).

Teams comprising the South Division are the Calgary Fire White, Calgary Fire Red, Red Deer Sutter Fund Chiefs, Olds Grizzlys, Rocky Mountain Raiders (Okotoks), and Lethbridge Cyclones.